Our Schools

South Gibson County Elementary School

100 Mount Zion Road  |  Medina, TN 38355  |  (731)783-3660  |  www.gcssd.org

Principal: Mr. Billy Carey

The South Gibson County Elementary School serves over 500 children in pre-school through third grade.

A caring and dedicated faculty and staff work to provide an educational environment preparing children to be independent learners and responsible, productive citizens. Parental involvement is an important part of South Gibson County Elementary School.  Our Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is very active and participates in various activities such as fundraisers, Fall Fest, and field days. We also have many parent and community volunteers who are actively involved throughout the year.

School hours are from 7:50 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.  Bus services are provided and a before and after school program is available if needed.

Please see www.gcssd.org for arrival and dismissal maps.


South Gibson County Middle School

1300 Middle School Road  |  Medina, TN 38355  |  (731)783-1962  |  www.gcssd.org/mms

Principal: Dr. Lane Collins

South Gibson County Middle School opened in the fall of 2000 with 243 students. Since then Medina has experienced tremendous growth. The school currently hosts grades 4-8 and with a student population quickly approaching 900!

Our Mission

The mission of South Gibson County Middle School is to provide a quality education in a safe, caring environment so that all students can become well-rounded productive citizens.


South Gibson County High School

1000 Hornet Dr.  |  Medina, TN 38355  |  731.783.0999  |  gcssd.org/sgchs.cfm

Principal: Phil Rogers

South Gibson County High School is a comprehensive high school that opened its doors in August of 2009 to a freshman and sophomore class and an initial enrollment of approximately 250 students.

SGC provides a challenging and comprehensive curriculum that is aligned with the new and rigorous Tennessee standards.  Innovative, engaging and research-based instructional strategies are utilitized in the classrooms in order to maximize student learning and to meet the unique and individual academic, social and emotional needs of all students within a 90-minute block.  As teachers at SGC believe that grading must reflect student learning, a significant emphasis has been placed on academic student support.

South Gibson County High School invites you to come visit us and see for yourself the great things that happen in our school every day.  Check our website often and watch for updates as we continue to explore ways to make “SGC…the best place to be!”