CCCHS is getting new football bleachers

One of the Cheatham County School District’s top priorities is to provide students, families, staff and the community with the safest schools possible.

We regularly conduct structural inspections of our high school football bleachers, and it has been determined that the Cheatham County Central High School football bleachers be replaced.

Both the Cheatham County School Board and Cheatham County Commission have approved the funding to proceed with this project.

Friday night football is important in the lives of our CCCHS students and community, and we want everyone to have the best game experience we can provide to create those lasting memories. However, we also want everyone to be as safe as possible while enjoying the games.

Due to the project timeline, there will be no home football games at CCCHS for the 2024 season. The current concrete bleachers, which are about 50 years old, were recently demolished to make way for new aluminum bleachers. The new bleachers will not be ready in time for the upcoming football season.

The CCCHS football team will play its five home games away this season. This means the Cubs will play at James Lawson on August 23, at Harpeth on August 30, at White House Heritage on September 13 and at Sycamore on October 11. The September 27 home game against Jo Byrns will be played at Sycamore as this will be the CCCHS Homecoming game.

We are excited about one aspect of this project as we will be installing bleachers on the visitor side of the football field, which will be a first at CCCHS.

Additional information will be shared as it becomes available.

We deeply apologize for the inconvenience this project will cause the CCCHS football team this season, but we are committed to having the safest football facility on the CCCHS campus.