Curriculum and Accountability » Curriculum



School curriculum is based on the TN Department of Education State Curriculum Standards. TNReady Blueprints have been provided by the TN Dept. of Education in order to align instruction with assessment. The scope and sequence documents (curriculum maps) have been developed by Collierville Schools to guide teachers when developing instructional lessons.


Click HERE to preview adopted textbooks/curriculum used by Collierville Schools. To issue a complaint regarding prohibited concepts in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 49-6-1019(a), please complete this form and submit to the Curriculum and Accountability office at [email protected]


To submit a reconsideration of a work, please complete this form and submit to Chief Academic Officer, Leigh Anne Rainey, at [email protected] 

Click HERE to preview summer work for courses offered at Collierville High School. 






For information about STEM or the STEM Scholars program, please click here .
Family Life, Healthy Living
The Family Life, Healthy Living Curriculum is aimed at reaching life-long personal health and wellness skills such as building healthy interpersonal relationships, personal safety, goal-setting and decision-making and communicable disease prevention. The 2016-2017 school year will use a week-long curriculum that will cover all TN State Standards. The curriculum outlines are below.
The link to more information is here:
The link to view the HIV/AIDS video shown ONLY to 6th Grade Students can be found here:



Collierville High School offers:

  • Hands on experience for those students seeking real world employment opportunities with various community partners 
  • Assistance to those students working towards utilizing the Tennessee Promise program
  • The option to take Dual Enrollment Classes in Science, Math, English, and Social Studies in collaboration with the University of Memphis
For English summer work for rising 9th-12th graders, please click here.
Social Studies
Note: New Social Studies Standards will be implemented in the 2019-2020 school year. 
For Social Studies summer work, please click here.
Note: New Science Standards will be implemented in the 2018-2019 school year.
For Science summer work, please click here.
World Languages
For World Language summer work, please click here.
For Math summer work, please click here.