Welton Coffey

Welton Coffey
Athletic Director
Please take a moment to read the guidelines from the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) regarding measures being taken by Camden County High School and schools across the state to ensure every precaution and prevention measure is taken as we reopen athletic conditioning on a limited basis at CCHS. 

Georgia High School Association Letter

Athletic Office Hours are Monday - Friday 
7 AM-4 PM
Phone Number: 912-729-7042

The Camden County Schools Athletic Offices are located in the Camden County High School Ninth Grade Center at 6300 Laurel Island Parkway. 

Reserve seat tickets for Varsity Football games are available at the Athletic Office. All other tickets may be purchased at the event. 

Please Note:

*Student-Athletes may pick up a Physicals form from Athletic Office and return the completed form back to the Athletic Office. 

*Please make sure that all signatures of consent, insurance information and physical examination areas are completed accurately. 

* No photography, video, or audio recording are permitted anywhere on these premises without the express permission of Camden County Athletics:

GHSA 2020-21 Constitution and Bylaws 


2.81 The host or home school has the right to determine whether or not its regular-season activities may be broadcast, televised, webcast, taped, filmed or photographed for any “commercial” or scouting purposes. 

(a) Either school involved in the event shall have the right to video tape the event and to copy said tape, but no third party shall have that right, not even the videographer. 

(b) A visiting school desiring to bring broadcasting personnel must obtain permission to do so from the host school prior to the date of the activity or contest. 

(c) The host school must execute a written contract with the broadcast entity that complies with the GHSA rules and regulations for broadcasting. 

2.82 The region has the right to determine whether or not region tournament (post regular-season) events may be broadcast, televised, webcast, tape recorded, filmed or photographed for any “commercial” purposes.

(a) The region should set and assess any fees charged for broadcasting or telecasting region tournament contests or events. 

(b) The region must execute a written contract with the broadcast entity that complies with the GHSA rules and regulations for broadcasting.

Thank you and Go Cats!

Coach Roland

SCA Bi-yearly meeting


Winter Sport tickets

Edwin Davis Memorial policy

CCHS Livestreaming
CCHS Streaming

D. Cooper
J. Riddle
CCHS Signing Day

CCHS Signing Day
Signing Day

Congrats to the our athletes who have signed to major universities:

De'Nigel Cooper (Football)- Appalachian State University

Ja' Marley Riddle (Football)- East Carolina University

Rickey Williams (Track)-
University of Tennessee

Jordan de Jesus (Rifle)- Ole Miss

Samuel Rossi (Tennis)- Tiffin University





All-Region Team


Athletic Department Mission Statement

Camden County Athletic Department is committed to providing student‐ athletes with quality instruction within the classroom and on the various playing surfaces. 

Camden County Athletic Department believes that education and athletics work hand‐in‐hand in the total development of the student‐ athlete.

Camden County Athletic Department’s desire is that all sports will promote fair play, sportsmanship, respect, integrity, good work ethic and teamwork. 


One of the main priorities of the athletic department is to support the academic progress of our athletes. We must have a system in place to support student in season and out of season. We need to create a unified approach among all sports to academically monitor student athletes for academic progress and to set minimum standards within the athletic department so all student athletes will be treated the same from sport to sport. 


 ‐ To create a minimum academic standard among all student athletes.
 ‐ To improve academic performance among student athletes.
 ‐ To emphasize the importance of student 1st and athlete 2nd.
 ‐ To set standards in line with NCAA new 2.3 rule so student athletes are better prepared for college.
 ‐ To provide a cohesive approach to academic monitoring.