Sequatchie County High School

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    Sequatchie County High School 

       Sequatchie County High School
      SCHS...developing educated, responsible citizens.
     

    Principal: Regina Belknap

    Assistant Principal: Alyssia Harper

     (423) 949-2154

         

    Parents: Message from Coordinated School Health Posted October 4, 2019

    Dear Families,

    We have been notified that the Health Department has not received the flu vaccine, therefore we cannot schedule the flu shot clinic at school at this time.  Please consider using Fall Break as an opportunity to get your child a flu vaccine at his/her physician, local pharmacy, or other clinics. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you. For more information, contact the Sequatchie County Department at 423-949-3619.
     
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    Active Duty Military

    SCHS would like to express heartfelt gratitude to all of the brave young men and women who currently serve our great nation. Thank you for your commitment and your sacrifice.  

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    Class of 2018 
     
    Marines: Jacob Moore, James Brock & Genevieve Rhodes 
    Army: Seth Givens & Brent Gray 
    Navy: Jarrett Stewart 
     
     
    Signees Class of 2019
     
    Army: Dameion McDaniel 
    Navy: Damein Riches
    Marines:  Skylar Bugg, Haydon King, Solomon Ledford & Trevor Ritchie
    Marine Reserves:  Skylar Mohler & Eric Mullins
     
    If a name was ommitted from the list or military service status has changed, please inform SCHS. 
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     

     

  • Early Post-Secondary Opportunities: Prepare for College & the Workforce

    EPSO EVAN

    Automotive Students Earn ASE Certification (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence)

    Fall 2019

    Adavanced Computer Applications Students Earn MOS certification (Microsoft Office Specialist) PowerPoint

    Fall 2019

    CTSO Students Represent Tennessee at National Competitions

    Eli Hale and Hope Boynton represented Tennessee at national competition this summer. Eli Hale, 2019 graduate and Tennessee FBLA Agribusiness Champion, attended the Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference June 29 - July 3 in San Antonio, Texas.  Hope Boynton, upcoming sophomore, was one of 17 students who qualfied to compete in the Digital Stories for Change, Junior Division at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America National Leadership Conference June 30 - July 4 in Anaheim, California.  Her video focused on cyberbullying and is titled "It Only Takes One Word."  Besides competition, both students were able to attend workshops,  sight see, hear national speakers and network with students from across the country. 

      Hope Eli Hale

     

        


     

      

  • ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS
    Current athletic teams:

    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Bowling
    • Cheerleaders
    • Cross Country
    • Football
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Track
    • Volleyball
    • Wrestling

    Bass Fishing team competing in officially sanctioned high school tournaments.

    Academic related clubs and activities.  Current club offerings:

    • Beta Club
    • Broadcasting Club
    • Chess Club
    • Dance Team
    • D&D Club
    • Debate Club
    • FBLA
    • FCA
    • FCCLA
    • FFA
    • History Club
    • HOSA 
    • Knitting Club
    • Pep Club
    • Photography Club
    • SkillsUSA
    • Writer's Circle 
    • Youth Leadership

    Class related activities:

    • Band
    • Color Guard
    • Choir 
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