Sequatchie County High School

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    Sequatchie County High School 

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

    Principal:  Tommy Layne
    Assistant Principal:  Regina Belknap 



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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.  

    Shannon Brock, U.S. Air Force

    Micayla Carrol, TN Army National Guard

    Trenton Cavanaugh, U.S. Army

    Terrance Clark, U.S. Army

    Garrett Daughtrey, U.S. Army

    Katlin Davis, TN Army National Guard

    Hunter Edgerton, U.S. Army

    Hayden Foster, U.S. Marine Corps

    Tristan Hall, U.S. Army

    Ricky Harvey, TN Army National Guard

    Seth Hobbs, U.S. Navy

    Daniel Marshall, U.S. Marine Corps

    Matthew McDowell, U.S. Army

    Jonathan McGovern, U.S. Marine Corps

    Austin C. McGowan, U.S. Air Force

    Ethan Rogers, U.S. Marine Corps 

    Dakota Silvers, U.S. Airforce

    Jacob Stewart, U.S. Army

    Logan Summers, U.S. Airforce

    Rebekah Swanger, U.S. Airforce

    Garrett Tholken, U.S. Airforce

    Jenifer Tholken, U.S. Navy

    Logan Wells, U.S. Marine Corps, Reserves 

    Nick Wilson, U.S. Army

    Joshua Young, U.S. Army

    If a name was ommitted from the list or military service status has changed, please inform SCHS. 





    Class of 2018 Top Ten

    Warren Sims Savannah Land Chandler Hendrick Zachary Davis Sidney Dennis Madison Adams Kelsey Hall Shelby Davis Hannah Barger Gage Tucker

    Top Row:  Warren Sims, Savannah Land, Chandler Hendrick, Zachary Davis, Sidney Dennis

    Bottom Row:  Madison Adams, Kelsey Hall, Shelby Davis, Hannah Barger, Gage Tucker




      In the Spotlight: SCHS Earns Honors

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    Sequatchie County High School was named a Reward School for the 2016-2017 school year.  This honor was bestowed on the top 5% of schools in Tennessee who showed the most progress in either performance or growth.  SCHS earned this recognition for student growth.

    U.S. News & World Report's 2018 Best High Schools rankings recognized Sequatchie County High School as a bronze medal school.  Data was collected on over 20,000 public high schools with only about 5,900 schools achieveing either a gold, silver or bronze medal.  The rankings are based on how well schools are preparing students for colleges and careers.