3:00 PM Track @ Ooltewah
5:00 PM SB @ Marion
5:30 PM BB vs Grundy
3:00 PM Track @ Sewanee
5:00 PM Soccer vs Bledsoe (Senior Night)
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.
FBLA students competed at this year's Tennessee State Leadership Conference. Earning a state championship in Agribusiness was Eli Hale. Alex Moore earned 3rd place in Public Speaking and Angelica Lance also earned a 3rd place finish in Electronic Career Portfolio. Sydney Bryant placed 5th in the new Political Science category. Paxton Albright competed in Personal Finance and Ethan Miller competed in Business Calculations.
FFA attended the State Leadership Conference and was recognized with the Superior Chapter Award. The Science Fair earned SCHS several more awards with Mikaela Schuman & Jaden Barger receiving 1st place in Environmental & Natural Resources, Autumn Sims earning 1st place in Social Sciences and the team of Anna Kate Tibbs & Sidney Springer earning 2nd place in Social Sciences. The team of Becerra, Johnson & Tibbs presented in Marketing Plan.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SCHS EARNS HONORS
NEW!!Tennessee Department of Education
On August 16, 2018, the Tennessee Department of Education announced that Sequatchie County Schools was one of only 11 out of 147 school districts in Tennessee to earn a Level 5 in each subject-area TVAAS composite (literacy, numeracy, science, and social studies). Level 5 means that our students showed the highest level of growth on state testing.
U.S. News & World Report
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.
Tennessee Department of Education
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.
ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS
Current athletic teams:
Bass Fishing team competing in officially sanctioned high school tournaments.
Academic related clubs and activities. Current club offerings:
Class related activities: