Congratulations, Class of 2020!
To view the Class of 2020 Senior Recognition Video, please click here.
To view the Senior Awards Ceremony, please click here.
Science Hill Graduation Information
Please click here.
2020-2021 Transfer Form
Please complete all required information and submit to the office of your school of choice. The application window is from May 1- May 29. To download the form, please click here.
If you have a child who will be eligible for PreK for the 2020-21 school year, please go ahead and call your school’s home office and leave your name, address, phone number, along with your child’s name and child’s birthdate. If there is no answer, please leave a message. School staff will contact you at a later date.
Important information for registering your child for Kindergarten School Year 2020-21
Contact the school for which your child is zoned and make an appointment to register your child. If you are unable to reach someone at the school, please leave a message with your name, address, phone number, along with your child’s name and child’s birthdate.
- Your child must be five years of age on or before August 15, 2020.
- Bring the following documents: (Your child’s registration is not complete until ALL of the following requirements are met.)
- Proof of Age Affidavit (birth certificate or officially acceptable evidence of date of birth)
Please note: Copies of Birth Certificates may be obtained daily from the Washington County Health Department located at 219 Princeton Road. Please call 423-975-2200 for an appointment. TN residents only.
- Official Tennessee Certificate of Immunization
ALL immunization requirements are still in effect. The health department and local doctor’s offices should be providing immunizations according to state guidelines.
Immunization Record which includes the following:
- 5 DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus) *(4 if dose given after 4th birthday)
- 4 polio (4th dose must be after 4th birthday)
- 3 hepatitis B
- 2 hepatitis A
- 2 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
- 2 Varicella (chicken pox—immunization or proof of disease)
- Health examination, signed by health care provider and dated after 8-1-19
(Appointments for examinations should be made as soon as possible).
- Copy of child’s social security card
If a social security number is unavailable, the school will assign a Personal Identification Number or PIN.
- Proof of residency/address: (i.e.,lease, water or power bill)
New Tuition Students: Applications will be accepted via e-mail or US mail beginning May 1, 2020.
Applications for a new tuition student will be accepted for the following school:
- 9 - 12: Science Hill High School
To download a new tuition application, please click here.
After applications have been received, they will be reviewed and awarded on space availability.
Student(s) of Teachers employed by the Johnson City Schools System (New Students):
- Children will be allowed to attend the school where their parent teaches.
- If the parent teaches at Indian Trail, Liberty Bell, or Science Hill High School, the elementary student will attend North Side Elementary.
Existing Tuition Students:
Applications need to be submitted no later than May 29, 2020 by 4:00 p.m.
To download an existing tuition application, please click here.
Students entering 7th grade
The Tennessee Department of Health requires students entering the 7th grade to show proof of the Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis booster (“Tdap”). Parents must provide documentation of this immunization on an official Tennessee Certificate of Immunization. This documentation can be faxed directly to the Office of Health Services at 423-218-0544 or delivered to the office at Indian Trail Intermediate School by May 22. Please contact your primary care physician or the Johnson City/Washington County Health Department (423-975-2200) to schedule an appointment. Students will not be able to attend the first day of 7th grade without this documentation. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of School Nurses at 423-232-5380.
2018-2019 Annual Report
- Please click here to view the report.
Two middle schools concept plan
During their August 26 meeting, the Johnson City Board of Education approved the concept plan to pursue the transition to two 6-8 middle schools in Johnson City.