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Todd Barnett, Principal

School Hours:
Regular Day 7:40 AM to 2:45 PM
Half Day 7:40 AM to 11:00 AM

Office Hours:
7:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Mission Statement

The mission of Science Hill High School is to develop lifelong learners and equip them with the skills necessary to be successful in an ever-changing global environment.

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Please congratulate the Hilltopper Band for receiving the Grand Champion awards at the Music in the Castle at Tenn High and the Spartan Southern Classic at South Caldwell High School in Hickory, North Carolina. At both contests the band won caption awards in music, visual effect, marching and percussion while placing first in the large class of each contest while earning the Grand Champion award for the highest score for the competition regardless of class size. The band will host the Hilltopper Invitational this Saturday and will finish their competitive season on Oct. 27th at the Tennessee State Band Championships at Middle Tennessee State University. Way to go Hilltopper Band!


The Science Hill High School Showstoppers competed in Roadrunner Invitational at Austin East High School over fall break and placed 2nd in the team sweepstakes competition, competing against 13 high schools from across the state. 18 Showstopping performances advanced to finals with 3 tournament champions! Individual winners were:
Brady Potter………………………………1st place in Humorous Interpretation
Brady Potter………………………………1st place in Impromptu Speaking
Gavin Mann and Evan Schmid……………1st place in Improvisational Duet
Ansley Wilson……………………………2nd place in Novice Reading
Evan Magness……………………………2nd place in After-Dinner Speaking
Aurora Chapman and Morgan Ratliff……3rd place in Duet Acting
Gavin Mann………………………………3rd place in Dramatic Interpretation
Charlotte Borsos…………………………3rd place in Prose Interpretation
Christine Liang and Preston Lloyd………3rd place in Public Forum Debate
Charlotte Borsos and Gavin Mann………3rd place in Duo Interpretation
Charlotte Borsos…………………………4th place in Humorous Interpretation
Aurora Chapman…………………………4th place in Solo Acting
Ansley Wilson……………………………5th place in After-Dinner Speaking
Connor Hall……………………………5th place in Extemporaneous Speaking
Sophie Carter and Taryn Estes……………5th place in Public Forum Debate
Parker Dugger……………………………6th place in Prose Interpretation
Morgan Ratliff……………………………6th place in Program Oral Interpretation
Morgan Ratliff……………………………6th place in Novice Reading
Congratulations to the entire team for another great tournament result!!


DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND, AUDITIONS FOR THIS YEAR'S FALL FEST HAVE BEEN MOVED TO NEXT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 3:00 UNTIL LAST PERSON. THE AUDITION SIGN-UP SHEET IS ON THE CHOIR ROOM DOOR (713). COME SHARE YOUR TALENT WITH US!


Attention Seniors: The ACT Retake will be tomorrow in the New Gym. Report to the gym immediately in the morning. Also, be sure to bring #2 pencils and a calculator.


ASL Club will not be meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, but will sign back on next week. Thanks!


Please volunteer to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project by contacting Starr Beverly at Halloween Express. The Haunted Woods on Highway 75 is looking for zombies and other scarey folks to help with the fundraiser! Go by Halloween Express and sign up!


Fairmont Elementary School is seeking volunteers for the upcoming Fall Festival on Friday, October 19th from 4:30-8:30pm. Volunteers are needed to work different game/inflatable stations. Up to 4 hours can be earned for community service. Please contact Lindsey Belanger at 423-946-8869 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Credit Recovery will be available Mon., Tues., and Thurs. this week from 2:45-4:00 in the new Credit Recovery Room, RM A238.


Members of the Interact and Science Hill Community Outreach Clubs please make plans to attend a meeting on Tuesday, 10/16/18 immediately after school in Mrs. Darden's room---room 415. We will be preparing boxes for the upcoming warm clothing drive. All members are needed to help with this project and new members are welcome.


Future Business Leaders of America will meet Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 3:00 in Room 915 at the CCTE building. This is the last chance to join for the 2018-2019 school year. There are two exciting fundraisers to discuss so don’t miss out!


Attention all Science Hill students! Are you interested in becoming part of the Green Team here at Science Hill? The Green Team is a club of students who are going to promote recycling here at the hill. We are having our first meeting October 17th in Mr. Dockery’s room, that’s room #909 in the CTE building. Come join us for an opportunity to better our school!


 

2018-2019 Traffic Plan

Because of the removal of the pedestrian bridge across John Exum Parkway at Science Hill High School, several modifications are being made to address additional on-campus traffic during parent drop-off and pick-up times. Please click here to view the information and maps.

 

Enrollment

 A list of required documents can be found here.

 

Bell Schedule

Regular Bell Schedule

  • Period 1 - 7:40 to 9:14
  • Break - 9:14 to 9:26
  • Period 2 - 9:26 to 11:00
  • Period 3 - 11:08 to 1:05
  • Period 4 -  1:13 to 2:45

2 Hour Delay Schedule

  • Period 1 - 9:40 to 10:40
  • Period 2 - 10:48 to 11:47
  • Period 3 - 11:55 to 1:37
  • Period 4 - 1:45 to 2:45
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