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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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The Hilltopper swimmer and divers defeated Volunteer High School last night at Freedom Hall Pool.
The boys won, 145-31 and the Lady Toppers prevailed, 139-27.
Taking top spots for Science Hill were: Haley Altman, Kayleigh Berg, Morgan Misenar, Lexi Gay, Molly Bowman, Lily Hamilton, Luke Barnes, Jayden Anderson, Dustin Niebauer, Jacob Clemons, Landon Potter, and Nick Van Eaton.
Next up is the heated rivalry meet against Dobyns-Bennett on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.


Due to illness there will be no mock trial meeting today.
The mock trial team will meet on Monday and Tuesday Nov. 19th and 20th at 3 pm both dates.


All track wreath sales are due today. All orders and money need to be turned into Coach Jones or Coach Brewer today.


On Monday SGA will be collecting the items for the Thanksgiving food drive.
Teachers please remind your first period of your designated item, and students please bring them in!
Let’s make this a success again and help out families in our community!


Science Hill High’s maroon Scholars Bowl Team shined yesterday at the Northeast Tennessee PBS Scholars Bowl competition.
They competed against 64 other high school teams from across Tennessee and Kentucky.
Members of pour Marron team who competed yesterday include Senior Captain Shivam Amin, Sias Wang, Jimmy Liu, Sunny Wheeler, Jakob Cielo.
Our Gold Scholars bowl team also did extremely well yesterday.
They include Kyler Sood, Charlotte Borsos, Rose O’Leary, Tao Tran, Daniel Feng and Soo-Hyen Park.
Our teams compete again on Monday. We want to wish them the best of luck as they go for a Scholars Bowl win.
All episodes of their matches will air next March and April on PBS.


Construction SkillsUSA Meeting will meet immediately following school on Friday.
We will be electing new officers, discussing the local Battle of the Build, and requirements for attending the state competitions in Chattanooga in the spring.
All students that have had or are scheduled to have any construction classes this school year are invited and encouraged to attend.


The American Legion Oratory Contest will be on January 19th, 2019.
Scholarships of up to $18,000 will be awarded for national winners.
This contest is open to 9th-12th graders.
See your counselor for details.


Hey Toppers!
The Hillside Café is excited to announce that the new Thanksgiving drink is here!
It’s a delicious pumpkin spice and caramel mixture; available iced, hot, or frozen!
Be sure to try it while it’s here! Can’t wait to see you there!


The library will be closed this week for EOC practice tests and Geometry testing. Book checkout and renewals must be done before first period each day or by contacting Mr. Hoilman for any other time during the day.


The SHHS Random Acts of Kindness Club is ready to start the Christmas kickoff of ELVES, Inc.
We have 30 children from the Johnson City School system for adoption.
We are requesting classes and organizations to adopt and to shop for these children, who range from 2—9 years of age.
We are looking for clothing, coats, shoes, and other essentials as well as wish items within reason.
If you would like to sponsor a child or children, please see Mr. Hoilman. Tags may be picked up in the SH Library.
For future planning: Community service opportunities for ELVES, Inc. giftwrapping will occur in the library, Monday, Dec. 3—Wed., Dec. 5, from 3—5:30 p.m.
If possible, we ask that you please bring a roll of wrapping paper and some clear tape. We will supply scissors.
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The clothes closet has lots of jackets, hoodies, and shoes. If you need clothing for the upcoming cooler weather, see your counselor or Mrs. Mottern in the CTE building.


 

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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