Summer Sports Camps

Science Hill Summer Sports Camps

Boys Basketball

The Science Hill Boys basketball team will be hosting their annual camp from May 29 to June 2 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. The camp is for Kindergarteners through 8th-graders. The camp brochure can be found here - Science Hill Boys Basketball Camp.


The Science Hill Cheerleading will be held on June 4th and 5th from 5:30 pm to 8 pm inside the new gym. The brochure can be found here - Science Hill Cheerleading Camp.

Girls Basketball

The Science Hill Lady Toppers will be hosting their annual summer camp from June 18-21 from 9 am - noon. The camp is open to girls from the age of five to 14. The brochure can be found here - Science Hill Lady Toppers Camp.


The Science Hill Volleyball team will be hosting their volleyball skills camp for children from 3rd to 8th grade from July 23-July 25. The brochure can be found here - Science Hill Volleyball Camp.

Science Hill Graduation

Science Hill preparing for graduation on Saturday, May 26

Science Hill High School will host the graduation for the class of 2018 on Saturday, May 26 beginning at 10 a.m. inside the Mountain State Health Alliance Athletics Center (ETSU Mini Dome).

The graduation ceremony will be live streamed at

Graduation practice for the graduates will be on Friday, May 25 and will begin promptly at 1 p.m. inside the Mini Dome.


Future Business Leaders of America

Front Row L-R: Kate Southerland, Aysha Patel, Shan Shan Liang, Sean Raudat, Lillian Qin. Back Row L-R: Karen Aimua, Kerry Wang, Peyton Medley, Suhyeon Park

Science Hill Future Business Leaders of America find success at competition

Science Hill holds the distinction of chartering the very first Future Business Leaders of America Chapter when it started an experimental chapter in 1942. Over seven decades later, Science Hill students are keeping up with their forefathers as they eagerly keep pushing the FBLA to students at Science Hill. 


Johnson City Public Library offering plenty of educational options for summer

If you’re looking for some educational summer fun, there is plenty to do at the Johnson City Library. That was the message from Jennifer Johnson who serves as the school-age program coordinator for the Johnson City Public Library. She took time to describe the library’s programs to Indian Trail 5th-graders on Tuesday.

Representatives from the Johnson City Public Library will visit all of the district’s middle and elementary schools before summer starts, as they share with students their different free program. The goal is to allow students and their families to have educational opportunities, even in the summer.

Digital Learning Festival

Digital Learning Festival celebrates classroom tech tools

The end of school is near, but that wasn’t what students at South Side Elementary were celebrating on Thursday. Instead, the students were actively engaged and all smiles as they showed their schoolmates how they used technology in the classroom.

Each class toured the school to see how the different grade levels were using the different technology tools in their classroom. 


U.S. News & World Report names Science Hill one of best high schools in state, nation

Science Hill High School has been named as one of the top high schools in the nation, according to rankings released by the US News & World Report this week.

Science Hill was awarded a silver medal designation and they were ranked 24th in the state – an improvement from last year’s 28th ranking. Nationally Science Hill ranked as the 2,698 best high school in the nation out over 20,500 public high schools.