Principal's Message

Welcome to Scott High School!  Jeremy Hamby Principal

Whether you are a current student, parent, prospective student, alumni, or community member, we are happy to have you here.

At Scott High School, we are committed to providing an encouraging and inclusive learning environment where every student can thrive academically and socially. Our dedicated faculty and staff are passionate about students reaching their fullest potential and becoming productive, responsible citizens.

As you explore our website, you will discover a wealth of information about our academic programs, extracurricular activities, student achievements, and upcoming events. We take great pride in offering diverse opportunities for students to explore their interests, develop their talents, and pursue their passions.

I encourage you to take full advantage of the resources available on our website and to stay connected with us through our various communication channels. Whether you have questions, feedback, or want to learn more about what makes Scott High School a special place, we are here to assist you every step of the way.

Thank you for visiting our website.

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Highlander Highlights

SHS A/V Production Class at WATE
SHS A/V Production Class Visits WATE Channel 6 Studio
Kate Fletcher's Audio/Visual Production class visited WATE TV6 studio in Knoxville on Monday. Students were able to see a live broadcast taking place in real time. News anchor Bo Williams guided students throughout the facility and even onto the set to meet and speak with the newscast, producers, and many other professionals while on the job. Students watched as anchor Tearsa Smith delivered a segment live and Victoria Cavaliere, Assistant Chief Meteorologist, showed students the different weather models and discussed how they predict the weather with the variations in information they receive.
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Praylee Burk with State Champion Award
Burk Named State Champion for Action Skills
Cosmetology student from Scott High School, Miss Praylee Burk recently was named "State Champion" for "Action Skills" at the SkillsUSA Career Technical Student Organization State Completions in Chattanooga, TN. The competitions in the SkillsUSA Championships are created and judged by industry to ensure that students are learning the real-world skills employers demand from entry-level professionals. These competitions represent some of the most highly skilled, in-demand skilled trade areas in the nation. Competition categories in Cosmetology included "Skilled and Technical" which is the category Miss Burk competed in. Participants in these competitions must meet the occupational training program eligibility requirements set forth in each competition description. In this category edibility is directly aligned to the occupational objectives of the competitor's program of study. The Action Skills, which Miss Burk was named "State Champion" in required a five-to seven- minute demonstration of an occupational skill in an area in which a student is training. Competitors use examples, experiments, displays, or practical operations to clearly explain their skill using competitor- prepared visual aids. Congratulations to Praylee Burk for being named State Champion in this category. Congratulations also go out to her teacher and CTSO sponsor, Ms. Kim Burke, Teacher Assistant Ms. April Davidson, and to Praylee's model, Miss Brooklyn Bolton.
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