You're invited to the Spring Choir Concert on Thursday, April 21st, 2022 at 7:00pm in MCHS Auditorium. "Still I Rise" is the title of the 2022 Spring Concert that features all music composed or arranged by black composers. Join us as we celebrate these composers by singing classical, gospel, spiritual, and pop arrangements. Students will be providing background stories for each composer. This is a night that you do not want to miss!
Congratulations to our March Elks Teens of the Month Alice-Grace Beavers and Micah Underdown!
MCHS Golden Girls Dance Team Tryouts are next week! Scan the QR code to register by 8:00pm on April 10th. Any questions, please email email@example.com.
The McMinn County High School marching band is holding Color Guard auditions after school from April 18 to 22, in the MCHS Band Room. The Color Guard performs flag routines with the marching band at halftime of MCHS football games, parades, and marching contests. For more information, please contact Matt McHenry, MCHS Band Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Current students can pick up a tryout packet from Mr. McHenry or Mrs. Ratti.
Congratulations to Alice-Grace Beavers on being named a University of Tennessee Knoxville Haslam Scholar! She is the first ever Haslam Scholar from McMinn County High School. The Haslam Scholars program at UTK is a very competitive national scholarship program. The 15 national scholars are granted a full ride scholarship provided by the Haslam Family. She will get the opportunity to study abroad, a paid internship and be a part of a special leadership program only offered to the Haslam Scholars.
Congratulations to our Senior Superlative Winners!
Cayden Holland was selected as a District Attendance Incentive Winner for exemplary attendance and won a $100 Amazon Gift Card. He is pictured with MCHS Principal Mr. Young.
Our AP Human Geography students visited Sweetwater Valley Farm to tour their robotic milking process. After we visited Tennessee Wesleyan University for their International Day Celebration.
MCHS Families, Grade Card Distribution has been changed to Wednesday, March 30th, 2022. They will not receive them on Friday as originally stated. We apologize for the delay.
Prom Shop is open this Saturday!
Vidhi Patel, Taylor Queen, Love Patel, and Mason Headrick represented MCHS at the Chattanooga Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Wednesday, March 16th. These students brought home the following awards: 2nd Place in Behavioral and Social Sciences—Vidhi Patel 1st Place in Environmental Engineering—Taylor Queen American Psychological Association Award for Achievement in Research in Psychological Science—Vidhi Patel Ricoh Sustainable Development Award—Taylor Queen Yale Science and Engineering Association Award for Most Outstanding Exhibit in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics—Love Patel and Mason Headrick Senior Division Regeneron ISEF Grand Prize (advancing to compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair)—Love Patel and Mason Headrick
Congratulations to our February Elks Teens of the Month Haley Harrold and Nick Earps!
Capstar continues it's partnership with McMinn County High School to promote excellence in academics and athletics. Pictured are Joe Young, Principal, Hunter Starr, Capstar Financial Center Manager-Decatur Pike, Heather Hansen, Capstar Customer Care Specialist II, Bo Cagle, MCHS Athletic Director and Head Football Coach and Amy Goodin, Capstar EVP Chief Risk Officer. Second picture: Amy Goodin, Sam Goodin, Jaryd Gable, Danyul Belton (MCHS Student Athletes), Heather Hansen and Hunter Starr. Photo by Chris Adams
Boys and Girls District 5-AAAA Tournament schedule released. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. Parking is a $3 donation. Concessions will also be available. We look forward to seeing you all support your teams!
Students in AP Human Geography are wrapping up Unit Four: Political Patterns and Processes this week. Students have been learning and working through assignments that help them understand more about the function of political boundaries, political processes, and political geography. Students used Play-Doh to create different boundary types and country shapes. They then explained the different centripetal and centrifugal forces that might result from each. Students used M&M's to create voting districts while learning about gerrymandering and redistricting. These students are working hard to be prepared for the AP Exam in May!
Thank you to our MCHS School Counseling Team for all they do!
Congratulations to the STEAM Fair Winners! Winners who will be advancing to the regional Science and Engineering Fair are: Continuation Project: Alice Grace Beavers 2nd place in 9th/10th grade: Callie Peels and Madison Herd 1st place in 9th/10th grade: Vidhi Patel 3rd place in 11th/12th grade: Brettany Lee and Diondre’ Green 2nd place in 11th/12th grade and overall Reserve Champion: Taylor Queen 1st place in 11th/12th grade and overall Grand Champion: Love Patel and Mason Headrick
Shout out to all of our students who represented the Cherokees so well at the county level STEAM Fair competition. 1. Love Patel & Mason Headrick -Carbon Capturing 2. Christian Jackson-Pavlov's Dog... Or Cat? 3. Callie Peels and Madison Herd-Fireproof Homes 4. Taylor Queen-Saving Our Oceans from Their Silent Killer 5. Brettany Lee and Diondré Green -Dr. Fox Effect 6. Alice Grace Beavers-SKIN Magic 7. Braden Mayfield -Soundproofing with Recyclable Materials 8. Anthony Carroccio-The Great Fan Experience 9. Vidhi Patel-How Well Do I Retain? 10. Roberto Fiallos and Josh Rouse-Gloe Germ Experiment 11. Spencer Sullins-SAVE LIVES: Will Colored Lenses Increase Visual Acuity Among Older Motorists Driving at Night? We appreciate their hard work and the excellent coaching and support from their teachers!
Congratulations to Mr. Foley on being awarded the Special Education Teacher of the year by the McMinn County Chapter of Pilot Club International.
Congratulations to our January Elks Teens of the Month Taylor Queen and Joshua Baez!