Seniors: Class of 2020 Resources
- · Under Construction: I am currently updating the MCHS.sumnerschools.org website
- · 1st Assignment: Resume and Brag Sheet due August 22nd via email.
- · ACT Re-take for seniors on Oct.15
- · College App Week- Sept 9-13
- · Mandatory TN Promise Meeting on Sept. 30th @ 3pm
- · College Night on Sept. 12 at VSCC
- · Transcript forms
Important Fall Dates for Seniors
- · ACT Senior Retake: Tuesday, October 15 at MCMS at 8am (Free for all Seniors, does not include Writing)
- · Seniors will have announced Senior Meetings with Mrs. Dorris on Fridays.
- · College App Week is September 9-13th! (Goal is for 100% of Class of 2019) will apply to college this week)
- · TN Promise
o We will complete during a senior meeting at the computer lab, TBA
- · Volunteer State College Fair at Vol-State on September 12th at 6:00pm (Parents are welcome with over 75 colleges represented)
Current Scholarships: As scholarships roll in, I will update and add dates, contacts, and current links.
TN Scholars: Applications due to Mrs. Dorris by March 1, 2020. Must have 80 hours of community service, no OSS during High School, and have 95% school attendance. (All requirements on website with AP/DE/CTE requirements listed.
Transcript Request Form: Must have parent signature if under 18. Complete and put in Transcript Binder in Middle College Office. Address labels are provided for certain colleges, if not, you are responsible for finding address or website information.
TNPromise: Mandatory TN Promise Meeting on Sept. 30th @ 3pm for SCMCHS only.
College Visit Request Form for Fridays: Students can visit colleges only on Fridays with prior approval with principal, counselor, and parent/guardian approval.
Check back in October 2019 for the 2020-2021 Middle College Program application packet.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Middle College Office at (615) 230-3470.
Sumner County Middle College High School (MCHS) at Volunteer State Community College (VSCC) is a collaboration between Sumner County Schools and Volunteer State Community College. MCHS is designed to give motivated students like you the opportunity to receive a high school diploma while earning credits toward a college degree or exploring vocational and career options. MCHS is designed so you can earn enough college credits to graduate with both a high school diploma and a VSCC associate degree if you start the program as a junior. In the more independent learning environment of the VSCC campus you will take ownership of your own learning, and you must be mature enough to function in the college environment while managing the freedoms and stress of college. This is the right place for you if reaching your full potential can better be reached in a “non-traditional” school setting with flexible scheduling.
As a MCHS student at VSCC, you may choose from a wide variety of courses. This variety will help you in career exploration and might not be available at a traditional high school. In addition, you will be able to focus on degree choices in the liberal arts, technology, health, business and more. As a MCHS student at VSCC student, you will be invited to participate in some of the available college clubs and activities.
Being part of the MCHS program at VSCC will give you a head start on college and a competitive edge without the cost of tuition.
Who is Eligible?
If you attend a Sumner County public school and have a sufficient score on the ACT and at least 10 high school credits, then you may be eligible for Sumner County Middle College High School at Volunteer State Community College. Other factors including attendance, discipline and grades may be considered in the decision on whether a student is admitted to the Middle College High School. For more detailed information look at the links at the left of the page.
The mission of SCMCHS is to provide an opportunity for juniors and seniors to complete college courses on the campus of Vol State while pursuing their high school diploma.
SCMCHS students will complete all requirements for high school graduation while pursuing an Associate's degree or a minimum of 24 transferable college credits. Graduating seniors can continue their education at VSCC, apply to a four-year college, or enter the workforce prepared to be a productive citizen.
Sumner County Schools Mission and Vision