Although the school year has just started, Seymour High School is off to an honorable start.
Recognized for its growth and educational achievement, SHS was named a Reward School by the Tennessee Department of Education.
The status is based on the percentage of students that have proficient or advanced performance and have secured the top five percent of schools based on student achievement growth progress.
“Our students have been tested and the state predicts what grades they will get,” SHS Principal Kristy Wallen said. “Our students’ scores were much higher than what the state predicted.”... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.