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Senior Survey to be completed by all 2018 Tennessee Scholars  graduates. 
       Deadline June 31, 2018       
                  2018 Tennessee Scholars Survey

Tennessee Scholars

Adds Value to a Diploma!! 

What is Tennessee Scholars?

It is a workforce development, rewards and incentives HONOR for students who graduate high school with the required courses and additional expectations of attendance, discipline, and volunteer service. It is open to all students who qualify.

What are the benefits?

Tennessee Scholars requirements are the minimum requirements one needs to prepare for college and career. The benefits are scholarships to many Universities, job preferential hiring, recognition at graduation, obtaining the distinction of being a scholar that will be on your permanent record for the rest of your life.  Participating Universities on the website.

How do you become a Tennessee Scholar?

  • Apply through your school counselor
  • Complete all of the requirements for Tennessee Scholars
  • Counselor verifies information and sends information to State

Tennessee Scholars Supports Tennessee Promise

Tennessee Scholars is the preparation.

Tennessee Promise is the funding for tuition


Tennessee Scholars


«  4 years of English

«  4 Years of Math (Bridge Math does not                      count as a 4th

«  3 Laboratory Sciences(Biology and Chemistry         are required as 2 of those sciences)

«  3 Years of Social Sudies

«  2 Years of Foreign Language

«  1 Year of Fine Arts

«  Personal Finance as required by the                      State of Tennessee

«  Physical Education as required by the                State of Tennessee

«  2 Additional classes of your choice

«  No class can count more than once.

      Workforce Development Requirements

«  No Out of School Suspension

«  Maintain 95% attendance for 4 years

«  Maintain a C or above average in all classes.

«  Complete 80 hours or more volunteer                service hours to help your community.          These hours must be done before school or            after school and cannot be counted as a grade          or for pay.

All documents can be downloaded at

For more information contact

Ruth Woodall, Ex Director Tennessee Scholars