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Home School Student

Students who are home schooled, and wish to have an opportunity to try out for participation on athletic teams at MCHS, have that option per the TSSAA. In order to participate, the parents/guardians must make application to the Principal of MCHS prior to the first official practice date of the sport for which participation is requested. A listing of each sport offered at MCHS along with their first official practice date are found below.

Student/athletes who are home schooled, and wish to try out for participation in sports at MCHS for the 2022-2023 school year, must meet all eligibility requirements of the TSSAA. These requirements can be found in the Home School Rule Section of the TSSAA Handbook. This handbook can be found on the TSSAA’s web site, at www.tssaa.org

The following are the first official practice dates for each sport:

Cheerleading               Tryouts complete and team has been selected.

Golf                               July 11, 2022

Football                          July 25, 2022

Girls Soccer                   July 25, 2022

Volleyball                      July 25, 2022

 

Boys Basketball           October 31, 2022

Girls Basketball           October 31, 2022

Wrestling                     October 31, 2022

 

Baseball                       February 13, 2023

Softball                        February 13, 2023

Soccer                           February 13, 2023

 

Requesting participation on an athletic team does not guarantee placement on the team. All student/athletes must try out for a spot on the roster.

SCHOOL MISSION

The Mission of Marion County High School is to provide quality education in a supportive learning environment that will prepare all students for college and careers.

SCHOOL VISION

Marion County High School is dedicated to providing all students the opportunities to become responsible citizens. Students are supported and nurtured in the transition from eighth grade to high school. Students and parents will learn how student attendance relates to future success. By increasing graduation rates and creating a supportive learning environment, all students can achieve the maximum potential.

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Anonymous Alerts
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MCHS is introducing a new way to report safety and security issues anonymously. Reports can be submitted from a computer or from an app on you Smartphone.

Wed Nov 30 12:38 PM

Covid
Revised Re-entry Plan for January 2021

The COVID-19 Re-entry Plan has been updated and is available here.

Tue Dec 15 03:25 PM

Marion County Schools
Dr. Griffith's Facebook Live Address POSTPONED until MONDAY, AUGUST 3rd.

Dr. Griffith will be hosting a Facebook Live address Monday, August 3, 2020, at 9:00 am to answer questions that he has received regarding the Return to School. https://facebook.com/events/s/back-to-school-q-a/992554317847891/?ti=icl

Fri Jul 31 04:13 PM

Dr Griffith Address
Dr Griffith's Face Book Live broadcast.

Don't miss Dr. Griffith's FaceBook Live address concerning the school reentry plan for the 2020-2021 school year. The broadcast will be Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 12:00 pm.

Tue Jul 14 11:48 AM

Student Arrival / Dismissal Information

Morning Arrival: (7:00 – 8:00)

All students should be dropped off in front of the school at the flag pole. Students will enter the building and proceed to the Cafeteria. All students who drive should enter the building through the rear entrance to the Cafeteria. Students will remain in the Cafeteria until released at 7:45.

Students who are dropped off after 8:00 am will enter through the main door of the building. Students that drive who arrive after 8:00 am will enter through the rear hallway next to the Cafeteria. There will be an electronic lock with a camera door bell so that office personnel can “buzz” the students in. All students arriving after 8:00 am must report to the office to sign in.

 

Afternoon Dismissal: (2:55 and 3:05)

At 2:55 pm, all 1st bus riders, drivers, and athletes with workouts/practice will be released.

At 3:05 pm, 2nd bus riders, parent pick-up, and students who walk will be released.

Parents should pick their student up in the front of the school. There will be two lanes of traffic coming through by the bus stop awning. Please do not block the lane closest to the bus stop as this lane is for buses only. If the pick-up lane is full, we ask that you wait in the gravel parking lot beside the softball field.

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Tennessee BASS Nation
Fishing Team Interest Meeting Announced

The Whitwell Fishing Team will be holding registration in the WHS Auditorium at 6 pm on 8/3 for the Junior Team (7yrs to 8th grade) and 8/4 for the High School Team (8th to 12th grade). **Please note** 8th graders have the choice of fishing with the Jr team or the HS team but must pick which team. Once I send the roster to BASS you can't change teams. We will go over the requirements for the team and answer any questions. We will be social distancing during the meeting.

Mon Jul 20 08:47 PM

Marion County Schools
Marion County Schools Reentry Plan

In case you missed Dr. Griffith's address concerning the reentry plan, you can view it here.

Wed Jul 15 01:05 PM

Band
New Band Officers Named

The MCHS Pride of the Valley Band names officers for 2020-2021

Wed May 13 01:26 PM

BASS MASTERS
BASS MASTERS

Westin Moss and Josh Willis earned the right to fish in the 2020 Bassmaster High School Classic on Lay Lake in Alabama on March 7th. The pair finished in 8th place with two fish weighing in at 6 lbs 6 oz. Both MCHS students participate on our co-op fishing program with Whitwell High School.

Mon Mar 09 09:11 AM

Military
Military personnel admitted for free

Active Duty and Retired military personnel receive free admission to all sporting events at MCHS.

Tue Sep 03 02:10 PM

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