High School Juniors/Seniors
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- School Counseling
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Robertson County Schools partners with multiple colleges and institutions to provide high school students the opportunity to advance their education beyond high school to reach their goals more efficiently. These partnerships continue to grow with the amount and level that is offered.
Robertson County Schools and Austin Peay State University have partnered to offer junior and senior students the opportunity to be a part of a unique collaborative initiative. This initiative incorporates both online and face-to-face course offerings taught by Austin Peay instructors at the Highland Crest campus in Springfield. Students enrolled in the collaborative earn college level credit while satisfying Tennessee graduation requirements. Students are provided transportation to and from their respective schools, spending the first half of their day taking dual enrollment courses. Students return to their school for the remainder of the school day.
Robertson County Junior and Senior students have the opportunity to attend TCAT Nashville at the Portland, TN Campus and through Springfield High School. Students attend the Portland Campus from East Robertson and White House Heritage High Schools in the morning, then return to their school in time for second block. Greenbrier and Jo Byrns High School students can attend the TCAT at the Career Technical Center located at Springfield High School. TCAT offers multiple programs including: Advanced Manufacturing, Machine Technology, Building Construction Technology, Computer Information Technology, Administrative Office Technology, and Welding.
Robertson County High School Students have the opportunity to advance their education in high school with Volunteer State Community College(VSCC). VSCC offers multiple dual enrollment opportunities in Math, English, Speech and Psychology to help students achieve a head start on college. VSCC also offers Dual Credit with Career and Technical Education in Criminal Justice and Health Science.
The University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) allows Robertson County students to take online college courses in Agriculture. Junior and Seniors with a focus in Animal Science in high school can earn college credit hours in three different courses through UTM. Additionally UTM offers Agriculture Economic Courses to satisfy the Economics course elective at UTM.
It’s never too early to start planning for postsecondary. The Federal Student Aid Checklist is a valuable tool to share with parents and students, even in elementary grades, to promote and plan for entering post-secondary after high school graduation. You can even create your own checklist to specifically target your student population.
If you have questions about postsecondary access and success, please email Early.Postsecondary@tn.gov.
Robertson County students who entered high school in the 2009-10 school year are required earn 26 credits to obtain a regular high school diploma. The number of required credit has changed as a result of the Tennessee Diploma Project.
|4 credits-English I, II, III, and IV are all required
|4 credits: Must have Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and a fourth math course; students must earn a math credit each of their four years.
|3 credits: Must have Biology, Chemistry OR Physics, and a third lab science.
|3 credits: U. S. History, Economics and US Government required plus one additional history course. Beginning in the 16-17 school year, students must have U.S. History and Geography, World History and Geography, and U.S. Government and Civics.
|2 credits (must be the same language)
|1 credit (music, art, drama, choir, etc.)
| Student must earn three credits within an approved Program of Study or Elective Focus
minimum of 4 additional electives
Contact your school's counselor for available options for the fourth year math course and approved Programs of Study.
NOTE: Beginning with incoming Freshmen, 2014, the requirements for Social Studies have changed. Students must have the following required courses: World History & Geography; United States History & Geography; Economics (1/2 credit); and U.S. Government and Civics (1/2 credit).