Signal Mountain Middle High School

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Signal Mountain Middle High School located in Signal Mountain, Tennessee, was opened in 2008.[1] More than 1350 students are currently enrolled. The School currently has the same dress code for middle school and high school.

SMMHS's colors are red and black. The principal is Ms. Robin Copp. Their mascot is an eagle. As of August 2010, the student population is 97% Caucasian, 2% African American, and 1% Other. The Signal Mountain football team won the District 2A state championship in 2010. The Signal Mountain girl's golf team won state championship in 2009, 2010 and 2011, 2012 and 2013. The Signal Mountain volleyball team also won state in 2010.

SMMHS became an International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme school as of 2010[2] and added the IB Diploma Programme in 2011.[3]

Signal Mountain has participated in academic competitions, including Youth in Government, Model United Nations, and in mock trial.

The marching band, Signal Corps Marching Band, has placed in all the competitions in which it has participated.

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