Greeneville High School

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Greeneville High School
Address
210 Tusculum Boulevard
Greeneville, Tennessee
United States
Coordinates 36°09′55″N 82°49′30″W / 36.16528°N 82.82500°W / 36.16528; -82.82500Coordinates: 36°09′55″N 82°49′30″W / 36.16528°N 82.82500°W / 36.16528; -82.82500
Information
Type Public high school
Principal Patrick Fraley
Grades 9-12
Enrollment Approximately 850
Campus city
Mascot Greene Devils

Greeneville High School (GHS) is a high school in Greeneville, Tennessee, a town most known as the place in which President Andrew Johnson began his political career as the city mayor.[1] It is part of the Town of Greeneville City School System. In 2008, it was named as a Blue Ribbon School, the only high school in Tennessee to receive such honor that year.[2]

Programs of Study[edit]

GHS offers various academic programs to its students including Advanced Placement(AP) courses.[3] Students taking AP courses may be eligible for college-level credit hours upon receiving a satisfactory score (specific to the college institution) on the Advanced Placement exams.

Students also have the opportunity to earn college-level course credit through GHS' partnership with Walter's State Community College dual enrollment courses or the GEAP program which allows students to graduate high school with both a high school diploma as well as their Associate Degree.[4]

Feeder Schools[edit]

  • Eastview Elementary (grades PreK–5)
  • Hal Henard Elementary (grades PreK–5)
  • Highland Year-round Elementary (grades K-5)
  • Tusculum View Elementary (grades PreK–5)
  • Greeneville Middle (grades 6–8)

Extra-Curricular Offerings[edit]

Athletics[edit]

GHS offers many sports teams including: baseball, basketball, football, bowling, cheerleading, cross country, dance team, golf, soccer, softball, swim, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling.[5] The GHS football team won the Tennessee state football championships (Division 4A) in 2010 and 2011. Greeneville also won the women's soccer state championship in 2015 and 2016. [6]

Chorus[edit]

Clubs[edit]

JROTC[edit]

Yearbook[edit]

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