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Mount Juliet High School

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Mt. Juliet High School
Mtjuliet high school 2008.jpg
1875 Golden Bear Gateway
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee 37122
Coordinates 36°12′59″N 86°29′37″W / 36.21625°N 86.49354°W / 36.21625; -86.49354Coordinates: 36°12′59″N 86°29′37″W / 36.21625°N 86.49354°W / 36.21625; -86.49354
Type Public grades 9-12
Motto Bear Pride Mount Juliet High.
Established 1854
Enrollment 1,993 (2014-15)[1]
Mascot Golden Bear

Mount Juliet High School is located in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. The principal is Mel Brown. The high school moved from its previous building on Mt. Juliet Road to a new one located at 1800 Curd Road in Mt. Juliet on August 11, 2008.[2]

The school slogan is Bear Pride Mount Juliet High.


2009 baseball[edit]

Coaches: Mark Purvis, Barry Eddings.

The Bears finished runner up in the TSSAA state tournament. The Bears' road to the state tournament started by winning a fourth 9AAA district championship.

Wilson Central-Mt. Juliet rivalry[edit]

Wilson Central currently leads the series 4-5, but in 2009 Wilson Central (0-7) lost to Mt. Juliet (7-0), 2010 Mt. Juliet won 14-6 over Wilson Central.

On 11/9/2010 vandals defaced a rock "wall of honor" at Wilson Central High School. Displayed on the rock were the names of former Wilson Central Students who are or have served their country. The names are of former students, some of which have been injured and killed in action.[3]

1995 Football

The MJHS Football team won the Region 4 5A Championship in 1995.

MJHS Football has picked up the ball since Head coach Roger Perry has stepped up to fill the position. Being in the playoffs every season since his joining the team in 2006.

MJHS Football won regional 10-0 and then lost in the playoffs 13-1 to Whitehaven.

Notable alumni[edit]


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  2. ^ "City obtains first Curd Rd right of Way," page 5. "Chronicle of Mt. Juliet," November 14, 2007
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  4. ^ Amanda Butler Named Florida Women's Basketball Head Coach, Retrieved October 28, 2008
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  6. ^ Alysha Clark WNBA, Retrieved April 8, 2010
  7. ^ SB Nation – Michael Jasper, Retrieved June 16, 2013
  8. ^ "New Texas Supreme Court Justice began aspirations in Mt. Juliet," The Tennessean, May 29, 2003.
  9. ^ NASA Biography, Retrieved on May 17, 2009.