Lincoln County High School is proud to announce that 71 seniors have been named as Tennessee Scholars for the 2013-2014 school year.
Tennessee Scholars is a prestigious program that focuses on achievement through academics, community service, school attendance, behavior, and development of workforce skills. Beginning in 1994 as Appalachian Inter Mountain Scholars (AIMS), AIMS had a goal to motivate students to graduate better prepared for job markets and other post-secondary endeavors.
AIMS went through a name change in 2003 to be known as Tennessee Scholars and has since had more than 30,000 student graduate as a member of their program.
Students must meet certain requirements during their high school career (grades 9-12) to be eligible for the program, including meeting all Tennessee Diploma Project graduation requirements, as well as earning two credits in categories such as Career Technical Education, Fine Arts, Advanced Placement courses, and Dual Enrollment courses.
Students must also demonstrate good academic, attendance, behavioral, and community involvement qualities by maintaining a “C” average in all Tennessee Scholars courses, maintaining a 95% attendance rate, having never been suspended from school, and serving 80 hours of voluntary community service.
The following students have met all program requirements and have been named Tennessee Scholars for the Class of 2014: Cierra Anderson, Logan Atchley, Colton Baker, Jacob Barcsansky, Anna Barnes, Reed Broadway, Katyleen Burton, Katherine I. Campbell, Amelia Cash, Morgan Chinery,
Katherine Clark, Jacob Clevenger, Jack Cooter, Susan Cowley, Amy Cox, Luke Croft, Drey Dollar, Rachael Freeman, Brooke Fugate, Kirby Gatlin, Ryan Golden, McKenzie Green, Constance Hawley, Katherine Hillis, Steven Ho, Nicholas Horsman, Jonathon Hudson, Trevor Hudson, Haley Hummel,
Jesse Hunter, Jarrett Johnson, Taylor Kidd, Jacob Lamb, Brandon Laster, Nicholas Malone, Brooke Mann, Clay Marsh, Zachary Martin, Paige McAlister, Dylan McCool, Amy Ann McCormick, Wheeler McCulloch, Jordan Moore, Braden Mullins, Sienna Nielson, Augustus Osgood, Matthew Parker, Pooja Patel, Kaitlin Payne,
Janie Peery, Justin Plunkett, Morgan Porter, Matthew Posey, Gabriella Reed, Katherine Reed, Rachael Rhoads, Kayley Russell, Daniel Selfridge, Megan Shelton, Brian Shouse, Taylor Sides, Stacie Spray, Cortney Storey, Trevor Sumners, Hannah Terry, Abigayle Thompson, Samantha Tucker, Edward Vance, Ethan Warren, Chelsi Wheat and Barrett Wright.
Congratulations to all who have achieved this honor. The faculty and staff of Lincoln County High School are proud to call you Falcons.