ACT and Advanced Placement Awards

FCCLA National Leadreship Conference

  • David Crockett High School FCCLA Attended National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, GA

    FCCLA Winners 1

    July 2018 – David Crockett High School FCCLA joined more than 7,500 FCCLA student leaders, members, and advisers at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA June 28 – July 2 to participate in the annual FCCLA National Leadership Conference (NLC).

    The conference provided David Crockett students opportunities to come together for energizing learning while listening to inspiring speakers, expanding leadership skills, sharpening talents, and exploring career pathways. The theme of this year’s conference was “Inspired by FCCLA”, which inspired attendees to make the right choices and commit themselves to making a positive impact within their families, schools, FCCLA, and communities.

    Students from David Crockett participated in one of 30 Family and Consumer Sciences related competitive events offered at NLC, including STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) Events. These events support foundational, leadership, and workplace skills. Competing with over 4,500 STAR Event participants in Atlanta, three groups won gold and one group won silver. Isabelle Tisor and Krystal Phillips competed in Food Innovations and won silver. Mackenzie Robinette and Micayla Lane competed in Entrepreneurship and won gold. Gracie Robinette, Ali Keplinger, and Joey Hopkins won gold in Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation. Matty McKee, Riley Hope, and Gideon Dowling won gold in National Programs in Action.

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FFA Published in New Horizons Magazine

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FLW Bass Tournament

  • Bass Tournament

    DCHS junior Gavin Cloutier (pictured on right) and his partner Braxton competed in the Bass Pro Shops FLW High School Open on Dale Hollow Lake on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018. There were 168 boats in this tournament and they finish 13th. FLW, Fishing League Worldwide, takes the top 10% from each tournament to the Nationals in Pickwick AL. Gavin & Braxton qualified and will be fishing the biggest tournament of their high school lives in June 2019. This is a huge accomplishment and honor to fish in the Nationals. He will be up against teams from all over the United States. Amazing opportunity for him personally and for representing David Crockett!

Key Club at Kiwanis Dinner

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    David Crockett Key Club Members volunteered at the 1st Annual Kiwanis Dancing and Dining for Kiwanis Kids Fundraising event on November 3rd.  The event raised money for Washington County Schools for the purchase of Chromebooks.

National Leadership Academy

  • 2019 NLA Picture

    In June, Dylan Thomas represented David Crockett High School and the State of Tennessee at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Massachusetts. He was awarded the Award of Excellence, certifying his successful completion of the Congress. 

    Dylan was surrounded by many fellow high school students who share his passion, ability and potential. So many Delegates found new friends to help them reach their dreams and future colleagues to collaborate with.

    He watched live surgery and Many Delegates had a chance to question the surgeon in real time.

    Bradley Bailey also represented David Crockett High School and the State of Tennessee at the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Lowell, MA in June 2018.

    During the three-day Congress, Bradley Bailey joined students from across the country and heard Nobel Laureates and National Medal of Science recipients talk about leading scientific research; was given advice from deans of the world's top tech universities; was inspired by fellow teen science prodigies; and learned about cutting-edge advances and the future of science and technology.

    The National Leadership Academies support America’s high-achieving high school students through career and focus-area programs and services. By creating the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists, the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists, and the National Academy of Future Collegiate and Professional Athletes, the National Leadership Academies is positioned to support students with skills, motivation, education, mentorship, and unique experiences, so they stay on track to achieve their goals. 

     

All America Cheerleading

  • We had 12 members of our Chearleading squad make AAC, including 5 Seniors, 1 Junior, 3 Sophomores, and 3 Freshman. Varsity has the opportunity to perform in London's New Years Day Parade and JV & Freshmen can perform in the Disney Thanksgiving Parade.

    AAC Cheer Qualifiers Seniors
    Bayley Baldwin
    Jessica Silvers
    Kait Goulds
    Kati Garst
    Shelby King

    Juniors
    Breanna Mauk

    Sophomores
    Sarah Garland
    Savannah Lands
    Zoe Chapman

    Freshmen
    Aly Ross
    Brooke Dennes
    JD Waldrop

OCTOBER 2018 EPIC STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

  • October 2018 EPIC Students

    FRESHMEN: Kaylee Tester & Rylan Dow

    SPOPHOMORES: Gracie Robinette & Jonathan Cannon

    JUNIORS: Celeste Mathes & Mathew Sherfey

    SENIORS: Kaitlyn Lee & Julius "Doc" Coffey

    FACULTY: Ms. Susan Saam

September 2018 EPIC Students of the Month

  • September 2018 EPIC Students

    FRESHMEN: Dylan Nelson & Baleigh Day

    SPOPHOMORES: Seth Bible & Caitlyn Marshall

    JUNIORS: Caleb Hackler & Lisa Blair

    SENIORS: Grady Cash & Breanna O’Shields

    FACULTY: Ms. Amanda Phebus

August 2018 EPIC Students of the Month

  • August EPIC Students

    FRESHMEN: Conner Highlands & Cierra Huxley

    SPOPHOMORES: Teagan Waycaster & Sidney Baker

    JUNIORS: Blaine Greer & Rachel Keene

    SENIORS: David Lopez & Faith Trivette

    FACULTY: Ms. Twana McKinney