Mount Juliet High School 
  1875 Golden Bear Gateway     Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
Telephone (615) 758-5606    Fax (615) 758-5645
 
www.mjhsbnn.com
      
 
 
 

Reward & Achievement School 2014-2015

Reward School 2013-2014

Reward School 2012-2013

C.U.S.P. School 2011-2012

#1 Academic School in 2010-2011

 
 
 
Executive Principal – Mel Brown                                           School Counselor (A-C) – Christy Walker
Assistant Principal (A-C) – Michael Duncan                          School Counselor (D-Hem) – Lisa Whitmire
Assistant Principal (D-Hem) – Jill Gilbert                               School Counselor (Hen-Mc) – Denise Bergin
Assistant Principal (Hen-Mc) – Beverly Sharpe                     School Counselor (Me-Sci) – Arlene Barlow
Assistant Principal (Hen-Mc) – Josh Johnston                      School Counselor (Sco-Z) – Holli Heller
Assistant Principal (Me- Sci) – Amber Gailbreath                  Counseling Office Secretary – Missy Pyle
Registrar – Beth Lay                                                               Attendance Secretary – Betty Warburton
 
                                                                                               

 

 
 
 
COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL
 
The city of Mount Juliet is located approximately ten miles east of Nashville with a population of 28,000.  Mt. Juliet High School is an accredited four year high school in the Wilson County School System.  The average enrollment is over 2000.  The school follows a 4X4 block schedule with one credit earned per course; students have potential to earn 8 credits per year.  The certified staff at Mt. Juliet High School is composed of five administrators, five school counselors, 1 STARS counselor, two media specialists, one graduation coach, and 142 teachers including 9 special education teachers. Additional staff members include two school resource officers and 22 classified employees.
 
Mt. Juliet High School is proud to offer over 25 different sports, more than 60 clubs, and many other extracurricular activities and community service activities. Participation enriches each student’s educational experience and strengthens our school community. Opportunities include student government, honor societies, academic clubs, yearbook, unplugged gamers, and much, much more.

 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
 
Students entering high school in Fall of 2016:  Twenty-six (26) credits are required for graduation.  Course requirements include:
                         

·         English (4 credits)    

·         Math (4 credits)       

·         Science (3 credits)

·         Social Studies (3 credits)

·         Fine Arts (1 credit)    

·         Lifetime Wellness (1 credit)

·         Physical Education (1 credit)

·         Foreign Language (2 credits)

·         Personal Finance (1 credit)

·         Elective Focus (3 credits)  

·         3 Additional Elective credits

 

 

 
Additional courses offered at Mt. Juliet High School include 24 Advanced Placement classes, 20 Dual Enrollment classes and an array of Career & Technical Education classes that offer our students many opportunities to explore their specific career interests. 

 

 
 
MARKING SYSTEM AND RELATED PROCEDURES
 

Letter grades are given in all classes for each grading period.  The following grading scale is used:
A: 93-100                    B: 85-92                      C: 75-84                      D: 70-74                      F: 69 and below
 
Class rank is calculated by and includes all subjects given school credit beginning with the first semester of the 9th grade and ending with the first semester of the 12th grade (7 semesters).  GPA is based on a 4.0 scale and is weighted by the following criteria: 0.5 for Dual Enrollment and Honors Courses, 1.0 for AP Courses.
 

 

 
 
       COLLEGE ADMISSIONS TEST SCORES
 

ACT Data (Based on 11th grade score)

Advanced Placement Scores

 

MJHS

State of TN

Nation

 

#Tests Administered

# of Tests with Qualifying Scores

Class of 2012

21.1

19.7

21.1

2012

378

186

Class of   2013

20.6

19.5

21.0

2013

459

199

Class of   2014

21.0

19.8

21.1

2014

569

264

Class of 2015

21.3

19.8

21.0

 

2015

1093

413

 
 AP COURSE LISTING

·         AP Art History

·         AP Art (Studio, 2-D, 3-D)

·         AP Biology

·         AP Calculus AB

·         AP Calculus BC

·         AP Chemistry

·         AP Comparative Gov’t & Politics

·         AP English Lang & Comp

·         AP English Lit & Comp

·         AP Environmental Science

·         AP European History 

·         AP Human Geography

·         AP Macroeconomics 

·         AP Microeconomics  

·         AP Physics I & II

·         AP Psychology

·         AP Statistics

·         AP German Lang & Culture

·         AP Spanish Lang & Culture

·         AP French  Lang & Culture

·         AP US Gov’t & Politics

·         AP US History

·         AP World History

 


 
 
 DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSES

 

·         College Algebra

·         American Gov’t & Politics

·         Art Appreciation

·         English 1010

·         English 1020

·         Intro to Film

  • Literature 1

·         Macroeconomics

·         Medical Terminology

·         Microeconomics

·         Music Appreciation

·         Pre-Calculus 1

·         Psychology

·         Public Speaking

·         Sociology

·         Spanish 1

·         Statistic & Probability

·         US History 1

·         US History 2

·         Western Civilization Prim-1650           

 
 

 CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLUSTERS
·         Health Science Technology

·         Business Management

·         Marketing/Management

·         Social and Mental Health Services

·         Broadcasting  

·         Human Services & Design

·         Computer Science/Web Design

 

 

·         STEM

ØRobotics

ØEngineering

ØDigital Electronics

 

·         Horticulture

·         Veterinary & Animal Science

·         Diversified Agriculture

·         Agricultural Engineering & Applied Technologies


 
 
 
 



    








 TN SCHOLAR REQUIREMENTS
  • 80 Hours of Volunteer Service to the Community

  • Maintain a “C” Average minimum in all Tennessee Scholars courses.

  • 95% Attendance Required. (Cannot miss more than 36 total days in 4 years of high school)

  • No out-of-school suspensions

     

POST-SECONDARY INTENTIONS

  

Approximately 94% of graduates from Mount Juliet High School pursue further education, not including 4% that join the military.  The Class of 2015 students are attending Public Institutes, Private Colleges, and Technical Colleges across the country.  Students from the Class of 2015 were offered in excess of $19,000,000 to attend post-secondary education.

 

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