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HCHS Mission Statement: To empower students to become life-long learners and responsible citizens.

Thank you for visiting our website!  We hope you have a positive experience with Hickman County High School.  We at HCHS will honor the traditions of HCHS while striving to ensure a top quality educational experience that will prepare our students to succeed in today’s society.   We hope that you will find our website useful.  Feel free to call us anytime and GO BULLDOGS!

What’s Happening at HCHS…

  • Click HERE to see the District Calendar.
  • Click HERE for monthly Lunch Menu.
  • Click HERE to see HCHS Sports Schedules.
  • Congratulations Golfers!
    • The Girls Golf team placed 2nd in the Region Tournament on September 26.
    • Bailey Gilbert placed 4th as an individual and advances to the State Tournament next week!
  • Congrats to the Volleyball team​!
    • JV team went undefeated on the way to win the McEwen JV tournament on Saturday (9-24-16)!
    • The Volleyball team​ defeated Columbia Central on September 26, 3-0!
  • Homecoming Week Activities –  Theme “Tame the ‘Stangs”
    •  Dress Up Days
      • Monday – Mix Match Monday
      • Tuesday – Twin Tuesday
      • Wednesday – College Day
      • Thursday – Hillbilly Day
      • Friday – Bulldog Pride Day (class colors)
    • Coke Tabs will be collected from September 19 – September 28.
    •  Awarding of the Homecoming Spirit Trophy will be based upon the following events: Pep Card Sales,  Dress up count, Homecoming Olympics Events, Powder Puff, Spirit Links, Class Flag, Skits, Fence Decoration, Coke Tab Collection, Pep Rally, Run Dawgs, Run! (1 mile/5k)Participation.
  • SENIORS – UT Martin will waive their $30 application fee for students who apply for admission this week (​September 26th-September 30th.) ​Students just need to select the “pay later” option on the application. No other documentation is needed.
  • FCCLA ​and Mrs Davidson’s classes are selling Breast Cancer T­shirts again this year for a fundraiser till October 4, 2016. ​The cost is $20, and some of the proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Please see an FCCLA member or Mrs Davidson to order.
  • Juniors-​We have 9 spots remaining for the PSAT​ and a chance for the National Merit Scholarship. Any Junior wanting to sign up please come by the Guidance Office before October 19. ​The cost is $15.00.
  • Seniors   TSAC, the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation, recently received word of a possible scam.  A number of students and/or parents have received phone calls from people claiming to be from “TN Promise” to “provide assistance” with completion of the application once credit card information is provided. TSAC and their partnering organizations will under no circumstances ever request credit card information in order to assist a student or parent with completion of the TN Promise application and the FAFSA. If you have already completed your TN Promise application you may have received a text message this week regarding this scam. Please do not provide credit card information to someone claiming to help you with TN Promise.
  • HOSA’S Fall Blood drive is October 6 i​n the upper level of the Gym. See Ms. Libby or a HOSA member to sign up in the mornings outside of the Home Ec Department. Permission forms are due September 28.
  • HOME FOOTBALL GAMES – Admission is $6.00.
    • Students can get a discount by purchasing STUDENT TICKETS ($3.00) at school (CES, CIS, HCMS or HCHS). Student tickets are pre-sale only and must be purchased prior to arriving at the gate.
    • SEASON PASSES are on sale for $25.00.  Passes can be purchased at Liberty Pharmacy, Four Seasons Outdoors, HCMS, HCHS or at the gate.
  • Pride and Spirit­​ – Anyone wanting to become a member of this club can see Ms. Gilbert and pay $5.00 dues.
  • Service Hour Opportunity – The Hickman Humane Society has events coming up in the next few weeks:   Fall Rabies Clinic on October 8 ( 9am ­ 2 pm) at Corner of Hwy.100 and 48 in Centerville           For more information call the HHS hotline at 1­ ​-866-­304-­3352.
  • Fall yearbook pictures​  – Senior pictures will be October 18.  See Mrs. Jacobs if you have any questions.
  • Juniors –  PSAT Test. For: 11th graders who signed up – Wednesday, October 19, 2016
  • Class of 2017 – Tennessee Promise Meeting, October 20 – 1:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
  • ​Scarlett Family  Foundation Scholarship
    • Since 2006, the Foundation has awarded more than $5,000,000 in college scholarships to middle Tennessee students pursuing business and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) degrees at colleges and universities throughout the United States. The newest class of recipients are enrolled at 44 colleges and universities in 17 states. Those students represent 67 high schools across 19 counties in Middle Tennessee. They come from public, independent, and home schools with 30+ majors ranging from economics to engineering. For a list of eligibility requirements, and to begin your application visit Scarlett Family Foundation College Scholarships​. ​Accepting applications through December 15.
  • HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST …
    • Open to ALL students ages 16-­18 …
    • Cash prizes awarded …
    • Sponsored by The Tennessee Concrete Association
    • Submit entries by Friday, December 2,2016.
    • Stop by the Guidance Office​ for forms, rules and more details.
  • HCHS Guidance Department News – Be sure to check out the Guidance Department page for important links and news about TN Promise, ACT, scholarships, dual enrollment, etc…
  • HCHS Guidance Department News – Be sure to check out the Guidance Department page for important links and news about TN Promise, ACT, scholarships, dual enrollment, etc…
  • Seniors   TSAC, the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation, recently received word of a possible scam.  A number of students and/or parents have received phone calls from people claiming to be from “TN Promise” to “provide assistance” with completion of the application once credit card information is provided. TSAC and their partnering organizations will under no circumstances ever request credit card information in order to assist a student or parent with completion of the TN Promise application and the FAFSA. If you have already completed your TN Promise application you may have received a text message this week regarding this scam. Please do not provide credit card information to someone claiming to help you with TN Promise.
  • ​Scarlett Family  Foundation Scholarship
    • Since 2006, the Foundation has awarded more than $5,000,000 in college scholarships to middle Tennessee students pursuing business and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) degrees at colleges and universities throughout the United States. The newest class of recipients are enrolled at 44 colleges and universities in 17 states. Those students represent 67 high schools across 19 counties in Middle Tennessee. They come from public, independent, and home schools with 30+ majors ranging from economics to engineering. For a list of eligibility requirements, and to begin your application visit Scarlett Family Foundation College Scholarships​. ​Accepting applications through December 15.
  • Class of 2017 – Tennessee Promise Meeting, October 20 – 1:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
  • HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST …
    • Open to ALL students ages 16-­18 …
    • Cash prizes awarded …
    • Sponsored by The Tennessee Concrete Association
    • Submit entries by Friday, December 2,2016.
    • Stop by the Guidance Office​ for forms, rules and more details.
  • SENIORS – TN Promise Service Hour Opportunities
  • The Hickman Humane Society needs volunteers for events. For more information see Mrs. Chessor or call HHS toll free number 1­866-­304-­3352.
  •  Hickman County Public Library​­- Any Senior needing TN Promise service hours may contact Mary Beth Pruitt at the Hickman Co. Public Library at 729­-5130.
  • **DUAL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION** – Click HERE
  • Senior Timeline – Sept-Nov.
  • Opportunities for Tennessee Students – TN Dept. of Education
  • SENIORS:​
    • Click HERE for the TN Promise Handbook.
    • Click HERE for how to create a FSA ID for completing the FAFSA.
  • SENIORS:TN Promise has changed the community service start date.​Students may now begin​ their community service on Tuesday, November 3​. TN Promise requires 8 hours of community service for each semester you are in college.
  • Seniors and Parents of Seniors…Need FAFSA Help? Scholarship Info?…   Contact the Guidance Office or you may go to the links under Guidance Resources on our page. If you should need more help, you may contact us at anytime.

The Hickmanite now has a blog!  Click HERE to keep up with all Hickman County High School news.

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HCHS Alma Mater

Hail! Hickman County High
Bles’d be thy name.
Vict’ry shall be thy goal;
Honor thy fame.
Our hearts shall e’er recall
Thy memory.
Hail Hickman County High!
May God prosper thee.

Bles’d too, thy hallowed halls.
Echo our song.
School days we hold most dear,
To you belong.
Tears mixed with happiness
We shared with thee.
Hail Hickman County High!
May God prosper thee.

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HCHS Goals

Hickman County High School

1645 Bulldog Blvd.

Centerville, TN 37033

(931) 729-2616

(931)729-2925 (Fax)

Mark Bentley, Principal

Lonnie Horner, Asst. Principal