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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…

  • EHMS, EHHS, HCMS, and HCHS athletes – Free Sports Physicals – May 21st – 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM at Hickman County High School – for more information click here.
  • Honors English Summer Required Summer reading- Click HERE for more information.
  • Students – Don’t forget that you have access to MyON  for summer reading!
  • Congratulations​­ to the Executive Student Council Officers for 2016­-2017​: President­-Rachel Walls, Vice­-President-­Cooper Mays, Secretary-Rachel Hudgins.
  • Congratulations t​o Rachel Walls, Brielle Hetherington, Steven Caldwell and Riley Qualls for being chosen to attend Girls State and Boys State this year. Please see Ms. Qualls to register
  • TN Promise Service Hour Opportunities
  • The Hickman Humane Society needs volunteers for these events. For more information see Mrs. Chessor or call HHS toll free number 1­866-­304-­3352.
    • Rabies vaccination clinic at East Hickman Community Center­Saturday, June 11 (9-­3)
  •  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.
  • Governor’s School Applications ​are now available. If you are interested in attending one of these events, please see Guidance or visit the Guidance page on the school’s website.
  • 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 – TN Promise Service Hour Opportunities
  • The Hickman Humane Society needs volunteers for these events. For more information see Mrs. Chessor or call HHS toll free number 1­866-­304-­3352.
    • Rabies vaccination clinic at East Hickman Community Center­ – June 11​ (9-­3)
    •  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.
  • Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program -Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants​​ are pleased to be able to continue with our scholarship program for the 9th year. We will be awarding up to $1,000 ​to the winner(s) each year. Scholarship Deadline is­ ​​June 10, 2016. Application Process­​ – Students will submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of our web site: http://www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htm Full details are available on the site.
  • BigSun Scholarship – The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to continue to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits.  We are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student.  All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in.  Deadline is June 17, 2016.  Amount of award – $500.00.  The successful applicant will be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute and currently involved in some sport at that institution or in the community.   Visit www.bigsunathletics.com to learn how to apply.
  • 2016 Tennessee Governor’s Schools – Tennessee provides 12 summer programs for gifted and talented high school students. Students in the tenth and eleventh grades who would like to participate in a challenging and high-intensity program in one of the twelve areas should click HERE to obtain application. Nominations for the Tennessee Governor’s schools must be made by high school counselors or principals. Click HERE for Frequently Asked Questions about Governor’s School.
  • **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.
  • Student Application Open for 2015-16 U.S. Senate Youth Program– The program offers high school students in their junior or senior years the opportunity to participate in an annual Washington Week event in March, which includes a variety of events that promote a unique understanding of the structure of our national government. The Hearst Foundations also offer selected state finalists a $5,000 undergraduate scholarship. The student application and instructions for applying are available here
  • 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.

HCHS Goals

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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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Hickman County High School

1645 Bulldog Blvd.

Centerville, TN 37033

(931) 729-2616

(931)729-2925 (Fax)

Mark Bentley, Principal

Lonnie Horner, Asst. Principal