Latest StoriesSeptember 28th, 2018
Middle College video
View our video to learn more about Middle College at Austin Peay State University
MIDDLE COLLEGE MAKES U.S. NEWS RANKING
Congratulations! Middle College has been listed in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report’s Best High Schools project, which identifies the country’s top-performing public high schools. Please click here for more information.
Middle College Ranked in U.S. News & World Reports
The Middle College at Austin Peay State University is recognized in the National Rankings and earned a bronze medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college. Click here for article.
Middle College Rewards School for Achievement
The State Department of Education recognized Middle College as a “Reward Schools” for exceptional gains made in academic growth or achievement. Please visit the website to read more about this exciting news!
District High School Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Cresta McGowan for being selected as the District High school Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to our Science Olympiad Team
Congratulations to our Middle College Science Olympiad Team members! On Saturday, March 3rd the members competed at Tennessee Tech University in 23 Science competitions. They made us proud and placed in 14 of the competitions!!
ACT Crash Course Videos
A list of videos available to students preparing for the ACT Assessment.
Click here to view some of the honors earned by our students!
Engaging Parents in a Digital Age
Engaging Parents in a Digital Age Family School Connection launches Engage TV. Engage TV is a series of online workshops designed to bring parents and families opportunities for anytime, anywhere learning. Through this effort we hope to connect our families with information about programs that help support student success. Visit our Engage TV channel at: […]
CONGRATULATIONS REWARD SCHOOL 3RD YEAR IN A ROW!!!
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman announced 168 schools as the 2014-15 Reward Schools, the top 5 percent of schools in the state for academic achievement and the top 5 percent for annual growth. See more.
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