Currently ranked in the top 5-10% of all public high schools in the state based on growth and progress as indicated by test scores. CHS also exceeds both the state and national graduation rate. Great experience at CHS.
I am a parent of a student who is in his second year at Clinton High. Under the leadership of new principal Eric Snyder positve things are happening at Clinton High. Mr Snider is devoted to doing things the right way. Student test scores are improving, student and teacher morale is high, and more programs are being offered. The science & health departments are exceptional. By offering new student incentive programs, discipline issues are low. Clinton High offers a wide variety of honors and advanced placement classes. Students are challenged but not overwhelmed. A support program is in place for student who may struggle. Clinton High is very diverse in offering extracurricular opportunities in the arts, academics, athletics, & special interests. Clinton High is one of the reasons Clinton Tennessee was recently chosen as the number one city in Tennessee to raise a family. Let me be the first to welcome you to Clinton.
I graduated from CHS in 2006. I can honestly say that high school was an amazing experience filled with caring teachers and support staff that truly put the student first, a wonderful and exciting marketing program, school unity within the student body, and all in all a great school. I'm now about to graduate from TN Tech University with a teaching degree and I can only hope and pray to be placed in a school that is as great as Clinton High School.
I am a current student at clinton high school graduating in the top of our class, Clinton has around one quality, dedicated teacher in each department, and others are at best, sub-par. No challenge is presented to the students by a majority of the teachers. The only way to succeed at Clinton is if the student is willing to take their education into their own hands. The administration is distant and sports are by all means mediocre with minimal support by the school and community. Only a small number of AP classes are offered. Opportunity is there for improvement but must come by inspiring teachers as much as students to better themselves in eduacation
I am a student at Clinton High and it may have a few fawls, but overall the school is a great place to be. I feel safe when I enter the school and the teachers make you feel welcome and try there best to help everyone.
As a graduate of CHS, I can honestly tell you that Clinton is a very typical public school in many respects: a student can achieve an excellent education if he or she desires; if the student doesn't, then as long as he or she isn't too problematic, they'll float their way through to a diploma. Athletics receive the most funding but also generate the most revenues. Opportunities abound, but again, that remains up to the individual student. Ultimately, CHS is just a 'good' school - certainly not bereft of achievers and accomplishments but certainly not particularly stellar.