Science Hill High School
is a high school
8-12) in Johnson City, Tennessee
with an enrollment of approximately 2600 students. The school is split over four campuses: 10-12 Campus, 8-9 Campus, Technical Center Campus, & Alternative School Campus. The school also shares space with Freedom Hall Civic Center. The school site also includes tennis courts, baseball fields, soccer field, track facilities, and football stadium. The school administration consists of one principal, one associate principal, five assistant principals, one vocational school director, and one athletic director. The school has approximately one hundred eighty (180) teachers. Science Hill High School has a proud tradition in offering Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Also, in the 2008-2009 school year, Science Hill began the Tri-Cities
second International Baccalaureate
Program. Their mascot is the Hilltopper, an anthropomorphic top hat called the "mad hatter". Science Hill also has one of the areas oldest JROTC programs.
Science Hill High School is located in Johnson City, Tennessee. It originally opened as the Science Hill Male and Female Institute in 1867. The first building was erected on land by Tipton Jobe; labor and materials were furnished by individual citizens. The first session in this building began August 24, 1868. The Rev. John B. Pence was principal. The town at that time was unincorporated and known as Johnson's Depot. It was incorporated in 1869... Read More