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***ATTN STUDENTS ***
You must turn in an excuse note within three days to be excused. You will automatically be nonexempt from final exams if any non-excused absences in a class.
Student Daily Absence Parent Notification
If your child is absent 1st block, you will get a call from the school messenger at 10:00. You will continue to receive a call between 6:00 & 6:30 pm if your child was absent for the school day.
Exam Exemption Info
Policy 4.600, Grading System (in part): Exam Exemption
“A student having a 90 or higher average from the two nine week grading periods and having three (3) or fewer excused absences will be exempted from the semester exam if the student desires. When a student is exempted from the examination, the semester average will be the average of the two grading periods and any state mandated exam. Any unexcused absence will disqualify the student from semester exam exemptions. A student will be eligible for an exam exemption on a semester by semester basis. If a student who qualifies for exam exemption elects to take to take his/her semester exam, the resulting exam grade shall not lower his/her semester average below the average of the two quarter grading periods.”
1. EOC’s must be taken; exemptions are for end of semester teacher exams.
2. Absences are on a class by class basis, not just whole day absences.
Mt. Juliet High School was selected by the S.C.O.R.E committee as the
#1 "ACADEMIC SCHOOL” in the State of Tennessee
at the Ryman Auditorium.
Wilson County School's Vision Statement
Wilson County Schools will prepare successful citizens who can apply and expand their knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of tomorrow
MJHS Mission Statement
Mt. Juliet High School's mission is to develop students' potential for
outstanding academics, citizenship, and career success.
Wilson County Schools
The Wilson County School System does not discriminate due to age, race, color, gender, national origin, disability, religion, creed, or veteran status in the provision of services, in programs or activities, or in employment opportunities or benefits. Inquiries concerning Title VI or Title IX of the Civil Rights Act should be directed to Chuck Whitlock
at (615) 444-3282. Inquiries concerning Section 504 should be directed to Dawn Bradley at (615) 444-3282. Inquiries concerning the American with Disabilities Act should be directed to Mickey Hall at (615) 444-3282.