* The state of Tennessee is no longer defining “economically disadvantaged” status based on students receiving free or reduced lunch. Instead, only students who are receiving Direct Certification services are now considered economically disadvantaged for purposes of data collection by the state. This change accounts for the drastic drop in % ED students statewide.
Inclusion refers to students who are in general education classes 80% or more of the instructional day and receive direct instruction pull out as needed.
Gifted classrooms are provided for students identified as Intellectually Gifted. Services may include enriched academic experiences, acceleration, and appropriate modifications and accommodations in the regular classroom.
This school does not offer the International Baccalaureate program.
Vocational Programs of Study
This school does not offer dual enrollment courses.
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