Mt. Juliet High School has made significant progress in reducing the achievement gap between black and white students. At Mt. Juliet, experienced teachers serve as mentors to incoming faculty, and all teachers collaborate across the curriculum. Principal Mel Brown says that this has allowed the school to raise expectations in the classroom. Mt. Juliet is also committed to mining their student data to identify school, classroom, and student needs. On Monday, October 8, SCORE will award the second annual SCORE Prize at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Please click here to reserve your free tickets to the event.
We hope that Mt. Juliet’s story of success will inspire you to continue in your own work to prepare students for success after high school. Please watch this video, read a blog post, and see the promising practice to hear about their best practices to improve student achievement at Mt. Juliet High School.