Charles Carter is a longtime Spanish teacher at Science Hill High School who oversees the Youth Ambassadors Program, which has welcomed students from Latin American countries to Science Hill since 2004.
As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, teachers are looking to keep up and find new ways to enhance student learning.
Jacob Rogers, a rising high school senior, missed his opportunity freshman year to pick his first semester classes at Science Hill High School.
Science Hill High School's Class of 2019 crossed the commencement stage at East Tennessee State University's mini-dome on Saturday, May 25, 2019. Principal Todd Barnett announced the class had received more than $9 million in scholarships.
Steve Spurrier is arguably the most famous person who has called Johnson City his hometown.
Students from the Science Hill Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy will be hosting a charity basketball game on May 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. inside Science Hill’s new gym.
Science Hill students are coming together to help students and families at Science Hill and across Johnson City Schools, but they need the community’s help.
On Monday, Smith emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about her other interests, experiences as a student and what she thinks about being a student today. She also gave her thoughts on what she thinks schools across the country should be doing differently.
As the opioid crisis continues to plague Northeast Tennessee, the youth are being encouraged to join the fight against the region’s public health epidemic.
Science Hill is joining a national grassroots effort to help students find books that they can relate to, all in hopes of helping students uncover a love of reading that they may not even know they have.
On Aug. 24, 1868, Science Hill High School – then known as the Science Hill Male and Female Institute – held its first classes after being established in 1867. The founding of the school and its first classes predates the sesquicentennial anniversary of Johnson City by more than a year.
Johnson City Schools hosted its annual event entitled “A Look Into Our Schools” Friday morning at the Johnson City Schools Central Office to give teachers, parents and members of the community a look at new developments across the district.
As Johnson City moves toward its 150th birthday, Science Hill High School will be moving past its sesquicentennial anniversary.
Near the end of the evening, the Outstanding High School Runners were announced. Science Hill’s Jeb Jones received the honor for the boys and Sasha Neglia of Dobyns-Bennett won the girls’ award for the second consecutive year.
Students at Science Hill High School will be issued picture identification badges and a Science Hill lanyard when they return to school on Tuesday, Jan. 8, Johnson City Schools announced Friday.