The mission of Lewis County High School is to prepare students to be college or career ready by reaching their maximum potential and to meet the challenges of their future through diverse learning experiences.
Clayton Callicott, Principal
Lewis County High School (9-12)
818 W Main Street
Hohenwald, TN 38462
Lewis County High School believes:
In using data to drive decisions regarding curriculum, school processes, and improvement plans.
A child’s education is the joint responsibility of the school, family and members of the community. Communication is the key to success.
Students need to be exposed to high standards academically, socially, and emotionally so they are prepared to meet the challenges of their future.
Students, parents, and stakeholders must be knowledgeable regarding school policies, procedures, and events so that a team effort is created within the school.
All students should have the opportunity to be successful by building upon their natural talents while strengthen their weaknesses.
All students should learn in an environment that is safe and secure.
Education is a process of continuous improvement in an ever changing world involving technology and other areas of growth. Our school must accept change and work toward meeting all student needs and preparing them to be successful in their future.
Students should leave high school prepared to enter career or work ready for the challenges that they will face.
Lewis County High School will promote high standards for all students, faculty and staff by striving to meet proficiency and beyond. Our school will strive for continual improvement and be an all inclusive center of education. Our school will provide for the needs of all students, according to their ability levels, by preparing them to be college or career ready. Lewis County High School will be a community of learners by involving parents, stakeholders, and all community efforts that will extend our mission for improvement.