5. What about the Aaron Academy Honor Program?
Aaron Academy seeks to encourage our high school students to become people of scholarship, honor, and integrity, while developing a Christ-like attitude of service, leadership, and involvement.
Students may participate in grades 10, 11, and 12 if they make application each year and meet the criteria of academic and personal excellence. A Stanford achievement test must be taken in the 9th grade and score at least in the 80th percentile to be able to participate in the Honors Program as a 10th grader. This score will be determined by our Honor Program Coordinator.
Also, our Honor Program graduates will have a gold sash at the Aaron Academy graduation ceremony, an honor seal on the diploma, and a notation on the transcript reflecting participation in the program. If your student is participating in another graduation ceremony, the honor stole can be purchased.
Honor packets are available at the school office or can be requested online starting in July of each school year.
7. Will my student qualify for the Tennessee Promise, Scholars and/or Hope Scholarships?
Many of our Tennessee students have been recipients of these programs. You will receive a letter from the Principal in the Fall of your student's senior year with helpful information concerning the TN Promise, TN Scholars, and Hope Scholarship Programs.
8. What to expect during senior year?
During your student's senior year, our Records office will send a Senior Packet to you at the end of the first semester. It will have important information concerning the graduation ceremony, testing, final credits needed, and much more.
Please contact us if you have any questions.