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New Students Registration
New Student Registration

New Student Registration

Registering student must be accompanied by their legal guardian or custodial parent. The name used on the records of a student entering school must be the same as that shown on the birth certificate unless evidence is presented that such name has been legally changed through a court as prescribed by law.  A student may enroll at Humboldt Junior Senior High School at any time during the school year if the student resides with a parent or legal guardian and lives within the geographical boundaries of the school system.  If the student lives with anyone other than a parent who has legal custody, guardianship papers must be provided at the time of registration.  If papers cannot be provided, the student will be denied admission. If a student moves during the course of the school year outside of the schools geographical boundary they will be asked to report to their zoned school immediately. Parents may appeal to the superintendent, however, the student’s academic, attendance and discipline records will be used to determine decision. 

Any student entering our school for the first time must present:

  • A birth certificate or officially acceptable evidence of date of birth and legal name.
  • There shall be a complete medical examination of every student entering school for the first time.  This applies to kindergarten, first grade, and other students for whom there is no health record.
  • Evidence of state-required immunization.
  • Social Security number.
  • Four proofs of residency (entire statement of utility bill, cable bill, mortgage statement)


TN Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements

Senior high students are required to have 24 credits in order to graduate.  These credits must meet the Tennessee Department of Education requirements for graduation:

  • 4 credits in Math
  • 4 credits in English
  • 3 credits in History
  • ½ credit in Personal Finance
  • 3 credits in Science
  • ½ credit in Physical Education
  • 2 credits in Foreign Language
  • 1 credit in Fine Arts
  • 1 credit in Lifetime Wellness
  • 3 credits (CTE Concentration Courses or Fine Arts
  • 2 credits of Electives (any course)


All students must complete a math class each year.

All students must complete Biology, Physical Science or Agriscience, and Chemistry (I or II).

All students must complete English I, English II, English III and English IV.

All students must complete World History, Government/Economics, Personal Finance and U.S. History     or Geography.

All students must complete Physical Education (1/2 credit) and Lifetime Wellness (1 credit).

All students must complete 1 Fine Arts course


Students are required to take yearly state assessments in the following courses:

  • English I, II, III 
  • Algebra I, II                
  • Biology           
  • U.S. History         
  • Chemistry
  • Geometry





It is the mission of the school’s comprehensive counseling program to create an environment of achievement for all students. In accordance to the TN Model for Comprehensive School Counseling , the areas of focus will be academic, career, and personal/social development.


Scholarship Information

Check the Forms tab for Scholarship Info. 


PLEASE remember to check the college websites for the school's scholarship information and deadlines. 


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You will receive an email verification to bring the registering process.  


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