2010, our kindergartners scored in the top 8% of the nation in Pre-Reading
Skills on the Metropolitan Readiness Test. In math,
their scores were in the top 11% of the nation. These scores
indicate that our kindergarten program is one of the top programs in
our nation at preparing youngsters for first grade.
on standardized achievement tests taken in grades K-8 indicate that
our students average around the 79th percentile, which
means they are in the top 21% of the nation.
of our fourth and fifth graders from the 2009-2010 school year qualified for the Duke University's Talent
in Progress (TIP) talent search for fourth and fifth graders by
scoring at or above the 95th percentile (top 5% nationwide) on the
subtest sections of the Stanford Achievement Test that access
higher order thinking skills.
This program is designed to identify gifted students and motivate them
toward future successes.
seventh graders from the 2009-2010 school qualified for the Duke
Talent in Progress (TIP) test by scoring in the 95th percentile
(top 5% nationwide) or higher on their Stanford Achievement Test.
In 2010, 16 students took the test and received state recognition at Vanderbilt
University for their exceptionally high scores on the Duke TIP
members of the Class of 2011 were recognized as Commended Students in
the 2010 National Merit Program.
scores range from 1 to 36. The class of 2010 had an average ACT
score of 24.1, which is around the 77th percentile (top 23% nationwide
of college bound seniors). Seven seniors in the class of 2010 scored 30 or
greater on the ACT placing them in the top 3% of the nation.
is now offering three dual enrollment programs through Motlow State
Community College. Students can earn 6-12 hours of college credit
as well as high school credit for the courses they take.
of the seniors in the MTCS Class of 2010, who applied to state colleges or
universities qualified for the Tennessee Education Lottery's Hope
scholarship which is based on a minimum ACT score of 21 or a
minimum GPA of 3.0.
Class of 2010, 48 Seniors were awarded almost $2.9 million in
academic and athletic scholarships and
grants from various colleges and universities. There were 3
students in the class who signed to play athletics in college. In the Class of
2009, 40 Seniors were awarded over $2.4 million in scholarships.
For more information or to
request an application, contact:
of Admissions and Public Relations
E. MTCS Road