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DCHS recognizes outstanding students

Members of the 29+ Club are, first row from left, Madison Cantrell, Jasmine Parker and Kelsie Merriman. Second row, Kyle Justice, Ethan Jenkins, Daniel Puckett and Jacob Frazier.

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DeKalb County High School is working to recognize students making strides on the ACT test. As part of the TN Department of Education’s Tennessee Succeeds initiative, the state is working to increase the state average for student ACT scores to 21 by the year 2020. The current ACT average at DCHS is 18.8.  

The ACT serves as a gateway to college and career readiness in Tennessee, determining students’ eligibility for the HOPE scholarship, requirements for postsecondary remedial or developmental coursework, and sometimes entry-level salary. At DCHS, a 21+ Club for students who have met the ACT readiness benchmark ...


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