Soddy Daisy High School



Soddy Daisy is a suburban community located in northern Hamilton County. Soddy Daisy High School has been in existence since 1937 and values its history and traditions as the Home of the Trojans. We boast an enrollment of approximately 1250 students in grades 9-12 and a faculty dedicated to helping students achieve their full potential.  We benefit from an involved community and outstanding parental support.

The mission of Soddy Daisy High School is to build a relationship-based culture of collaboration among all stakeholders with a focus on student achievement.

We believe that student success occurs in an enriching and interactive learning environment where expectations are high and the climate is inspiring. We recognize that quality learning is a cooperative effort among staff, students, parents and community members where students have opportunities to apply their knowledge in real-life situations and where risk-taking is a valuable part of learning. It is our goal to provide a strong school community where what is best for students always comes first.

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Week of December 10-14, 2018
It's Christmas Dress-up Days!

  • Tuesday – Red and Green Attire
  • Wednesday – Tacky Sweater and Socks
  • Thursday – Pajama Day (no shorts!)
  • Friday – Santa Hat Day

  • More End of Course (EOC) exams! Algebra, Geometry, English, and US Civics.
  • State/Dual Credit Exams for Pre-Cal and Stats
  • Wonderful Wednesday
  • UTK/ETSU/TN TECH Scholarship Application Deadline

  • Looking ahead:

    December 17 – 19: Semester Final Exams.
  • Monday: Blocks 4 and 5
  • Tuesday: Blocks 1 and 2
    December 19: 1/2 day and make up exams.
    December 20 -  January 6th: Winter Break
    January 7: Start of Second Semester

    Past Week: December 3rd-December 7th, 2018

  • Mikayla Phillips sign a volleyball scholarship with Union College.
  • ACT Prep teachers make an impact on 57% of seniors who retook their tests in October.
  • A father’s appreciation for the random act of kindness from JROTC Cadet Dylan DeLorenzo. He brightened an autistic child’s day with 267 Chuck E. Cheese tickets … Thank you Dylan!!
  • Amber Douglas share her experiences of serving others through Global Leadership Adventures with the Interact Club.
  • Forensics sweep the competition at Sullivan East High School……Way to go, Trojans!!
  • T.I.M.E. Future Ready Students participated in the Hour of Code activities!
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