Soddy Daisy High School

T.I.M.E (Future Ready Institute)



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The Trojan Institute of Media and Entrepreneurship offers a unique career-based education through smaller learning communities. At SDHS, our institute focuses on Entrepreneurship and Video Production. In our small learning community, reduced class sizes and individual attention is a huge benefit.

The student will be grouped with other students that share the same interest. The community will help students that are interested in a particular field by providing better learning opportunities based on real-world experiences.

If you think about treating the T.I.M.E.'s small learning community like college: students spend their first two years taking required core classes along with entry-level courses in Video Production and Entrepreneurship. Students would then decide on one or more of these career paths to focus on. More in-depth classes exploring one or more of the T.I.M.E. areas of study would be available for the students during their junior and senior years.

T.I.M.E.
is built on four principles:
  • Relevant Instruction
  • Partnerships Beyond School
  • Post-Secondary Jump Start
  • Student Choice




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Student Ambassador - Future Ready Institute

Mission: The Ambassadors Program is a student-led organization that represents the student body at SDHS in a variety of roles that range from raising awareness of our various college and career academies among businesses, other outside organizations, parents, and prospective academy students. They also participate in citywide programs.

The duties of the Student Ambassador include:
  • Attend Ambassador Training.
  • Conduct visitor tours of Soddy Daisy High School and our Future Ready Institute.
  • Serve as host for open house events, workshops, college fairs, etc.
  • Serve in other leadership capacities as requested.

    Read more about being an Ambassador.

Apply for SDHS T.I.M.E. Student Ambassador

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What is a Future Ready Institute Partner? A Future Ready Institute School Partner’s role may consist of a business or community organization willing to support the growth and development of Hamilton County’s future talent and able to establish a formal partnership agreement with SDHS T.I.M.E.

The overall partnership will result in the collaboration of the school and partner in preparing students for a successful post-secondary life. Partnership activities will vary, depending on the institute’s needs and business interests, and available resources.

Read more on becoming an SDHS T.I.M.E. Community Partner!

Are you interested in becoming a valuable SDHS T.I.M.E. partner?
Contact: Karyn Cox, SDHS Future Ready Institute Administrator 
Karen Mitchell, Lead Teacher
423.332.8828

Partnership Agreement Form (PDF)



During the first semester of freshman year, T.I.M.E, students participate in:
  • Field Trip to TV Station (Video Production) 
  • Field Trip to Camp Lookout for the beginning of the year team building event. 
  • T.I.M.E. T-shirts (Team Building including all Video Production, Entrepreneurship)

During the second semester of freshman year, T.I.M.E, students participate in:
  • Field Trip to TV Station (Video Production) 
  • Whole Future Ready Institute PBL event to introduce students to the Entrepreneurship program.
  • Promoting T.I.M.E. to the community to build our program, make connections, and present our successes.

Future enrichment ideas for 10th-12th grade students in the T.I.M.E:
  • Field Trip to Startup Week (T.I.M.E students to network with Community Entrepreneurs) 
  • Field Trip to Amazon (Marketing, Customer Service, Fulfillment Center Management)  
  • Field Trip Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta (Marketing, Media, Online Ticket Sales)
  • Field Trip to RTIC at the Chattanooga Police Department (Real Time Information Center - Digital Media, Technology)

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TECH-TRACK DUAL CREDIT 

SDHS students who pass the designated number of courses in the area of:
  • Business Management,
  • Entrepreneurship or
  • Marketing Management

may sit for the corresponding end of course assessment(s) and earn 3 college credits for in INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (BUSN 1305) at Chattanooga State.

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INDUSTRY CERTIFICATIONS

Adobe Certified Associate (ACA)
  • Premiere
  • Photoshop

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