AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS UNIVERSITY
A Tennessee Reward School and
National Blue Ribbon School
Congratulations Middle College Football Team
Class 1A Region 8 Champions.
For three years running, Middle College is the only school in Shelby County to make the TN Department of Education Reward School List for both Performance and Progress!
Top 1% of all high schools in the state
Top 5% of all high schools in the city
Among 30 schools from around the world to be named a 2017 America Achieves World-Leading Learning School.
Maintained a 100% Graduation Rate and College Acceptance Rate for the past 3 years.
Earned the US Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School designation in 2015.
Our students earned over 1,500 College Hours during the 2016/2017 School year.
Bailey Butler (2019)
Molly Gallagher (2019)
Elana Hampton (2018)
Kyle Hancock (2019)
Violeta Hassol-Barbosa (2019)
Jayton Hunter (2020)
Miraca Stokes (2020)
Adriel Wandja (2020)
Kevin Malone (2020)
Griffin Rich (2020)
Maya Morris (2020)
Katherine Parker (2020)
Each of these students have joined the MCHS ACT 30+ CLUB after receiving a 30 or higher on the ACT standardized test.
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Partial Shadowing Day 8:00am-12:00pm
Full Shadowing Day 8:00am-3:00pm
Thursday, January 16, 2020
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did you know?!
Middle College courses are ALL Honors level and above. Our students, who are college-ready, are enrolled at Christian Brothers University and/or in our on campus Dual-Enrollment program. Our students are afforded the opportunity to receive college credits while still in high school at no cost to them.
THe MCHS DIfference
Middle College High School is a personalized secondary school with an enrollment of students from a variety of communities in the Memphis metropolitan area. MCHS students may earn over 60 hours of college credits concurrently with their high school diploma. Academic support and college advisement are provided by Middle College and Christian Brothers University. College tuition and textbooks are purchased through Middle College High School and free to students.