We are open for business! Come see us Monday-Friday, from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM, and on Saturdays, from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM, weather permitting! We have too many different flowers and vegetable varieties to mention, so please come and browse!
Peabody Spring Sports This Week
Please refer to the ‘PHS Campus Calendar’ and ‘Upcoming Events’ on the left hand side of the page for all of the current week’s scheduled games/eventsevents!
Simply hover the cursor over the gray bar of the date you want to see.
Beta Club State Convention Winners
This year Beta Club's state convention was held virtually. Peabody had several students compete in competitions facing hundreds of students across the state. The following students placed in their areas.
5th place in 12th grade Agriscience.
5th place Digital Art Division 1
4th Place Mixed Media Art Division 1
2nd place in 9th grade Spanish
|The team below placed 2nd in the state for Freshmen Problem Solving|
|Gracie Graves||Ximena Cappitillo-Vega||Jacob Voigt|
We are proud of these students for stepping up and representing Peabody!
TCAP Family Portal
Each year, TCAP (Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program) tests are designed to assess what our students know and what we can do to help them succeed in the future. They provide feedback about students' academic progress and how it aligns with grade-level expectations. Now families can find detailed, personalized information about their student’s progress on the TCAP Family Portal.
EOC 2021 Spring Schedule
2021 Tennessee Governor’s Schools
The 2021 Tennessee Governor’s Schools provide eleven challenging and high-intensity summer programs for rising 11th and 12th grade students nominated by high school faculty. Each of the Governor’s Schools are held on college and university campuses across the state and offer a unique learning environment for students interested in the arts, humanities, agriculture, science, STEM programs, advanced mathematics, physics, leadership, international studies, Tennessee history, or potential teaching careers. Students who are interested in participating in a Governor’s School should rank in the top of their high school class in academic performance/capability or be highly talented in the arts. Some Governor’s Schools award college credit for courses completed during the program. All students who complete a summer Governor’s School program will graduate with state distinction.
Interested students will be required to submit an application, all necessary/required supplemental application requirements, and receive a minimum of two teacher recommendations that will identify the applicant as talented, highly motivated, and mature. Students may request an application from Ms. Sunni in the School Counseling office. **PLEASE NOTE: Ms. Sunni does require that you TYPE your application. She will be sharing with you copies of the application that you will be required to submit via Google Classroom.
Each of the Governor’s Schools have different application deadlines. It is important that students complete the application and all other application requirements by the deadline set by Peabody, not by each of the TN Governor's Schools.
More information can be found at the link below. Remember, do not print these applications, please obtain an application from her.