The Academic Booster Club is a parent volunteer organization whose purpose is to support the academic achievement and academic improvement of Mount Vernon High School students. 
The goals of this organization are:
  • To recognize students for academic achievement and academic progress.
  •  To promote community awareness and encourage academic excellence at Mount Vernon High School and Knox County Career Center.
  • To recognize teachers and staff for service and support to the school community.
  • To provide programs and information to help students prepare for college or other post-high school programs.

 

The MVHS Academic Boosters will meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the MVHS library at 7PM. 

Academic Letter

How to Earn Academic Points

A student must accumulate twenty (20) points to be awarded an Academic Letter. He/she will receive a chevron upon accumulating an additional twenty points for a total of forty (40) points. A second chevron pin is given upon the accumulation of sixty (60) points. If a student accumulates eighty (80) points or more, he/she receives the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. These awards are presented at the Academic Booster Club Award Celebration in May. Student totals are based on points earned by the end of the third nine-week grading period.
 
Earning Points Details on earning points can be found in the Student Handbook and questions should be directed to the MVHS Guidance Office.
 
 
 
MVHS Academic Boosters Officers
President
Kathy Elliott Pullins
 
Vice President
Amy Williams
 
Secretary
Dena Hooley and Cindy Adrian
 
Treasurer 
Katie Bockover
 
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