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Address:141 Wildcat Drive

Linn, MO 65051

573-897-4216

573-897-4570 (fax)

Linn is located in central Missouri, 25 miles east of Jefferson City and 60 miles southeast of Columbia. Linn is classified AA by the MO Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education. There are approximately 330 students enrolled in grades 7-12.


Administration:

Dena Smith    Superintendent

Tim Bower       Principal

Michael Fible   Assist. Principal

Emma Williams  Spec. Ed Director

Michael Fible     Athletic Director

April Noblett       11-12 Counselor

Shannon Wolfe    6-10 Counselor

Eric Morfeld         Technology Coordinator

April Noblett          A+ Coordinator


School Schedule:

170 academic days

18 week semesters

5 day week

7 period day

50 minute period


 Grading Scale:

A4.0095-100
A-3.6790-94
B+3.3387-89
B3.0084-86
B-2.6780-83
C+2.3377-79
C2.074-76
C-1.6770-73
D+1.3367-69
D1.064-66
D-0.6760-63
F0.0059 & below

Graduation Requirements:

Language Arts (English) 4 units
Math 3 units
Science 3 units
Social Studies 3 units
Fine Arts 1 unit
Practical Arts 1 unit
Physical Education 1 unit
Health .5 unit
Finance .5 unit
Electives 7 units
Total Requirements24 units

Class of 2019 Profile:

# of Graduates                63

# Bright Flights                 2

Attending 4 year schools  36%

Attending 2 year schools   25%

Attending 1 yr/specialty     3%

Military                             5%

Work Force                      16%

Earned A+ Scholarship       68%


A+ School:
Linn High School is a participant in the Missouri A+ Schools Program. The successful graduating A+ student will receive reimbursement for the cost of tuition and some fees for post-secondary education at a Missouri community college or technical school. Transcripts will be stamped with an "A+" if the student is eligible for reimbursement.



Activities:
Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities. Some of the activities include marching band, Color Guard, vocal music, cheerleading, girls softball, boys baseball, girls and boys basketball, cross country, track, volleyball, golf, and soccer. Some of the clubs are National Honor Society, TREND, NAHS, FCCLA, FFA, FCS, RAK, Athletic Club, Academic Team, Student Council, Art Club, Book Club, Guitar Club, Young Democrates, Tri-M, and WYSE.