Holston Announcements

  • 8th Grade Dance Dress Code

    Appropriate dress is required for the entirety of the 8th Grade Dance. Please note the following guidelines when choosing your attire: Dresses should not have scooping necklines or backlines. The midriff should be covered (Please note this when looking at two-piece dresses). Dresses may have thin straps or no straps, as long as the dress can stay propped up without falling. The length of all dresses must be in accordance with Knox County dress code (at mid-thigh). Shoes must be worn at all times during the event. Choose your shoes wisely; you will not be able to walk around barefoot in the facility.

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  • 8th Grade Parents

    Show appreciation for your student by leaving them something special to remember their 8th-grade year! Ad prices range from $25-$150. Deadline to create is February 1, 2020. Don’t forget to purchase a yearbook after designing your student’s dedication page!

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  • Yearbooks

    Yearbooks are on sale for $35! Click the headline and search for Holston Middle School to place your online order by April 1, 2020. There will be a limited number of extras available for purchase when the yearbooks arrive in April. Order your yearbook today!

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  • 546 Students

    Our students excel inside and outside the classroom, and Holston Middle School is committed to providing them with the instruction, resources and support they need to achieve their goals. Investing in students not only helps them as individuals but also ensures a vibrant future for all of Knox County.

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  • 90 Staff

    Teachers, principals and support staff are the driving force behind our educational mission. Holston Middle School is committed to fostering a workplace culture that values employee contributions, equips employees to meet their professional goals and supports employees in the work of teaching and learning.

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  • At Holston Middle School:
    We own our choices. 
    We choose our attitude. 
    We commit to our success. 
    We represent our Hurricane Heritage.

  • Knox County Schools is committed to increasing academic achievement, eliminating disparities, and creating a positive culture.