Parent & Student Resources

Whether you’ve been part of our family, or are new to IHS, below are lists of resources for both students and parents to utilize. If you can’t find what you need, use the Search Box at the bottom of any page or in our school website menu at the top, or contact us for assistance.

Getting your Driver’s Permit?

A Compulsory Attendance letter is required as proof of school attendance when a student applies for their driver’s permit.

If the student already has a driver’s permit that is issued in the state of Tennessee and it has not expired, they will not need this letter to take the driver’s license test or to renew a permit (the state already has a letter on file from when the student initially took their permit test).

If the student has a license or permit from another state, or their Tennessee permit is expired, they will need this letter.

Compulsory Attendance Letter

Parking Permits

2020-2021 Online Parking Permit Application & Payment Coming Soon

Students who have never purchased a parking pass must take the Checkpoint Training class.

AP US History Summer Reading

 Please purchase a copy of AMSCO (either the 2018 or 2020 edition) or borrow from a current student. You will need the book for this assignment. It will also serve as our main text throughout the year.  The summer reading assignment will be due Friday August 14th.

If you are unable to get a copy of the AMSCO book for this assignment, please contact Mrs. Leonard for a digital copy to use over the summer.

AP US History Summer Reading Assignment

AP Human Geography

Students enrolled in A.P. Human Geography for the 2020-2021 school year need to gather up Summer Supplies and work through the Summer Assignment. There will be an A.P. Human Geography Boot Camp held July 16 and July 23 at Independence High School. Registration and a description of the Boot Camp activities can be found below. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Ragland.

Boot Camp

Summer Supplies

Summer Assignment

Game Days

Checkpoints Driving

Williamson County Schools requires that all NEW drivers attend and complete the Checkpoints Driving course PRIOR to driving on campus. The purpose of this course is to inform parents/students of ways to prevent distracting behaviors while driving and reduce the risk of accidents. All classes will be held via Zoom throughout the summer 2020. Dates and Locations for FALL classes will be determined at a later date.  To register for a summer course, please click the link below. Registration for each date will close 24 hours prior to the start of the class.  A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registered participants, along with other meeting information, the morning of the meeting.   If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Grindstaff .

Checkpoints Registration