GP Anglers - Mission Statement

To promote the sport of high school fishing by enabling students to use newly acquired skills to aid in becoming more well-rounded students, anglers, and community leaders. Being a GP Anglers exposes students to all of the possibilities that competitive bass fishing has to offer as well as the possibility of earning scholarships for continuing education.

 

The GP Anglers is a competitive fishing team that competes against some of the best high school anglers in our state. To be a GP Angler, you need to become a national member of BASS (Bassmaster) as well as a state member of the Tennessee Nation BASS. In some cases, access to a boat is necessary for some members to be able to compete.

Fishing on the college level is also a possibility. The GP Anglers have one student that has reached the college level of competition and the possibilities are there for more.

We represent the Best high school in the state so high expectations for good grades and good behavior are expected.

From L to R:  Mr. Ricky Roberts, Seth Montgomery, Brier Howard, Carlitos Lopez, Dalton Shults, Matthew Hughes (from Jeff. Co), Logan Howell (from Jeff. Co), and Mr. Kevin Solomon. 

The Sevier County Board of Education is committed to taking immediate action to eliminate harassment on the basis of disability, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects.  The Sevier County Board of Education does not tolerate harassment on the basis of disability.  Students and school personnel who believe that they have been subjected to harassment on the basis of disability are encouraged to report the harassment to the District.  Those students, parents, and school personnel who believe they have been subjected to harassment on the basis of disability are encouraged to contact their principal or the Director of Student Services and ADA/Section 504/Title II Coordinator, Dr. John Enloe, (865)453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee  37862.  Those students or employees who have been found to engage in acts of harassment on the basis of disability will be promptly disciplined up to and including suspension and/or dismissal.  Students, parents, and school personnel are encouraged to work together to prevent harassment on the basis of disability.  

 

The Sevier County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age (40 and over), sex, special education status, religion, pregnancy, military/veteran status, or genetic information in provision of educational opportunities, programs, activities, or employment opportunities/benefits.  Inquiries, questions or complaints related to students or disabilities should be referred to your principal or to the Director of Student Services and ADA/Section 504/Title II Coordinator: Dr. John Enloe, (865) 453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862.  Inquiries, questions or complaints related to employees should be referred to your principal or to the Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Human Resources: Karen King, (865) 453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862.  If you have questions or concerns regarding any of the above, please call the main office at 865-453-4671.