Jail HiSET Graduation
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the most recent graduating classes from the Inmate High School Equivalency (HSE) Program.
Audrey Clevenger, Kymber Green, Paul Murphy, Rachel Parson, Tabitha Kirk, and Andy Travis received their high school equivalency diplomas in a ceremony held at the jail chapel.
Gerold Muhne, Jasmine Morgan, Joshua Baughman, and Rick Royal also received their diplomas. They completed their sentence before the scheduled graduation ceremony. They will receive their diplomas in the mail.
The graduation ceremony was attended by family, deputies, jail administration, and Judge Katy Olita. After the ceremony graduates and attendees enjoyed cake and drinks provided by an anonymous donor.
The HSE program allows adults who left high school before graduation earn their high school equivalency diploma. Participants take an initial assessment test, receive classroom instruction based on their academic needs, and complete a standardized exam.
The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Educational Opportunity Center at Austin Peay State University for paying the testing fees, Adult Literacy Council for providing workbooks and classroom materials, and the Clarksville Montgomery County School System for providing diplomas and diploma holders.