Mission Statement: To serve as a model rural school of excellence where all stakeholders prepare and excel.
Ugly Sweater Contest!
In honor of Christmas, we encourage all students, faculty, and staff to
wear Ugly Christmas sweaters on Tuesday December 11th. Our basketball
teams will be heading to Smith County to take on the Owls and we would
love to see you there!
Information about the 2019 Profile in Courage Essay Contest is available
on the guidance wall. This national scholarship is for any student in
Letterman Jacket Order Information!
Click on the link for information regarding letterman jacket order information
York Cross Country!
The York Cross Country teams competed in the TSSAA State Championship in
Nashville on Saturday.
The York girls finished 20th out of the 24 teams that qualify from across
the State. Lori Cook led York with a 23:16 and broke her own school
record. Also competing was Autumn Roberts, Charity Southerland, Izzy
Walker, Mckinley Waters, Sara Lapeer and Olivia Reagan.
Braden Leffew and Case Moody also qualified as individuals. Braden
finished with a 19:01 and set a new school record.
Check out our Library!
The YAI Library is open in-between classes, breakfast breaks, activity
periods, and during lunches to check out books, use a chromebook and do
research for classes. Stop in and see the latest book additions to the
library. The library is also open Monday thru Thursday until 4:00.
Freshmen can now check out books! Stop by!
Parents and Students...
Log on to Skyward to check out grades.
If you need log in information, contact Mrs. Brown in guidance!
Every day is a great day to be a Dragon!
A Big Thank YOU to all of you that had your classes bring items, brought
items yourself, bought class quantities of bake sale goodies and to those
of you that paid way too much for a brownie. We truly appreciate you.
This group worked very hard on this project and this is a great group of
kiddos. Thank also to those of you that nominated them for Student
Alvin C. York Institute is a public high school founded in 1926 by World War I hero Alvin York and later transferred to the state of Tennessee in 1937.
It is the only school in the United States that is financed and operated by the state and government.