Please contact the Mrs. Cyndi Johnson if you have any questions or concerns.
About the Counselor
My name is Cyndi Johnson and I am the school counselor for Bledsoe County High School. I attended the University of TN, Knoxville where I earned a BS in Child & Family Studies
with a minor in Psychology and a MS in Rehabilitation Counseling. I obtained my School Counseling Licensure through the University of TN, Martin.
I am married with two boys, Lucas and Jacob. My husband, Jerry, is a paramedic who works in the Emergency Department for Erlanger.
My passion is college/career planning and instilling a belief in students that they can pursue their dreams and continue their education after Bledsoe County High School. Students
have a variety of options and opportunities available to them to follow their passions and find careers they love not just jobs they tolerate.
I love UT Football and Lady Vols Basketball as well as reading a wide range of books. I also enjoy dreaming on Pinterest, watching HGTV, and travel.
- 2018 Better Business Bureau Scholarship
- Austin Prater Memorial Scholarship Application Packet.pages.pdf
- Crystal Green Memorial Scholarship
- Foundation for Rural Service
- JLV College Counseling
- River Valley AgCredit Scholarship
- Scholarship_List (2).xlsx
- Student Scholarship Search
Tennessee Scholars is a workforce development, rewards and incentives, and HONOR for students who graduate high school with the required courses and additional expectations of attendance, discipline, and volunteer service. It is open to all students who qualify.
HOW DO I BECOME A TENNESSEE SCHOLAR?
To become a Tennessee Scholar you must complete the following steps:
1. Apply through your school counselor
2. Complete all of the requirements for Tennessee Scholars
3. Counselor verifies information and sends information to State
4. Student completes the Online Student Survey at the link listed below:
Tennessee Scholar packets can be picked up from Mrs. Johnson. For more information on the Tennessee Scholars program please visit the Tennessee Scholars website.