Sevier County High School serves more than 1,700 students and it is a part of Sevier County Schools, which operates several elementary, middle and high schools. Sevier County High School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Its academic curriculum includes various subjects, such as English, math, science, American government, economics, and world history and geography. The curriculum also includes courses in family and consumer science, marketing, tourism, technology integration, and trade and industrial education. The school offers a variety of fine arts programs, including band, choir, drama, music, and visual and theater arts. In addition, it provides foreign language programs in Spanish, French and Latin. Sevier County High School also provides medical and rehabilitation services, including physical, occupational, speech, dance and music therapies. Located in Sevierville, Tenn., the school operates a student government and drama, ski and recycling clubs.