SAILS Application

 SAILS (Seamless Alignment and Integrated Learning Support) introduces the college developmental math curriculum in the high school senior year. By embedding the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Learning Support Math program in the high school Bridge Math course, students can get a head start on their college career. Students who successfully complete the program are ready to take a college math course, saving them time and money while accelerating their path to graduation.

Students who take the ACT their junior year and score less than a 19 in Math are required to take the Bridge Math course their senior year. In SAILS, these students can complete the college Learning Support Math program, preparing them for a college-level math course, which will give them a jump-start on their college career.

Why should I take a SAILS course?

In a SAILS classroom, students who have struggled in math can become successful. The program blends online instruction with individual assistance to give students the help they need. Students in SAILS save both time and money, gaining up to three semesters and saving $1,500 in college tuition. Students completing the program in the fall are eligible to take a college-level math class in spring and may qualify for Dual Enrollment Grant funds.

Currently Enrolled SAILS Math Students:

In order for you to get credit for completion of the SAILS math course, Northeast State Community College must create a personal account for you.  Please click on the link at the top to create your required account.  By clicking on this link, you agree to the following:

  • The information provided on this form will be used to create a record at the community college supporting my SAILS program, and that all information is protected under applicable privacy laws.  
  • Math scores and competencies acquired through the SAILS program will be recorded in both the College records management system and in a secure, centralized, statewide post-secondary SAILS database.  
  • Authorize any Tennessee Board of Regents or University of Tennessee System college or university to access these records when making placement decisions upon my application for admission to the institution.

For more information on the SAILS program, please contact: Malissa Trent