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Thomas County Central High School Students at a recent basketball game against Cairo. We got pinked! TCCHS Wrestling TCCHS baseball Boys basketball team TCCHS swimming TCCHS Chorale performing TCCHS Wrestling TCCHS baseball Seniors at Powder Puff Boys basketball TCCHS swimming TCCHS Wrestling TCCHS baseball Students waiting to give blood Boys basketball team TCCHS Chorale performing

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TCCHS students place at Andrew College competition

A group of Thomas County Central High School students put their academic acumen to the test in a recent competition. These students took part in the annual Andrew College Academic Competition Wednesday, Feb. 7.

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 Thomas County Central High School region National History Day winners celebrate their accomplishments. TCCHS holds NHD competition

Thomas County Central High School held its National History Day competition Tuesday, Feb. 6. Winners were selected in a variety of categories and special awards were presented to specific projects.

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TCCHS is prepping for prom

Thomas County Central High School’s 2018 prom is Saturday, March 17. The “Roaring 20s” themed event will be held at the Old Central High School Gym from 8 to 11:30 p.m.

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TCCHS STAR student Sierra Stephens and her chosen STAR teacher Judy Holwell share a love for biology and observing the intricacies of life. TCCHS's Stephens, Holwell earn STAR recognition

Sierra Stephens, 17, has been named the Thomas County Central High School Class of 2018 STAR student.

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SBHC School-Based Health Center: Serving All Students and Staff

Thomas County Schools is pleased to announce the opening of a School-Based Health Center on Friday, January 12, 2018. The School-Based Health Center is located on the campus of Thomas County Middle School. The health center will be open to all Thomas County School System students, regardless of which school they attend. The school system will provide transportation from other Thomas County Schools to the health clinic for students who need to be seen there.

Please click on the link below to access the consent form and the health information packet for your child. The completed forms may be returned to your child's school or to the School-Based Health Center. There will be prize drawings held to encourage the return of the consent forms and health packets. The prizes include free pizza coupons, movie passes, Wild Adventure passes, and many more. 

Link: School-Based Health Center Registration Packets for Students and Staff

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Accent on Academics

TCCHS I.N.S.P.I.R.E. members excel at College Fair

On Saturday, Jan. 27 Thomas County Central High School I.N.S.P.I.R.E. Club members traveled to the Georgia World Congress Center for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities' Honda Battle of the Bands College Fair. Once they reached the Georgia Ballroom in Building C, college admissions counselors began to grab the members’ attention to call them to their table to give them more information about their school. Virginia Union University, Miles College and Alabama A&M University showed great interest in I.N.S.P.I.R.E. members. “The college fair was amazing and gave me an opportunity to view other colleges” senior Michael Moody said. “My favorite part was getting accepted to Tuskegee and Alabama A&M.” Along with Michael, 10 other club members received scholarships and on the spot acceptance. Kordae?'? Bowden, Robert Scott and Carlie Dismuke received acceptance to Miles College. Da?sh?a Mitchell, Michael Moody and Caleb Moore were accepted to Tuskegee University and Alabama A&M University. De’Ra?j?ona Bass was accepted into Talladega College. Brianna Kennedy and Angel?ena Lankford were accepted to Virginia Union University.

After celebrating their success, the I.N.S.P.I.R.E. club ventured to the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium to watch the Honda Battle of the Bands. In this event, the top eight HBCU bands compete for college scholarship money. The battle was an interesting event for I.N.S.P.I.R.E. members. Club member Robert Scott thoroughly enjoyed the battle and said it made him see band in a new light. Sophomore Cameron Moore believes the event “was a great way to end a day that began and ended in success.”


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