Competition Cheer team competes

Thomas County Central High School Competition Cheerleaders are in the midst of their season. The team already has several competitions and placements under its pompoms and more opportunities to show off their skills and compete against other teams are scheduled, including a region showdown in November.

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Jalen Greene was selected as the door prize winner at the TCCHS Career Fair on October 28.  The prize was given by Advanced Medical Group/Thomas Drug Stores.  Students who visited the booth were allowed to register, and a winning name was drawn to receive the candy prize.  Jalen is pictured with Beth Adams, Director of the TCCHS PREP Academy.  The career fair is sponsored by the PREP Academy and open to 11th and 12th grade students through their English classes. 

Johns joins "Best of the Nest"

The new TCCHS assistant band director, Paul Johns, has a passion for teaching music.

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Freshmen study Greek Mythology

Thomas County Central High School freshmen literature students are studying Greek Mythology and learning how those stories are still relevant in today’s world.

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TCCHS uses Pacer Test

Thomas County Central High School is emphasizing personal fitness by putting its Physical Education students through their paces. New state standards require each student in a high school P.E. class to participate in the Pacer Test, which measures cardiorespiratory endurance.

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Taylor named WBL Student of Month

Parker Taylor, a Thomas County Central High School senior employed by JLLS through TCCHS’s Work-Based Learning program has been named the WBL Student of the Month for October 2014.

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Athletic Highlights

#1 Hannah Johnson, Junior
"Make it count."

Best Sports Memory: Hitting a walk-off double to beat the South Georgia Hurricanes and win the championship in the summer of 2014

Athletic Goal: Work hard. Keep focused. Stay positive.

Favorite Subject: Anatomy, I like learning about nutrition and the human body.

Future Plans: Attend school to become an architect.


Accent on Academics

Thomas County Central’s chemistry students recently celebrated Mole Day.  Celebrated annually on October 23 from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m., Mole Day commemorates Avogadro's Number (6.02 x 1023), which is a basic measuring unit in chemistry. Mole Day was created as a way to foster interest in chemistry.  This year’s theme was “Mole-o-ween.”  Students made posters and T-shirts, wore tattoos, and ate “mol”asses cookies and drank coca“mola.”  


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