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Thomas County Central High School Region 1-AAAAA Champions! TCCHS students before the football game against Thomasville High School. TCCHS Lady Jackets Softball - Region 1-AAAAA Champions! TCCHS Dazzlers on Senior Night 2016. TCCHS students use technology in the classroom. TCCHS Yellow Jacket Marching Band. TCCHS students prepare food bags through the Chick-fil-a Leader Academy. TCCHS Lady Jackets Softball team is Region 1-AAAAA Champions. TCCHS cheerleaders at Senior Night 2016. TCCHS students use technology in the classroom. TCCHS football team takes the field for a home game. TCCHS cheerleaders at Healthy Habits Day at Hand in Hand. TCCHS Student Council and Student Ambassadors meet with local officials at a Town Hall style meeting. TCCHS Dazzlers perform during halftime of a football game.

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Buzz Holding Computer TCCHS Chromebook Information

Attention Parents!

If you were unable to attend one of the meetings regarding the Chromebooks that will be issued to students at Thomas County Central High School, you can access the information via the links below.  

TCCHS Chromebook Informational Video - Please watch this video first.  

Parent/Student Chromebook Letter/Contract - Print, sign, and return this letter.  The letter should be returned to the student's second period teacher.  These should be returned as soon as possible.  

Frequently Asked Questions - This document contains a list of frequently asked questions and answers.

If you have any more questions, please contact the school or email Mrs. Lindsay Thompson at lthompson@tcjackets.net.

Future Farmers of America emblem TCCHS Ag Livestock Team Advances to State

Members of Thomas County Central High School’s ​FFA Livestock Evaluation team proved they know their stuff during the South Region Livestock Judging Career Development Event.

The team placed second overall in the event, held in Ocilla on Nov. 15, and advanced to state competition; member Tori Stringer was named the second-highest scorer in the entire event.

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TCCHS I.N.S.P.I.R.E. students (left to right) La'Darion Graham, Abby Fielding, Billy Daniels and Thalia Reyes pose for a photo during their recent trip to the FAMU campus TCCHS students get I.N.S.P.I.R.E.’d by college trip

One club at Thomas County Central High School is working to inspire its students to be successful in their academic careers.

I.N.S.P.I.R.E. stands for “Illuminating and Navigating Successfully Propelling Ingenuity through Real world Experiences.” The club is focused on first generation high school and college graduates.

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Senior Loren Osgatharp earned five awards including this first-place watercolor “Pumpkins and Melons,” made in honor of her favorite season TCCHS art students place in Deep South Fair Youth Art Show

The best homegrown young talent shone brighter than the midway lights at the 2016 Deep South Fair Youth Art Show.

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Athletic Highlights


Nathan Gaskin

"It ain't about how hard you hit; it's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That's how winnning's done."

Best sports memory: FCA football camp 2016.

Favorite sport: Football, it is the only sport I play.

Favorite subject: Science, I love making reactions happen and figuring out why.

Plans after high school: Attend Georgia Southern and major in Mechanical Engineering.

Other activities: FFA

Other favorites:
Person I'd like to meet: Sylvester Stallone

Place I'd like to travel: Alaksa
Food: Steak

Book: The Bible
Movie: The Expendables

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The 10th grade students from Ms. Davis, Ms. Edgar, and Mr. Bell's language arts classes will be participating in a state writing contest sponsored by the Booth Western Art Museum located in Cartersville, GA . The contest is based on turning a piece of art into a text. This creative writing project allows students to observe art ( paintings and sculptures ) from the museum and create a short story, a narrative poem, or an essay using the artwork as inspiration. As a part of the process, author of Western literature, T.W. Lawrence visited students via video conference Monday, Nov. 14th. Lawrence helped students to understand the real reason behind writing and how to create a story based on a work of art. Students were able to ask Mr. Lawrence questions about the process of writing, how to build characters and setting and also a few personal questions. After the visit, students were excited about getting to write stories of their own.
 Students will be submitting essays December 3rd 

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Thomas County Central and the Tobacco Free Coalition of Southwest Georgia have partnered together to make all Thomas County Schools a tobacco free environment.