Academic Achievement Honored

TCCHS students who attended the All A Lunch Friday included: (front row, left to right) Erin Pearson, Jane Guo, Hannah Dixon, Jordan Bush, Zack Johnson; (middle row, left to right) April Daily, Shamaria Daniels, Anne Marie Holland, Kiara Tramel, Faith Miller, DaWayne Harrell and Jacob Hancock; (back row, left to right) Chelcie Nix, Chandler Watson, Cole Donovan, Austin Yeomans, Tessa McCorkle, Jaym Densing and Drake Johnson.

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Attendance Policies

Late Arrivals/Tardies: Students who arrive on campus after 8:00 a.m. must sign in at the front office. 

Early Dismissals:  Students who need to leave school before regular dismissal must bring a signed note from their parent/guardian stating the time of and reason for the early dismissal.  If a note is not provided, the parent must sign the student out in the front office. Students may only be signed out by persons listed on their student summary page. Proper identification will be required to sign a student out. Parents/guardians are asked to update their student's information regularly.

Messages and items left for students will be delivered during the school day. Students will not be called out of class unless there is an emergency.

Please see More Information for a full explanation of our Attendance Policies.

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TCCHS Students Excel on College Board Exams

  Ninety-three Thomas County Central High School (TCCHS) students took 126 College Board Advanced Placement exams over a period of two weeks in May. The exams lasted between three and four hours and are the culminating event of a year of very hard work. Results of the rigorous tests were recently released.  School officials are pleased with the results.

Students who scored a 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement exam were treated to lunch on Wednesday, August 13.


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Attention Parents! We need your input!

Parents, we need your feedback and suggestions.  Please take a moment to complete our online survey by clicking the link below.  The survey is available now through Friday, September 5, 2014.  We value your feedback and appreciate you taking the time share it with us!

Parent Survey

Future Jacket Cheer Camp

The Thomas County Central cheerleaders will host the 2014 Future Jacket Cheer Camp on August 23, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. The camp is open to girls ages K-4th grade and cost $50.00 per participant. Each girl will receive a t-shirt, a water bottle, and a ticket to the opening home football game on September 5, 2014 where they will perform a pregame dance and cheer. Registration forms should be returned to Carrie Lasseter at TCCHS no later than August 11, 2014. CLICK HERE for registration information.

Register Now for the Jack O'Lantern Jog!

Support the Thomas County Elementary Schools by signing up for the Jack O'Lantern Jog!

When: Saturday, October 18, 2014

Where: TCMS and Hand-in-Hand Campuses

Click here to download the Registration Form

Click here to see the T-Shirt Design

Click here to register online

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