Girls Relay team advances to state

“I’m very pleased on how our team performed at the region meet, even though they fell a little short of winning the championship this year,” Coach Todd Wilson said. “I couldn’t ask for a better group of swimmers. They worked very hard all season long. All of our swimmers dropped time throughout the season and many earned their best times ever in their event.” 

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Nine TCCHS students selected for HOSA conference

Thomas County Central High School had nine students attain scores in the Georgia HOSA Regional State Qualification Tests to advance to the Georgia HOSA State Leadership Conference (SLC). “The sate qualification tests are knowledge tests,” Cindy Griner, TCCHS HOSA advisor, said. “The top 70 students in each test category qualify to attend the state leadership conference to compete at the state level.”

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Students work to create yearbook

Each year, working behind the scenes, a group of high school students put together the Thomas County Central High School yearbook. Journalism students work all year long to create the 300-page book. “It’s a big job,” Journalism teacher Laura Parkerson said. “It takes a while to get all of the information and pictures together before you can even begin to design the page.”

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TCCHS wins nine medals, award in academic competiti

Thomas County Central High School students brought home nine medals and a quiz bowl award from the 12th annual Andrew College Academic Competition.

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TCCHS Key Club celebrates membership boost

Thomas County Central High School Key Club, during its January 2016 meeting, recognized new members and honored its participants for services rendered, thus far, this school year.

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FBLA wins 5th region title

FBLA students dominated the Future Business Leaders Region 1 Leadership Conference & Competition, held Jan. 15 at the Southern Regional College in Moultrie. Approximately 60 students participated in more than 100 events. TCCHS defended its title and earned 30 first place medals, 17 second place medals, nine third place medals, and numerous other top 10 medals. Thirty-three students will move on to FBLA State Leadership Conference & Competition. “We won region for the fifth time in a row,” senior member Mason Lawing said. “That is quite the achievement considering the size of our region.” FBLA Advisor Nicholas Haskin said he “could not be more proud of this amazing group of young women and men.”

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Athletic Highlights

Kalyn Christopher, Senior #4

"No weapon formed against me shall prosper."

Favorite Subject: Math, it is easy to me

Favorite Sport: Basketball, I like how we
become more than teammates

Plans after high school: Attend Fort Valley University
and join the reserves

Food: French Fried or Pizza
Movie: The Lion King
Book: The Road to Memphis

Place I'd like to travel: New York
Person I'd like to meet: Michelle Obama



Accent on Academics



Thomas County Central High School teachers find ways to expand students’ knowledge in all subjects and electives. Students do hands on activities to learn the material they are studying. No matter the class, learning is always happening whether it be doing a lab in Environmental Science, learning about stem cells in Biology, or even shooting a news show.


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Here is Mr. Bob Parrish, retired Thomas County educator, who is the main speaker for the Exchange Club's Freedom Shrine rededication that occured on November 11, 2015.





<<February 2016>>


Wilhelm receives Wendy's High School Heisman recognition

Senior Conley Wilhelm was named as the Thomas County Central High School winner in the Wendy’s High School Heisman competition. Wilhelm, though not selected as a state finalist, is happy to have earned the recognition.

“I am happy to be named as our high school’s winner,” Wilhelm said. “It is something nice to put on a college application, and it was really nice to get recognition for being a student athlete.”

The Wendy’s High School Heisman, according to its official website, honors “the nation’s most esteemed high school seniors.” It is an award that honors excellence, dedication and achievement in learning and leadership in the classroom, on the field, and within the community.

“To apply, you had to have at least a 3.0 (GPA) and participate in a varsity sport,” Wilhelm explained. “I had to fill out an online application that involved questions about sports, education, and community service.”

Coach Bill Wilhelm, Conley’s father and a teacher/coach at TCCHS, is proud of his son’s accomplishments, both as a student and an athlete.

“Conley has been involved in five sports every year of his high school career,” Bill Wilhelm said. “To keep at least a 3.0 and to letter in five varsity sports is unbelievable.”

As a school winner, Conley will receive a certificate and a Wendy’s High School Heisman patch for his letterman jacket.

“We are always pleased when our students are successful both in and out of the classroom,” TCCHS Principal Trista Jones said. “Conley has certainly made the most of his years here at TCCHS, playing multiple sports and excelling academically. We are proud of his accomplishments.”