It's a Yellow Jacket Christmas CDs

This Christmas season at TCCHS teachers are lending a helping hand in a unique way: by sharing their voices. A group of teachers came together to record a CD in order to raise funds for the annual Shop with a Yellow Jacket (SWAYJ) project. The CD is titled “It’s a Yellow Jacket Christmas 2014” and CDs are $10 apiece.

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FBLA walks for March of Dimes

Thomas County Central High School Future Business Leader of America club members traveled to Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain Nov. 23. Each year, Callaway puts on “Fantasy in Lights,” a display of Christmas lights that cars can drive through. FBLA members walked the eight-mile path in support of the March of Dimes.

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FBLA attends Fall Leadership conference

The Thomas County Central High School Future Business Leaders of America leadership team participated in the Fall Leadership conference Nov. 18-19 in Athens.

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Student Council attends summit

Members of Thomas County Central High School’s Student Council recently attended the Georgia Association of Student Councils Leadership Summit 2014.

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TCCHS Students aid Backpack Buddies program

Each Thursday afternoon students at Thomas County Central High School take time to assemble food packages. These packages are distributed on Fridays to high school students who are at risk of not having food over the weekend and during school breaks through the Backpack Buddies program.

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Robotics Teams Compete

The TCCHS robotics team, CyberStingers Gold, members are Jameson Smith, A.J. Rowell, Austin Ridley, Chris Geer, and Steven Tran. The team won the Finalist Alliance trophy at the FTC qualifier sponsored by L.E.D. Robotics at Southern Polytechnic State University the weekend of December 6.

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Athletic Highlights

Joshua Williams, Senior #3
Basketball & Cross Country
"Winners never quit and quitters never win."

Best sports memory: Making it to State
in Cross Contry

Notable Stat: 15 points in key game
at FSU camp

Favorite Subject: Math, I like working
with numbers

Future Plans: Attend Georgia Southern


Accent on Academics

New Georgia Milestones testing: CLICK HERE to view presentation

Parents Guide to New Tests in Georgia: CLICK HERE to view webpage



AP Physics students applied their knowledge of the law of conservation of energy to engineer bungee cords by connecting rubber bands together.  Students first determined the spring constant of the rubber band. Then they considered the weight, height of the drop, length of the rubber band, and the spring constant to calculate how many rubber bands would be needed for a Barbie doll to bungee drop from the rail in the gym and come as close to the floor as possible, without touching it.  All groups reached less than a meter. 

Ashley Thomas, AJ Rowell, Tyler West, and Richard Rountree had the drop that came closest to the floor without touching it.


Video Spotlight



This Video Spotlight is a preview of the Lady Jackets Basketball Season. This video was made by Jade Guyton.




<<December 2014>>


Thomas County Central High School held their annual football banquet on Monday evening in the TCCHS cafeteria. All athletes received recognition for the 2014 season. Award winners pictured front (left to right) Ernest Harris (Bobby Stewart Award); Derrick Brock (Most Improved Defense); Donne Ponder (Ritchie Roddenberry Jacket Pride); Austin Bryant (Wendall Johnson Award); back (left to right) Jared Eaton (Ed Pilcher Jacket Award); Noah Harnevious ( Puppy Walden Offensive Award); Logan Potter (Frank Delaney Academic Award); and Ryan Sherrod (Most Improved Offense Award).

Three Thomas County Athletes were recognized at the 6th annual “In the Game High School Sports Magazine” South Georgia High School Football Awards Banquet held at the James H. Rainwater Conference Center on Tuesday evening. Former UGA Head football coach Vince Dooley was the keynote speaker. Area high school athletes were recognized. Pictured with Coach Bill Shaver are Jared Eaton (Defensive Player Award), Austin Bryant (Wiregrass Georgia Technical College Academic Player of the Year for South Georgia), and Noah Harnevious (Offensive Player Award).