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Thomas County Central High School Junior Caroline Fuller prepares to swing in a recent tennis match. Senior Ethan Hopper, pitcher. TCCHS students prepare food bags through the Chick-fil-a Leader Academy. TCCHS students before the football game against Thomasville High School. Senior Avery Barrett returns a hit during her recent tennis match. TCCHS students use technology in the classroom. Region 1-AAAAA Champions! Junior Shavani Patel concentrates on her return hit in a recent tennis match. Seniors Earnest McCormick, Derrick Brock, Kelias Williams and VJ Scott await their signings on National Signing Day. TCCHS Lady Jackets Softball - Region 1-AAAAA Champions! TCCHS students use technology in the classroom. Senior Kaleb Carter checks his swing in a recent baseball game. Sophomores Chase Darley and Dev Patel celebrate winning a game in a recent match. TCCHS Student Council and Student Ambassadors meet with local officials at a Town Hall style meeting.

Current News

2017-2018 9th Grade Orientation Night

TCCHS hosted an orientation for students who will be in the 9th grade in the 2017-2018 school year. Click below to view the video showing our elective course offerings.


TCCHS students Charadi Paytee, Dondre Daniels, Blake Kirkendoll, Sanny Patel, Arina Warren, Leigh Barwick (teacher), Ilyria Johns, and Eurica Bush pause for the camera with some of the donated items. TCCHS collects donations to aid tornado victims

Thomas County Central High School Social Studies department sponsored a tornado donations drive for victims of the severe weather that hit this region the weekend of Jan. 21-22.

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TCCHS athletes Darien Daniels, B.J. Smallwood, Tay Cooksey, Jaylen Dunbar, and A.J. Stephenson participated in a recent MVP camp in Valdosta. Yellow Jackets compete at MVP camp

Several Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets participated in a recent MVP football camp held in Valdosta.

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Computer Science class at the middle school Grant to boost Advanced Computer Science and Statistics Programs

The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) selected Thomas County Central High School as one of only five high schools in the entire state to receive a $30,000 Advanced Placement (AP) Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM)  grant and the only high school in the state to be awarded the grant in two fields, computer science and statistics.

This grant will allow the high school to build upon its already successful Advanced Placement Computer Science and Statistics programs by developing rigorous feeder courses and building faculty capacity in both the AP and pre-AP programs.

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Athletic Highlights

Brandon Taylor
Cross Country - Soccer #7
Track and Field

Senior Brandon Taylor

"Vini, vidi, vici."

Best sports memory: Going to the State Cross Country meet

Favorite sport: Soccer, it requires large amounts of skill and quick thinking

Favorite subject: Biology, I like knowing what everything is made of

Plans after high school: Run track at Miami

Other favorites:
Person I'd like to meet: Usain Bolt

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

Book: American Sniper
Movie: Finding Dori

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Accent on Academics

CNA students

Students in the Patient Care program studying for their Certified Nursing Assistant certification attended orientation at Glenn-Mor Nursing Home recently. Students will soon begin their clinical rotations in preparation for their certification exam.


SAT Practice

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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.