"All A" students rewarded

Academically thriving Thomas County Central High School students were rewarded for their hard work with “All A Lunch.” The lunch, held Aug. 14, gave students who achieved a 90 or above in all academic subjects in the last nine weeks of the 2014-2015 school year the opportunity to eat off campus. Students were given a choice of restaurants: Longhorn, IHOP, Whataburger, El Paso, or Zaxby’s. After students ate, they spent time at Cherokee Lake until it was time to return to school. “’All A Lunch’ is, and always will be, the best part about school,” senior participant Zack Johnson said.

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TCCHS adds AP classes

Thomas County Central High School is continuing its efforts to provide rigorous courses for students seeking challenging content. This year, the school has added two more Advanced Placement, or AP, classes to its roster: AP Latin, taught by Cary Riggs, and AP Environmental Science, taught by Laura Kornegay. “Our AP program continues to expand and grow to meet the needs of our student population,” TCCHS Assistant Principal James T. Rehberg, who coordinates gifted and accelerated instruction, said.

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Minns recognized as Yale Educator

A Thomas County Central High School educator has received recognition from a prestigious university via a former student’s recommendation. Math teacher Darrin Minns said he was quite surprised when he received notification this week he’s been selected as a recipient of the 2015 Yale Educator Award. “It’s an honor,” Minns said of his selection. “I appreciate this recognition by Yale.”

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Night at the Nest

On Thursday, Aug. 13, the Thomas County Athletics Boosters club put on “Night at the Nest,” an event where people could come out to the football stadium and meet all the school’s fall sports athletes. During “Night at the Nest” all fall athletes – including football, cheerleading, cross country, and softball – were introduced to the public. Then, after all the teams had been presented, the field was opened to the public so it could mingle with the athletes.

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Fine Arts facilities get updates

School may have been out for summer, but facilities work was in session at Thomas County Central High School throughout the break. Upon returning to school for the new year, students were greeted with updates in two fine arts classrooms, band and chorus, as well as the addition of a new dance studio.

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Volunteer Orientation

If you are interested in volunteering at Hand-In-Hand, Garrison-Pilcher, Cross Creek, Thomas County Middle, Thomas County Central, The Renaissance Center, or Bishop Hall, please attend one of the volunteer orientation sessions listed below:

Tuesday, September 1
9:00 a.m. OR 5:30 p.m.

Orientation sessions will be hosted at the Bishop Hall Charter School.

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Athletic Highlights

Mason Lawing, Senior #61
- O-line, Longsnapper

"Pain heals, chicks dig scars, glory lasts forever" -from The Replacements

Best Sports Memory: Making All Area and
All Region teams in 2014

Future plans: Major in Mechanical Engineering
at Georgia Tech

Other activities: FBLA President,
Student Council

Sport: Football
Subject: Math
Food: Spaghetti
Book: "Dream It, Do It" by Marty Sklar
Movie: The Replacements

Person I'd like to have met: Coach Bear Bryant
Place I'd like to travel: Australia



Accent on Academics

New Georgia Milestones testing: CLICK HERE to view presentation

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


Video Spotlight


Here is our most recent pep rally video. This was shown at the Valdosta pep rally and our Broadcasting department was trying to motivate our players to "Just Do It". Starring many of our Yellow Jackets and Shia LaBeouf.





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