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Stay up to date with information from the guidance department at TCCHS by joining "Remind 101." Parents and students are encouraged to sign up to receive informational text messages from the TCCHS guidance department. Text your graduating class code to 678-293-9789.
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CCRPI Index Report Card

Thomas County Central High School (TCCHS) earned the highest score among high schools in Southwest Georgia on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI), based on data released by the Georgia Department of Education. The CCRPI Index is regarded as a state report card for schools in Georgia. TCCHS scored an 83 on the 100-point scale, which is in the top tier of high schools statewide.


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McCorkle Places at FBLA Nationals

Five students from Thomas County Central High School's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter joined more than 11,000 other members and advisers for the 2014 FBLA National Leadership Conference and Competition in Nashville, Tenn., on June 28, 2014.


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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.


2014-2015 Parking Information

Parking application packets are now available and may be picked up in the bookkeeping office. To purchase a parking permit, please return the completed packet along with a current driver's license and valid proof of insurance. Cost for a year long permit is $20.00. Any outstanding fees and/or lunch debts must be paid before a permit can be purchased. Applications will be accepted on the following dates from 8:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.:

Seniors Only: July 24-25

Seniors & Juniors: July 28-29

Seniors, Juniors & Sophomores: July 30

Permits are sold on a first come first served basis and may also be purchased throughout the school year.


2014-15 Back to School Information

Click here to get the information you need as you prepare to send your children back to school. Open House dates, supply lists, and dress code information are provided for your convenience.


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YELLOW JACKET ATHLETIC NEWS

Delaney Signs with Darton State College


Senior Eric Delaney signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Darton State College. He is joined by his parents, Tisa and Kyle Delaney, and (back l-r) TCCHS athletic director Mike Singletary, head coach Kristie Peeples, assistant coach Chris Miranda and principal Ken Harper.

Senior Eric Delaney signed a letter of intent to soccer for Darton State College on Thursday, May 15, 2014. Delaney, a four year player for the yellow jackets, helped lead the team to a second place region finish and into the second round of the state playoffs. Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.


Ramirez Signs with Darton State College

Senior Ashley Ramirez signed a letter of commitment to play soccer for Darton State College. She is joined by her parents, David and Tina Godwin, and (back l-r) TCCHS assistant principal Trista Jones, Darton College coach Ken Veiland, athletic director Mike Singletary, assistant coach Hannah Taylor, and head coach Courtney Warner.

Senior Ashley Ramirez signed a letter of commitment to play soccer for Darton State College on April 24, 2014. Ramirez, a four year varsity player for the Yellow Jackets, also served as captain her senior season. Coach Warner said, "This year, playing defender, Ashley scored two goals and had two assists. Her hard work and determination will be missed next year." Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.


Williams Signs with Life University


Senior Neil Williams signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Life University. Williams is joined by his parents, Ray and Kim Williams, and (back l-r) TCCHS wrestling coach Bill Wilhelm, Dean of Students Frank Delaney, and Life University wrestling coach Mike Miller.

On April 23, 2014, senior Neil Williams signed a letter of intent to wrestle for Life University. Williams is the first TCCHS wrestler to achieve the honor of wrestling at the college level. TCCHS wrestling coach Bill Wilhelm said of Williams, "Neil is an outstanding young man who has a lot of wrestling left to do. We are pround that he will be attending Life University to continue his wrestling career." Williams was also joined by his teammates and the mat girls. Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.

 


Stanley Signs with Darton State College

Senior Brooke Stanley signs a letter of intent to play softball at Darton State College. She is joined by TCCHS principal Ken Harper, coach Bill Wilhelm, athletic director Mike Singletary, coach Stephanie Morris, head coach Robyn Trammell and her parents, Robert Stanley, Emily Turpin and Tony Turpin.

Senior Brooke Stanley signed a letter of intent to play softball with Darton State College on Thursday, March 13. Brooke received 2nd team All-Region honors her junior and senior seasons and was named to the All-Area Team this year. Assistant coach Stephanie Morris said, “Brooke is a scrappy player who makes key plays and hits when needed.  She has been an asset to the TCCHS softball program, and will be an added asset to Darton’s Softball program.” Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.


Morris Signs with Darton State College

Senior Savannah Morris signs a letter of intent to play softball with Darton State College. She is joined by TCCHS coaches Mike Greek and Robyn Trammel and her parents Chad and Stephanie Morris.

Senior Savannah Morris signed a letter of intent to play softball with Darton State College on Thursday, February 20. TCCHS head softball coach Robyn Trammell said, "Savannah is a hard worker in softball and school and she is very deserving of this cooprtunity." A four year starter for the Jackets, Savannah has earned All-Area, first team All-Region, and second team All-State honors during her high school career. Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.


Mayhall Signs with ABAC

Senior Cooper Mayhall signs a letter of intent to play baseball at ABAC. Mayhall is joined by his parents, Michial and Jeanna Mayhall. Back row (l-r): TCCHS Athletic Director Mike Singletary, TCCHS baseball coach Coleman Bennett, head baseball coach Chad Parkerson, ABAC pitching coach Jeff Barfield, and TCCHS baseball coach Joe Dollar.

Senior Cooper Mayhall signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) on Wednesday, February 12. TCCHS head baseball coach Chad Parkerson said of Mayhall, "I am extremely proud of Cooper Mayhall.  He is a young man with exceptional work ethic and high character.  He will be an asset to ABAC baseball in how he carries himself on and off the field." The four year player at TCCHS will be pitching for the Stallions. Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.


Stanaland Signs with Georgia Southwestern

Senior Kendall Stanaland signs a letter of intent to play softball with Georgia Southwestern. She is joined by her parents, Clay and Missy Stanaland, and her brother, Cole Stanaland.

Senior Kendall Stanaland has signed a letter of intent to play softball at Georgia Southwestern next year. The four year player for the Jackets was joined by family, friends, and coaches in celebration of her accomplishment. Please see Photo Galleries for more pictures.


Jackets Sign Seven on National Signing Day

Back (l-r): Principal Ken Harper, Head Coach Bill Shaver, Athletic Director Mike Singletary. Seated (l-r): Malcolm McLenton, Austin Parmer, Deondre Cooksey, Adam Choice, Jarell Jones, Caleb Autrey and Gavin Wilson

Seven Jackets signed letters of intent to play football at the college level on National Signing Day. Congratulations to Malcolm McLenton, Valdosta State University; Austin Parmer, Carson Newman (TN); Deondre Cooksey, Garden City Community College (KS); Adam Choice, Clemson University (SC); Jarell Jones and Caleb Autrey, Point University; and Gavin Wilson, Murray State (KY).