Only 216 high school seniors around the state earned the rank of 2022 Georgia Scholar, and Thomas County Central High School has three of them. These students are Jack Cantrell, Koda Copeland, and John Adam Singleton.
The Georgia Department of Education Office of Communications organizes the Georgia Scholar program in partnership with local coordinators. It recognizes excellence in school and community life.
“Being named a Georgia Scholar signifies a commitment to excellence,” TCCHS Assistant Principal Dr. Erin Rehberg said. “We are very proud that John Adam, Koda and Jack met and exceeded all of the requirements to earn this honor. These students have not only worked hard to gain academic distinction, but they have also found ways to give back to their community. I am thankful the Georgia Department of Education recognizes the importance of highlighting the hard work of our high-achieving students.”