Taylor County High School | Mrs. Shonda Green, Principal | 24 Oak Street | Butler, GA 31006 | (478) 862-3314


TCHS: Tayloring our Curriculum for Higher Success


2015 Title I Reward School

EVENTS AT A GLANCE
  • Georgia Milestones End of Course Test
    May 2 - 12, 2017
  • Rising Freshman Orientation
    Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 6:30

    TCHS Auditorium

  • TCHS Honors Night Program
    May 25, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Last Day of School
    May 26, 2017
  • TCHS Graduation Program
    May 27, 2017
STUDENT CORNER

ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • TCHS Annual Parent Input Meeting
    TCHS will host its annual Parent Input Meeting on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 9:00 AM or 6:00 PM in the cafeteria.
  • Rising Freshman Orientation
    TCHS invites all 8th grade students and their parents to join us for our "Rising Freshman Orientation" on Thursday, May 18th, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in the Taylor County High School Auditorium.

    Topics will include:

    High School Requirements

    Pathways and Elective Courses at TCHS

    Extra Curricular Activities

    High School Policies/Procedures

    Calculating GPA

    GAfutures.org

    Move on When Ready

     

  • Georgia Milestones End Of Course Test

    End of course tests start next week. Schedule below: 
     May 2nd- Economics and US History 
    May 3rd- Physical Science and Geometry 
    May 4th- 9th Literature and American Literature
    May 5th- 9th Literature and American Literature 
    May 9th- Algebra 1 and Biology 
    Testing begins in first period so please come to school on time. Get a good nights rest and eat breakfast. These tests count 20% for that class.

  • Congratulations to our newest Beta members!

     

    Congratulations to the 2017 BETA Club Members.  These members participated in the BETA Club Induction Program on Thursday, April 20.

  • TCHS Prom King and Queen


    Congratulations to our Prom King and Queen-- Tim Turner and Colby Salter.  

    Photo Credit: Fetina Dillingham

  • TCHS Students Attend Youth Conference At Fort Valley State University

     

    Several TCHS students attended the Youth Conference hosted by Fort Valley State University on Wednesday, April 6.  One of the speakers at the conference was Jon Chaffin from the hit series "The Haves and The Have Nots."

  • JROTC Unarmed Drill Platoon Wins State Championship


    Congratulations to our unarmed drill platoon for winning the state championship for the second time on Saturday, March 18th. Team members are Kiera Stinson, John Walker, Kobe Culpepper, Savannah Brown, Markevia Myles, Aaron Summers, Nicholas Dykes, Ashley Logue, Jessica Withrow, Madison Walker, David Walker, Amber Guined, Clifford Brazziel. Mega Hooah!

  • JROTC Drill Team - Region Champs

    Congrats to our JROTC drill teams for winning the region championship on Saturday, March 4th for the 4th consecutive year. The teams placed first in five events and second in two events. Teams will be headed to state competition on Saturday, March 18th for the 7th consecutive year. Hooah!

  • Move on When Ready Summer Academy At Southern Crescent Technical College

  • Ashon Signs with Highlands College




    Congratulations to Ashon Hayes on signing with Highlands College in Kansas to play football.  We are so excited for you!  

  • Title I PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT SURVEY
    Click HERE to take the survey that was available to Parents on January 17, 2017 during the Parent/Teacher Conferences. Your participation is greatly appreciated.
  • PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
    Parents are welcome to visit teachers at Taylor County High School for a parent/teacher conference from 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday, January 17.
  • Congratulations, Alrecus!

     

    Alrecus is the lucky winner of the laptop donated by Mr. Tim Worley.  Congratulations!

  • Mr. Tim Worley Visits Taylor County High School

     

    Mr. Tim Worley, a former University of Georgia running back and a first round draft pick in the NFL, visited Taylor County High School to present the Dare to Dream program.  During his presentation, Mr. Worley told the students about his bad choices, which caused him to lose one of his life long dreams of becoming a professional football player.  He also encouraged the students to pursue their dreams and make good life choices.  At the end of the program, he gave each student a card and asked them to write about what they learned from his presentation.  From the cards, he will choose one lucky student to receive a laptop. 


TCHS: Tayloring our Curriculum for Higher Success