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Taylor County High School | Brian Barnhill, Principal | 24 Oak Street | Butler, GA 31006 | (478) 862-3314

TCHS: Tayloring our Curriculum for Higher Success

2015 Title I Reward School


  • Labor Day Holiday
    September 3, 2018
  • First Nine Weeks Ends
    October 2, 2018
  • TCHS Fall Senior Night
    October 26, 2018
  • TCHS Football Homecoming Game
    October 19, 2018

School System Financial Information


  • One Act Play to Perform for the Community





    The community showing of the one-act play, Three Fractured Pigs, will be in the TCHS Auditorium at 7:00pm on Tuesday, October 30th. Tickets will be $5 at the door. Come and join us for this traditional story of the three little pigs gone hilariously wrong.

  • Homecoming 2018 -- Day 3 -- Hawaiian Day

  • Homecoming 2018 -- Day 2 -- Disney Day


  • Homecoming 2018 - Day 1 - Favorite University or Sports Team

  • Homecoming Court 2018
























    Senior King Representatives (Back Row) -- Carter Albritton, Trent Bennett, Tommie Boyington, Tom'Moreaya Troutman, Todric Cain

    Senior Queen Representatives (Middle Row) -- Ainslee Hewitt, Kolby Anthony, Tamaryn Danielly, Carley Swearingen, Morgan Peacock
    Underclassman Representatives (Front Row) -- Kyrie Godfrey, Lily Harris, Brenley Hinton, Cayleigh Jewell Spell, Natalie Rohrer, Ty'Mira Chatmon



  • Taylor County FFA Member Competes in Area Floral Design Career Development Event

    For one FFA member, long hours of practice paid off as she competed in the Central Region Floral Design Career Development Event held at Camp John Hope in Fort Valley, Georgia on Thursday, September 27, 2018.  Representing Taylor County High School was Kelsie Albritton, competing in the senior division, placing second. Kelsie will move onto the State Floral Design CDE in December, which will be held at ABAC in Tifton, GA.


    Georgia Florist Association is the educational sponsor for the competition. Serving as judges this year were industry representatives:  Ms. Penny Stapleton (The Daisy Patch in Perry), Mrs. Cindy Greene (Eastman), and Mr. Wesley Hamann (Bonaire).


    The FFA Floral Design competition consists of a written exam, identification of floral plant material and equipment as well as completing a hands on skills test in creation of a given floral design. The competition is based on the educational objectives of the Georgia Agriculture Education horticulture curriculum and standard practices in the horticulture industry. 


    The purpose of the career development event is to connect students with what is taught in the classroom to practices utilized in the floriculture industry. Additionally, the competition promotes academic achievement and competence for students who seek a future in the horticulture industry. 


    Kelsie Albritton, an 11th grader, is the daughter of Steve and Jaime Albritton of Mauk. Gayla Singletary is the Taylor County High FFA advisor.


    This event is one of the many educational activities in which the FFA members apply classroom knowledge to real-life situations. The Georgia FFA Association has the third largest FFA membership in the nation with over 36,500 members.  FFA strives to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

  • Seniors 2018-2019

    Photo: Courtesy of Mr. Hill

  • Scholarships
    The Gates Scholarship
    Amount: Cost of Attendance
                Due Date:  September 18, 2018
    *Must have a 3.3 GPA or higher
    *Must be financially eligible (meet the Pell Grant criteria)
    *Be in top 10% of class and demonstrates leadership ability
    * Be African American, American Indian-Alaska Native, Asian & Pacific Islander American, or Hispanic American
    Horatio Alger Scholarship
                Amount: $2,500.00 +
                Due Date: October 25, 2019
    *GPA of 2.0 or higher
    *Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income
    *Be involved in school and community service
    *Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity

    If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Judy Smith.

  • Please Help Support JROTC
    Please support JROTC by purchasing Viking apparel.  You may order your apparel by contacting a JROTC cadet or by placing an order online at

TCHS: Tayloring our Curriculum for Higher Success