Thomasville High School was recognized for eight decades of excellence in athletics at the GHSA State Championship Games. This award is for all of the Dogs from the past and present, and to the future Dogs to continue our tradition of excellence in Athletics. Accepting the award for Thomasville High School were Todd Mobley, Mike Gammons, and Dr. Robin Hines, pictured above.
That's why I'm so pleased to be working with SRTC to provide this option to our students." Students will be able to earn two welding certificates in two years, which will qualify them for entry-level welding jobs wherever they wish to work.
Junior Leondre' Cliett competed in the challenge. Cliett said, "We didn't really know what to expect this year, but we'll be ready for next year's competition. We're going to be in the top ten!"
The event is hosted by the South Georgia and Southwest Georgia Workforce Development Alliances, in conjunction with AGC Georgia, JCI Contractors and Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville.
As printed in the Thomasville Times Enterprise: "THS juniors and seniors in Dale Kelly's first AVID based College Success class visited Georgia Southwestern State University to speak with admissions officials, tour the campus, and visit with GSW students and coaches. Upon their return to THS, several students submitted applications to GSW. The class will visit Columbus State University in early December. For many, these visits are their first times on college campuses. The College Success class focuses on the college selection process, academic requirements, applications process, scholarship availability and Federal Financial Aid. Students are learning what to expect and how to successfully navigate the often overwhelming 'First Year of College'."
Students in Mrs. Peralta's Allied Health class completed their volunteer orientation and training at Hands and Hearts for Horses October 29. Her students will serve as horse leads and sidewalkers during the therapeutic riding lessons for children and adults with special needs.
Thomasville HIgh School