The college fair was very helpful to the students that attended by giving them some insight on their future college choices.
“It gave me opportunities to look at what certain colleges had. Some colleges had my interest and some didn’t,” said Taylor House.
“After going to the college fair in Atlanta, I’m pretty sure that I know which college I want to go to,” said Jasmine Cone. “The college fair helped me by giving me the opportunity to meet with and talk to various college representatives, and I got to ask any questions I would like answered about the college,” said Ionica Jackson. The college fair allowed students to socialize while being productive with their time on a weekend. “Getting to know other people and being in a different environment isn’t always a bad thing,” said House. “It was nice taking a trip with my friends and getting some help choosing my college at the same time,” said Jackson.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), founded in 1937, is an organization of nearly 16,000 professionals from around the world dedicated to serving students as they make choices about pursuing postsecondary education. The college fair exposes institutions to more than 20,000 students and parents annually who are interested in undergraduate or graduate studies in music, dance, theater, visual arts, graphic design, and related disciplines. It’s an opportunity to discuss with students how their institutions can be part of the students’ future.
Parents/Guardians please take a few moments and complete our Parent Engagement Survey for this current school term. Just click on the link provided: goo.gl/forms/46KfjCtSn9TNygTs2
The link will be available until April 20, 2018.
Parents, Guardians and Students please mark your calendars to join us April 16. During this meeting we will be discussing the School-Parent Compact and the School Parent and Family Engagement Policy. We need your input on what you would like to see added to these two documents or taken out. We will host the same meeting twice. The first one will start at 12:00 PM in the PL room at THS and the second one at 5:30 PM Meeting in the THS Cafeteria.
The Thomasville community celebrated Thomasville High School's Class 2A State Championship win with a parade held in their honor. The team was joined by the marching band and basketball cheerleaders down Broad Street and on to Remington ending at the THS Gym where the players signed autographs and a celebration including BBQ, car painting and music took place.
Congratulations to our Literary Team for their outstanding performance at the State Literary Competition on March 17 at Veterans High School under the direction of Rebecca Ramsey and Aston Bryant. Seth Wier placed first and is the State Champion in Rhetorical Essay, while Julianne Watson placed 4th in Girls Solo and Emily Dixon competed in International Extemporaneous Speaking.
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