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October 25, 2007 RSS feed / School

Hawthorne named new member of NSCS

Shermeka Michelle Hawthorne of Thomasville has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). Shermeka was honored during an induction convocation on Oct. 14 on the campus of University of South Alabama. More...

THS students of the month

Thomasville High School students of the month who demonstrated tolerance, thoughtfulness and Tiger pride are: seniors - Devonte Harris and Abbey Rish; junior - Brianna Penn and Matthew Schmidt (not shown); sophomores - Taylor Green and Angelica Morri More...

THS students visit ALDOT in Grove Hill

Recently, the Coordinated Studies class from Thomasville High School visited the Alabama Department of Transportation's Eighth Division office in Grove Hill. More...

Pritchett selected to attend awardees conference in D.C.

Whitney M. Pritchett was selected to attend an awardees conference recently in Washington, D.C. She was the only student chosen to represent Auburn University for her studies last year in a research program for undergraduate students. More...

THS names honor students

Thomasville High School first nine-weeks honor rolls. More...

Meeting with Sen. Shelby

Recently in his Washington, D.C. office, Alabama Senator Richard Shelby met with Abbey Rish from Thomasville. Abbey, a senior at Thomasville High School, is in Washington, D.C. participating in the National Youth Leadership Conference. More...

TMS announces first nine-weeks honor rolls

Thomasville Middle School first nine-weeks honor rolls. More...

Pugh inducted into the NSCS

Aubrey Shannon Pugh of Thomasville has been inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Aubrey was honored during an induction convocation on the campus of University of South Alabama. More...

TES AR kids

Third grade students who met their Accelerated Reader goal for the first nine-weeks of school were recently treated to a party at Pizza Pro. More...


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