• February 13, 2020, Tuscaloosa County High celebrated Black History month.  The program was sensational with Dr. Tyshawn Gardner as the guest speaker.  A special thank you to Mr. Jeff McNealey and Mrs. Rhonda Brinyark for chairing the event.  Also, thank you to our magnificent Choral and Band departments for their outstanding musical performances.

    TC-Choir-BHP

    DrGardner

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    TC-Band-BHP

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  • WOW 2.0

    Designed for high school juniors and seniors, WOW 2.0 allows young adults to engage with employers and colleges, even interviewing for part-time and full-time jobs. Held at Shelton State Community College, WOW 2.0 continues a student’s future, whether they choose college or career after graduation. Registration by Feb. 19 is required.

    Tuesday, April 7th

    High school seniors and post-secondary students will participate in scheduled interviews with business and industry. Students must register individually to attend and guarantee an interview; each student is guaranteed one interview. A human resources panel of business professionals will view your application (the form below) and determine who will interview you. This day is only for seniors who are interested in interviewing for full- or part-time employment following high school graduation. It is not for those interested in a mock interview. Schools will be assigned times. 

    Wednesday, April 8th

    Juniors will have the opportunity to meet with post-secondary schools and industries. Seniors who have not decided on a college plan are also able to attend, but they must register using the junior link. This event is an excellent opportunity for students to explore the high growth, high demand jobs available in West Alabama and will be able to speak with post-secondary schools, as well as meet with industry-professionals in a job fair setting.

    http://worldsofwork.com/wow-2-0/

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  • The TCHS AP Environmental Science classes are holding a fundraiser to help make TCHS a better place. They are selling 20 ounce Ecovessel water bottles, with proceeds from the sale used to purchase refillable water bottle stations to replace some of the water fountains. The cost of the Ecovessel bottles is $25 - see an AP Environmental Science student or use this link to purchase one. Please help make TCHS a bit more ecofriendly.

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  • Statement from TCSS re Influenza (flu): https://www.tcss.net/domain/6160

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  • Tuscaloosa County High School’s television and film production class and team, CATS-TV, has received national attention by being the regional winner for Alabama in Kinder Vision’s Greatest Save Teen PSA Program. Please take a look at these important videos!

    https://youtu.be/YEyHoG1gd9E

     https://youtu.be/mXjsAl_cdok

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  • Congratulations to TCHS student Vaneeza Rupani for being among nine finalists nationwide to name NASA's newest Mars rover. The general public now has an opportunity to vote for their favorite name, and we think "Ingenuity" would be an excellent name. See the NASA article and the ABC3340 blurb for more information and a link to vote.

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  • Congratulations to Mr. Workman, Ms. Frierson, and Mr. Steele (not pictured) for being selected by their peers as TCHS nominees for Alabama Teacher of the Year and Classified Employees of the Year.

    rworkman and mfrieson

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  • 2nd 9-Weeks A and A/B Honor Roll Students

    The TCHS/Northport community and the entire faculty and staff of Tuscaloosa County High School are very proud of these individuals!

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  • TC Wildcats The Tuscaloosa County High School Class of 2020 will graduate at Coleman Coliseum (University of Alabama campus) on Saturday, May 23rd, 2020 at 12 Noon.

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  • TCHS Veteran's Day Program Veterans' Day Program at TCHS!

    Seated is the guest speaker, Mr. Bradford Clark Freeman, who served in the United States Army from December 1942 to December 1945. 

    Standing in back is Assistant Principal Dr. Daniel Dickens and Principal Dr. Cynthia Simpson.

    Sincere thanks to all of our military veterans!

     

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  • Acker,Herndon,Simpson TCHS wants to thank the Tuscaloosa County Commission for their support of the Tuscaloosa County School System in general and specifically Tuscaloosa County High School.  With the help of Commissioners Acker and Murray, the TCHS Girls' Weight Room will be renovated and have updated equipment to meet the needs of our students and athletes. 
     TC Commission
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    Parents:  Please read our School Volunteer Application.

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  • MSB

    Parents and Students:

    Use www.MySchoolBucks.com to deposit money into student cafeteria accounts.


     

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