The THS football banquet will be held at 6 p.m. on Jan. 11, 2018, in the Thomasville Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
All ninth through 11th graders, who are interested in trying out for THS cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-2019 school year, should signup in the THS Main Office. You will also need to pick up a letter. The last day to signup is Jan. 5, 2018.
A Powder Puff football game will be held at 1:45 p.m. on Jan. 10, 2018, at D.F. Anderson Field.
There will be a "Tacky Christmas Sweater/T-shirt Jeans Day" on Friday, Dec. 15. The cost is $2 with proceeds going to benefit BASIC.
If you want a senior advertisement in the yearbook, you must turn in your blue form by Friday, Dec. 15. Extra blue forms are available from your homeroom teacher. Money is not due until February 2018.
A scholarship signing ceremony was held Nov. 14 in the Thomasville High School Library Media Center. Senior Jill Hamilton has earned a scholarship to play softball with Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa. Hamilton was celebrated by members of the 2018 THS Lady Tigers softball team as well as family, friends, travel ball coaches, and current and former THS coaches.
The THS Tiger Theatre production of "The Distracted Scholars Guide to Literature and Drama" was presented Nov. 3 in the Bedsole Theatre at the Thomasville Civic Center. The play was also presented Nov. 4 at the District 5 Trumbauer Festival at Baker High School in Mobile. The full cast received an "Excellent" award, and the production was also awarded Best Tech Crew.
The winners of the BEST Award (overall winner) Oct. 21 at the second annual RiverBEST Regional Robotics Competition included Thomasville High School, first place; Thomasville Middle School, second place; and J.U. Blacksher High, third place. All three teams were chosen through BEST criteria to advance to the South's BEST competition Dec. 2 and 3 at Auburn University.
RiverBEST was held in the THS and TMS gyms. Sponsors for the event included LP Building Products, Georgia Pacific, Clarke Mobile Counties Gas, Ala-Tom Resource Conservation and Development, GD Copper, Coastal Alabama Community College, Alabama Power and the Clarke County Development Foundation.
BEST Award, first place: Thomasville High School
Best of the RiverBEST Award - John Postlewaite - nominated by the Thomasville High School team.
Most Robust Machine Award - Thomasville High School team.
Software Design and Simulation Award - Thomasville High School team.
Spirit and Sportsmanship - first place - Thomasville High School team
Marketing Award, first place
Engineering Notebook Award, first place - Thomasville High School team.
Robot Award, first place - Thomasville High School team.