Thomasville High School

THS Prom Update 4-7-2021
Class of 2021 Top 10

Message from Kyle Ferguson, TMS principal 4-2-2021

Congressional Art Competition 2021 - front

2021 THS Beauty Review Court

2021 THS Beauty Review Court
Alyssa Grayson, Miss Congeniality and Most Photogenic; Amelia Pugh, Second Runner Up; Amaya Carswell, First Runner Up; Karis Collins, Top Beauty; Asia Callen, Third Runner Up; and A'Shirya Timmons, Fourth Runner Up.
THS Prom date information from 3-5-2021
Prom date information form.
THS Prom is April 10.
Excellent Opportunity for Rising Juniors and Seniors!!!
The Future of Pulp and Paper Summer Camp, July 18-20 at Auburn University.
Deadline: March 1.
Hannah scholarship 2-25-2021

CACC hosting Financial Aid 1010 on Feb. 23

Coastal Alabama Community College will be hosting a Financial Aid 101 presentation through Microsoft Teams tomorrow, Feb. 23rd from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Their Financial Aid department will be presenting about the Financial Aid process. Even if a student is not planning on attending Coastal Alabama, this will be very beneficial in assisting them apply for FAFSA, understand the terminology, and see what to expect when they do apply for Financial Aid.
Here is the link:

Applications being accepted for Bernie Varnadore Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for the Bernie Varnadore Scholarship!
Outstanding High School Seniors who have participated in a franchised Dixie Boys Baseball, Incorporated program and plan to pursue undergraduate studies at a college or university may apply. Dixie Boys Baseball, Incorporated programs include Dixie Boys Baseball for 13 and 14 years old; 15U Baseball, Dixie Pre-Majors Baseball for age group 15 thru 17 years old; and Dixie Majors Baseball for 15 thru 19 years old.
Deadline to apply is April 1, 2021!

College Application Week Feb. 22-26

The state’s second Free Alabama College Application Week event for this school year is being held from Feb. 22-26.
During this weeklong effort, Alabama high school seniors will have opportunities to apply for colleges and universities throughout our great state.
Many postsecondary institutions statewide have officially waived their application fees for this event including:
• Alabama A&M University
• Alabama State University
• Auburn University at Montgomery
• Coastal Alabama Community College
• Enterprise State Community College
• Huntingdon College
• Jacksonville State University
• Marion Military Institute
• Miles College
• Shelton State Community College
• Snead State Community College
• Spring Hill College
• Stillman College
• Talladega College
• University of Alabama
• University of Alabama in Huntsville
• University of West Alabama
• Troy University
• Tuskegee University
• University of Alabama at Birmingham
• University of Montevallo
• Wallace Community College-Dothan
• Wallace State Community College
The key goal of Alabama College Application Week is to inspire students and inform parents about the true benefits of attending college and earning postsecondary degrees.
Contact THS counselor Brasell for more information.
Marisa Hawkins scholarship 2021

Important message on firearm incident from Kyle Ferguson, THS principal 2-8-2021

Feb. 8, 2021
Hello Tiger Family,
I am reaching out to you to inform you that we had a situation on campus earlier today that I feel needs to be shared with our parents and stakeholders. We received a tip this morning that one of our students may have been in possession of a firearm.  Based on that information, we were able to immediately locate the student and conduct a search, which resulted in the recovery of a handgun. All of this took place in a secure location, and involved the assistance of our School Resource Officer. The Thomasville City Police Department took custody of the student and firearm.
Dealing with the reality that one of our students possessed a handgun on campus is certainly both alarming, and disappointing. While finding a silver lining in the dark cloud that this event has cast over us today is difficult, I am incredibly grateful for having students and staff members that are willing to act quickly by communicating potentially dangerous situations to school administration. 
As a result of open lines of communication, we were able to quickly dispose of this situation in order to ensure that we continue to have a safe and orderly school.  We will always strive to be transparent when it comes to sharing critical information with our families and stakeholders. Please have conversations with your children on how important it is for them to adhere to the principle of “see something, say something,” especially when it involves the safety and health of our Tiger Family.  
Kyle R. Ferguson
Principal, Thomasville High School
Front of mental health newsletter February 8-12
CACC RA flyer 2-3-2021
Sallie Mae Fund 2-3-2021

Hispanic Scholarship Fund deadline is Feb. 15

The 2021-2022 HSF Scholar Application is now open.
Every year, HSF selects ~10,000 outstanding students as HSF Scholars from a broad and talented pool of applicants
HSF Scholars have access to a full range of invaluable Scholar Support Services, including career services, mentorship, leadership development, knowledge building, and wellness training
Career services include access to internships and job opportunities with HSF corporate partners
HSF Scholars are eligible to apply for all Scholar Conferences including, the STEM Summit, Finance Conference, Media & Entertainment Summit, Entrepreneurship Summit, Healthcare Summit, and Alumni Symposium
Exclusive access to the HSF Insider which shares invaluable information and select career opportunities with HSF corporate partners
Finally, and importantly, HSF awards more than $30 million in scholarships annually and, depending upon available funds, HSF Scholars may also be eligible to receive a scholarship, which ranges from $500-$5,000 and awarded directly to students
Deadline: February 15, 2021, 5:00 PM PT
Our website will be undergoing scheduled maintenance on Thursday, February 4, 2021, and will be offline from 6:00AM to 8:30AM PT. We apologize for any inconvenience, and appreciate your patience.
Must be of Hispanic heritage
U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, or DACA
Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students; minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for college and graduate students
Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, public or not-for-profit, four-year university, or graduate school, in the U.S., for the 2021-2022 academic year
Submit the FAFSA or state-based financial aid forms (if applicable)
About HSF:
HSF empowers families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete a higher education, while providing scholarships and support services to as many exceptional students as possible.
Founded in 1975, HSF has awarded over $650 million in scholarships. HSF Scholars have access to valuable Scholar Support Services and, as funding permits, Scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000.
Additional Important information:
It takes an average of 30 minutes to complete the Phase I of the HSF Scholar Application
No essays, recommendations, or document uploads are required in Phase I
To get started, visit and log into or create your MyHSF profile to access the HSF Scholar Application.
Jim Harrell scholarship 2-1-2021

Scholarship opportunity - Alabama Army National Guard Scholarship

Alabama Army National Guard Scholarship
This scholarship is available for High School seniors.   For more information, please contact the representatives listed below.
*       Scholarship is either 3 or 4 years in length
*       Pays full tuition & fees or $10K room & board
*       $1200 a year book stipend
*       ROTC Cadet stipend each month of $425
*       Earn drill pay each month upon contracting with the ROTC $329 a month
*       ANGEAP 5,464.08 per semester.
*       Must be or become a member of the Alabama Army National Guard
*       Must have a 2.5 HS GPA, 1000 SAT and/or 19 ACT
*       Maintain a 2.0 College GPA
*       U.S. Citizen
*       Between the ages of 17-26
*       Pass physical Requirements
*       Have an Official University/College acceptance Letter
*       Must participate in College ROTC
My team and I are happy to answer any questions the student or counselor may have regarding this opportunity. Thank you in advance.
2LT Reeves, Joshua 251-423-1605
SFC Kendrick, Jeremiah 334-777-9541
SFC Howton, Phillip 205-657-2771
Diamond Doll list 2021
Zeta Phi Beta scholarship front
COVID notice 1-25-2021
Industry scholarship application front
Mathews Scholarship Fund announcement
Ferg notice
Hello Tiger Family,
I’m reaching out to you to inform you that due to a significant increase in the number of students impacted by Covid-19, all students currently attending school in person will remain home and take coursework virtually beginning Wednesday, Jan. 20.  Students will return to campus on Monday, Feb. 1.  
We currently have three teachers, and eight students who have tested positive, resulting in approximately 82 students being quarantined through contact tracing. Our teachers will be engaging students from our campus through virtual instruction, and will be available for students during our normal school hours.  Please encourage your student to continue their academic endeavors during normal school hours in order to ensure that they have access to teachers in the event that they have questions.  
Teachers will be engaging students during normally scheduled class times. This will be similar to the three days of virtual learning that students had upon returning from the Christmas break. We are truly blessed to have the technology resources available to all students to make such transitions as seamless as possible. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.  
This will only impact THS, and will not involve TMS or TES at this time. Have a great day, and GO TIGERS!!!
NOTE: Free meals will be available for pickup by THS families from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on Jan. 20-22 on the large parking lot side of the THS cafeteria. Meals are first come-first served.
Notice on parent notes for student absence
ATTENTION - important note on student absence notes from parents in the Thomasville City Schools District.

We the Students Scholarship Essay Contest deadline is April 15

Scholarship opportunity - We the Students Scholarship Essay Contest. The 16 student winners will receive a total of $20,000 in scholarship prizes. The deadline for submissions is April 15, 2021. 

Scholarship opportunity - the 2019 Ponton Law Scholarship.

This scholarship is now available to any high school senior in the United States that desires to apply. More information can be found on our scholarship application below:
Deadline: July 31, 2021
Award Amount: $1,000

Community Foundation of South Alabama's Scholarship applications open

The Foundation's scholarship applications opened Jan. 11, 2021. Students may access the scholarship applications online at the CFSA scholarship portal. All applications will close on March 19, 2021. Please see below for a full list of available scholarships and criteria:
Mary & Council Powell Scholarship Fund (Alabama A&M) – For an entering freshman or currently enrolled student at Alabama A&M who has a minimum ACT score of 19 and 3.0 GPA.  
Mary & Council Powell Scholarship Fund (Alabama State) – For an entering freshman or currently enrolled student at Alabama State University who demonstrates financial need, has a minimum GPA 2.0, and is enrolled full time.  
Hooper W. Matthews Jr. Scholarship Fund – The scholarship provides tuition assistance to juniors or seniors at the University of FL School of Forestry/Natural Resource Conservation, Milton Branch.  Students must be from Escambia, Conecuh, Monroe, or North Baldwin. Scholarships are based on merit and financial need.  Students must major in natural resource conservation, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and can be either full-time or part-time. Community or volunteer service is preferred. Recipients are eligible to reapply.   
Dr. Charles & Patricia May Scholarship – The scholarship is for a Clarke County student pursuing a degree in medicine or nursing. Applicants should have a minimum of a 3.5 GPA and an ACT score of at least 20. Recipients must attend an Alabama college. 
Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) Scholarship Fund – To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria: be an owner, employee or dependent of an owner or employee of the local branch/site of a company whose membership in PEP is in good standing at the time of the application, selection & awarding of the scholarship to the applicant. Applicants must currently be enrolled at the time of the application as a full or part-time student in a two year or four year accredited technical college, or university for secondary or post-secondary work and have a minimum 3.0 GPA with a declared course of study and major in one of the following: environmental science, environmental planning, environmental engineering, or other related science fields of study, including, but not limited to, all engineering fields, marine science, geoscience, fisheries science, forestry, and estuarine science and management. 
Poarch Creek Indian Community Scholarship Fund – Annually, the Poarch Creek Indian Community Scholarship Fund will award a minimum of one scholarship to a male student and one to a female student. Applicants must be a resident of the State of Alabama or one of the following counties in Florida: Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington or Gadsden.  Academic merit, community involvement, and other factors such as financial need and/or workforce demand, will be taken into consideration when reviewing applications.  
SH Enterprises Family of Companies Fund Scholarship – To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria: be an employee, intern, volunteer or dependent of an employee of SH Enterprises. Applicants must have  volunteered a minimum of 40 hours over 4 years  to support community involvement activities (e.g. Relay For Life, Heart Walk, other SH Enterprise endorsed events).  Applicants must be enrolled or plan to attend either as a full or part-time student in a 2-year or 4-year accredited technical school/college/university or pursuing a certification by an accredited institution. Applicants must have a minimum 2.0 GPA or demonstrates the he/she meets the academic/skill requirements for admission to institution/program to which applicant will be attending. 
Steve and Carolyn Perry Scholarship Fund – This scholarship is for an individual pursuing technical training or certification in advanced manufacturing & will support both career training and career advancement training. The applicant must demonstrate that he or she meets the skill requirements of the training or certification program. Financial need is not required but may be taken into consideration. 
For more information about the Foundation's scholarships and processes, please contact Natalie Franklin at 251-438-5591 or

THS Scholarship Opportunities 1-13-2021

Master Bell Schedule 1-5-2021
Message from Kyle Ferguson, THS principal:

Hello Tigers!

I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas Break!  I am reaching out to you to remind you that students will begin the 2021 Spring Semester tomorrow, January 6th.  All students will start classes virtually Wednesday through Friday of this week, and “in-person” learning will begin on Monday, January 11th.
Please see the following expectations for all students, whether you are going to be a traditional student, or will be taking classes virtually this semester…

·       Students should log into the INow portal to get their Spring 2021 schedule.  For the next three virtual days, we are asking that you follow our regular bell schedule in order to see and hear your teacher introductions and class expectations for each of your classes.  This includes zero period as well.

·       Students should check school email accounts for messages from your new teachers.  Some teachers will be live-streaming classes this week, while some will be presenting recorded messages/instruction.  Teachers will go over their course syllabus, and answer questions that you may have.  Students should also check “updates” in Schoology for each of your classes on a daily basis.

·       Report cards will be posted on Thursday, January 7th.  Students and Parents can view report cards by logging into the INow portal.  It’s very important that you view your grades.  In the event that a student failed an academic class, that student will be required to repeat that course.

·       Again, students are expected to log in to classes during the scheduled class time on the virtual days. Virtual students who are not logging into classes over several days will be locked out of their devices, and will be referred to the District Attorney’s office for intervention.  Don’t start off 2021 by getting behind in your classes!

Have a great afternoon!  GO TIGERS!!!
Hello Tiger Family!
I hope you are having a great day, and that you are staying safe during this most recent spike in Covid-19 infections across our state and nation.  I want you to be aware of updates that we received this morning from the AHSAA that go into effect immediately.   These updates will significantly impact our basketball and wrestling programs.  Previously, we reduced the THS gym capacity to 242 patrons (33 percent). The new recommendation reduces our gym capacity to less than 20 percent, which will limit us to making a total of 146 tickets available to the public to purchase. The following procedures/policies will remain in place:
• Thomasville City School employees will no longer get in free to basketball events unless they are working the event.  We will allow employees who have children playing in the contest to enter on the pass gate.
• AHSAA coaching cards will only be accepted from participating schools.  Coaches must be able to confirm that they are employed by the participating school.  This will not include the “plus one” privilege that we’ve allowed in the past.  Only the actual card holder (picture on the card) will be admitted without paying.  You must have the current year’s card in your possession.  I have spoken with the AHSAA to confirm that these changes are within the associations guidelines.
• All ticket sales will be online through  We will not be selling physical tickets at the door.  Please open the application and upload your tickets before entering in order to expedite the validation process.  Tickets are $7.00
• Masks must be worn at all times in the venue.  Please bring your own mask (we may not be able to provide one if you forget).  Anyone refusing to wear a mask will not be admitted.
I certainly regret that we are having to make these temporary adjustments for admission to our athletic events, but have to ensure that we are keeping our patrons safe, while maximizing our gate revenue with the limited capacity in order to support our athletic programs. We look forward to seeing you come cheer on the Tigers!  Please see the attached memo from the AHSAA.  Thanks, and have a great day!  GO TIGERS!!!
ATTENTION: due to new rules from the Alabama High School athletic Association and the Alabama Department of Public Health, tickets available for THS basketball home games will be reduced from 241 to 146. This will begin with the home game on Dec. 18.

Refund form for tickets available from GoFAN

GoFAn logo
Refund form from GoFAN.
Here is the new newsletter from Tersheria Malone, Mental Health Coordinator for the Thomasville City Schools District.

Officers for THS National Honor Society recognized

Honor Society officers 2020-2021
The officers for the Thomasville High School chapter of the National Honor Society has been recognized: Jamarcus Rowden, president; Maggie Scarbrough, vice president; Amelia Jordan, secretary; and Chloe Drinkard, treasurer.
Meet the Mental Health Coordinator for the Thomasville City Schools District: Ms. Tersheria Malone.

School system adheres to state COVID guidelines

ATTENTION: the Thomasville City Schools District is bound by the Coronavirus guidelines of the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). Persons who come into contact with someone who is positive must quarantine for 14 days. If you are positive for the virus, you must quarantine for 10 days.
CNP flyer 12-1-2020
For more information, email
Masks required on school buses
Memo from state sports association 11-7-2020
This is a memo from the Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association concerning attendance limitations at high school playoff games.
Internet voucher notice 10-21-2020
Scholars app October 2020

Dickinson crowned THS Homecoming Queen 2020

Homecoming Queen Amarie Dickinson
Amarie Dickinson was crowned Oct. 2 as the 2020 Thomasville High School Homecoming Queen during a halftime ceremony of the Greensboro football game.
Internet voucher notice 9-22-2020
The video below was created by TMS, however, the instructions apply to any Thomasville student. Please follow these instructions to view your child's progress report.


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SGA meeting notice 9-10-2020
Meeting on SGA participation is Friday, Sept. 11. Contact Mr. Bearden.
Nurse Thompson reminder 9-8-2020
Free breakfast and lunch notice 9-3-2020
The free meals are for students only. The "PayPams" program will still be available for processing application and for parents clearing up negative account cafeteria balances.
For more information, email
Senior class officers 2020-2021
The class officers for the Thomasville High School Class of 2021 have been announced:
Treasurer - Jacob Horner;
Vice President - Chloe Drinkard;
President - Chloe Shoemaker.
and Secretary - Amelia Jordan.
This video provides important information about GoFAN virtual tickets, which the THS sports program will be accepting this season.


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Low income students can receive help with internet service

Internet voucher art 8-25-2020
From Staff Reports
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has committed $100 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to deliver free internet access to eligible K-12 students in their homes this fall. 
The State of Alabama is using the funds to purchase internet service for low-income households with K-12 students so students can participate in distance learning. This service is being administered through the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students Program.
Students in Alabama that are enrolled in the National School Lunch Program through their school are automatically eligible for the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students Program. Families will receive a letter after Aug. 24, which will serve as a prepaid voucher from the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students Program and covers the cost of equipment, installation, and high-speed internet service through Dec. 30, 2020. 
The voucher can be used once, with one internet service provider, to sign up for service for the duration of the program. Enrolled households will not receive any bills and will not be charged any additional fees by the internet service provider.
If the address for your student has changed, please contact you school to update the address for the National School Lunch Program.
The voucher is intended for students who are eligible for the National School Lunch Program. By using the voucher, you will be confirming that you meet the income requirements of the National School Lunch Program, which is limited to households earning $48,470 or less for a family of four. Please do not use the voucher if your household is not income eligible for the National School Lunch Program. Your attention to this will help ensure that households that need help connecting will receive it.

Fill out form for instruction change after first nine weeks

Students who want to change their learning option (virtual or traditional) after the first nine-week period should fill out this form by Oct. 2.
Schoology info flyer 8-19-2020

THS Orientation Video 2020-2021


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Back to school FAQ

Click on this link:

Information concerning Back-to-School will be regularly updated.

New registration process for THS athletes available through Dragonfly

Dragonfly flyer 5-22-2020 Attention Parents of THS and TMS athletes: the AHSAA has a new registration process that requires parents to add their child to "Dragonfly" for eligibility. Please see the attached flyer on instructions to set this up. It’s easy and there is an app you can download. This will allow the parent to upload forms, check eligibility and various other things regarding their child.
Please do this ASAP!! This is IMPERATIVE for your child being able to complete in sports. Call, text, or email any of the coaches if you need help.
THS football workouts begin June 8.

PARENT/GUARDIAN Contact Information Collection

Dual Enrollment with Alabama Southern Instructions



1.      Go to to access the online dual enrollment admissions application

a. > Programs > High School Programs > Coastal Alabama Community College Admissions Application for Dual Enrollment

2.      Click Start Your Application

3.      Complete all information with an asterisk and create a user ID and password

a.      Make note of your user ID and password

4.      Click Start Your Application

5.      Enter your Contact Information (Page 1 of 8) and click Save & Continue

6.      Enter your Additional Addresses (Page 2 of 8) and click Save & Continue

a.      Click Same as Mailing if addresses are the same

7.      Enter your Demographic Information (Page 3 of 8) and click Save & Continue

8.      Enter your Emergency Contact/Parental Information (Page 4 of 8) and click Save & Continue

9.      Enter your Employer Information (Page 5 of 8) and click Save & Continue

10. Enter your High School Information using the dropdown menus (Page 6 of 8) and click Save & Continue

11. Enter your Intended Field of Study (Page 7 of 8) and click Save & Continue

a.      Your program of study should be General Studies NDS NDS if you are taking academic courses

b.      Your program of study should reflect your technical program if you are taking technical courses

c.       For enrollment campus, choose the Coastal campus closest to your high school

12. Review your Admissions Application (Page 8 of 8) and click Submit

a.      Any fields shaded in pink are incomplete.  Click Edit above those areas to go back to the appropriate page and complete the information

b.      If you leave a required field blank or incomplete, YOU WILL NOT SEE THE SUBMIT BUTTON.  The Submit Button only appears if the application is complete and ready for submission.  If you DO NOT click on the Submit Button, your application will not be submitted. 

NOTE: If you begin an application, you can log out and complete the application later.  You MUST have your user ID and password to do this.  Once you have successfully submitted your application, take a picture of the final screen to show your counselor.  Next, complete the Dual Enrollment Approval Form and take it to your counselor along with your photo identification.

Video message from THS Principal Kyle Ferguson on registration


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2020-2021 School Year Registration

Home Portal Video


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CACC Canvas login

Canvas login

To login to your Coastal Alabama Canvas account:

  1. Click on the “Student Login” link at the top of the homepage – Then, click on Canvas. You will be taken to the Coastal Alabama Canvas login page.
  2. Enter your entire Coastal Alabama email address as your user ID. (Example:  You can find your Coastal Alabama e-mail address by logging in to the myCA Student Account.  
  3. For your password, enter the first two letters of your last name (first letter being capitalized) followed by your seven-digit student number. (Example: Joe Smith, Student# 1234567 – Password would be Sm1234567) 

If students don’t know their student email or student I.D, please let me know. Also, if students are having issues with their password, please have them email our Help Desk, , or give them a call at 251-580-4900


Student login link

THS Facebook

THS Student Surveys

Student Technology Access Survey 3-12-2020




Climate & Culture Survey for Middle & High School Students


Student (High School) Inventory Survey    

Important Downloads

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