Vision: Challenging and supporting our students in every school, every classroom, every day.

Mission: Turner County High School in partnership with our families and community will provide high quality educational experience that leads to student success in college and careers.

January 2019


        1ST Period Begins 7:55

       Breakfast served 7:20-7:50



Principal's Corner


Mr. Keith Croft

EOC Make Up Date May 1

EOC Testing Make Up Date is May 1


EOC Testing for ALL high school students 

April 23rd-May 1st

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TCHS is on Facebook!

Rebel Pride Says:

Congratulations Zion Blackshear  #1 at STATE. Congratulations Wrestling Team 3rd Place!

FAFSA COMPLETION NIGHT AT TCHSTCHS FAFSA Completion Night will be held Monday, March 4th from 3:30 to 5:30 in the TCHS Media Center. This event is for students and parents who plan to begin college next school year.  Students and Parents will need to bring a copy of their tax information from 2017 in order to complete FAFSA.


  • Weekly Sports Schedule

    Tuesday, February 19      Middle school baseball vs Hawkinsville  home 4:00
                                             JV/Varsity Baseball vs Lanier  (Doubleheader)  home 4:00

    Wednesday, February 20  Varsity Baseball vs Terrell  home 5:00
                                               Girls' Basketball/Sweet Sixteen Round at Telfair  

    Thursday, February 21       Middle and Varsity Tennis vs Irwin home 4:00

  • Parent Survey Form
    Parent Survey Form0458_001.pdf


  • 2019 Yearbooks Are On Sale Now

    Yearbooks are still available. The price is $45 dollars, but will soon become $55 dollars.  Get yours before they go up in price.

    Senior recognition pages are still available but the numbers are extremely limited.  See a yearbook member for prices. Deadlines

    for senior recognition pages is January 15. 

Up-dated Cell Phone Policy

  • New Cell Phone Policy

    2018-2019 Turner County High School

    Cell Phone & Electronic Device Policy


    The regulations of electronic devices includes the following:

    1. Cell phones and all electronic devices and accessories must be turned off, out of sight, 

    and cannot be out and/or used during class time or in the halls.


    2. Music is not permitted in the buildings/hallways and the use of headphones and earbuds are not allowed.

    3. Cell phones are only to be used in cell phone designated areas an nowhere else in the building. 



    1st offense: Restricted Lunch (assigned as appropriate).

    2nd offense: Restricted lunch (assigned as appropriate).

    3rd Offense: In School Suspension (assigned as appropriate).

    4th Offense and beyond: Out of School Suspension (assigned as appropriate).


Parents, please complete the GADOE Surveys Below: 

Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 CLICK HERE

Georgia Parent Survey School Year 2018-19 CLICK HERE


  • Survivor Resources Information/ Recursos Para Sobrevivientes FEMA

     Suvivor Resources

    1007_001.pdf   Recursos Para Sobrevivientes


School Calendar 2018-2019

Dismissal/Pick-Up Policy

If a student must leave early during the school day, the student should report to the front office before 7:50 a.m. with a note that requests the early dismissal. The note should contain the following information: 
1. Student’s name 
2. Time to be dismissed 
3. Method of transportation 
4. Contact information where the parent/guardian can be reached during the day 
5. Parent/guardian signature 
6. Reason for the early dismissal 

The school will contact the parent/guardian to verify the student needs to leave school. Early dismissals are judged to be excused or unexcused based on the same criteria as absences. 

Dismissal/Pick up Information Form 
Parents must fill out a form (Emergency Information/Contact List) provided by the School to provide dismissal information about their child. 
If you’re not on the students contact list form, you will not be able to check the student out at any time.  
 • You may not have a student dismissed by a phone call to the front office or an email sent to the secretary. 
You must come inside the front office and provide a Photo ID to verify your identity prior to a student being dismissed to leave with you. 
• Students are not allowed to loiter on school grounds without faculty supervision.  
Disciplinary action will be taken against students who leave and return to campus without having written permission from an administrator


Dismissal Policy.pdf



Emergency Procedures

Principal letter to parents explaining the procedures we will follow in an emergency situation.

Tutoring Schedule

Monday - Math Tuesday - Science Wednesday - English Thursday - Soc. St. Students, when you plan to stay on one of these days for extra help, LET YOUR TEACHER KNOW THAT MORNING.

After School Activities

All Students Students, If you are not a member of an athletic team or you do not have JROTC practice after school, make sure you LEAVE this campus when the bell rings at 3:28. If you are still on campus by 3:40 and not involved in a school-related activity, you will be considered trespassing and the police may become involved.

Turner County School Board Meeting

Regular Scheduled Meeting June 12, 2017 @ Bus Shop


Click here for a copy of the 2016-2017 Turner County High School Dress Code


2018 STAR Student --Dakyrae Holmes

2018 STAR Teacher -- 1SG Christopher McKinstry



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