Artistic Excellence The Sound of Champions Calumet Bank Meets Students at THINC Ahead Career Fair The Blue Crew Thank a School Social Worker - March 6-12 Granger Hoops Choir with the LaGrange Symphony Show Stopping Performances A Championship Tradition TCSS Awarded for Parental Involvement Brilliant Shows The 2016 Sound of Champions Happy National Teacher Appreciation Week! Competition Cheerleaders Karan Lakhwani - LaGrange High School Valedictorian

School News & Announcements

Senior Spotlight - Karan Lakhwani Karan Lakhwani

When Karan first set foot in LaGrange High School, his goal was not to be Valedictorian…his goal was to prepare for college by earning as many credits that would help him advance to college. To him, “I had a goal to push myself as hard as I could. My priority was to get college credit and challenge myself rather than strive for a number or a rank. That doesn’t define you.”

This fall, Karan’s Granger Star will be replaced with a Yellow Jacket when he attends Georgia Tech where he is excited about majoring in Aerospace Engineering. His goal is to one day work for NASA. “When I would travel to India as a kid, being on planes were so fascinating. Working at NASA is my ultimate goal.”

Read Karan's story here

05/24/2017: Troup County School System celebrates retirees at annual Retirement Reception. Darden Family

Last week the Troup County School System (TCSS) hosted their annual Retirement Reception at Rosemont Baptist Church. With over 150 friends, family and co-workers in attendance, the church donated the facility, provided the food and set up the venue with decorations.

 

During the event, 44 school employees were honored for their time and expertise in improving the lives of Troup County students. The total years of these individuals in education mounted to more than 1,150 years combined.

 

Chairman of the Board of Education, Mr. Ted Alford said, “You know, rock stars never really retire. Their music lives on through radio play, concerts, other rock stars, and their music. They leave a legacy, which many of you have done – leaving a legacy through the student’s lives you have touched.”


Read entire article here.

05/17/17: Seamless Summer Option Feeding Program Tackles Kids Eating Lunch

In April, the TCSS Board of Education approved The Seamless Summer Option program, which is a partnership between the Troup County Parks and Recreation and TCSS. This program will allow for an extension of the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program. With this, students will be able to receive breakfast and lunch in selecct locations during the summer months. Locations and times vary throughout the county.

Seamless Summer Option Feeding Location and Times

Senior Transcripts

SENIORS: It's time to complete your Final Transcript Request form.

Please see Mrs. Rowe in the Registrar's office for the request form - the cost is $4.00 for each transcript requested. This transcript will reflect this year's final grades, graduation date, and final GPA. These will be mailed as soon as final grades are completed and transferred to transcripts.

Photographs at the Graduation Ceremony:

Village Photographers will photograph every graduate as they cross the stage and receive their diploma. A posed individual photo will also be taken of each graduate as they exit the stage. Free proofs of these photos will be sent by mail and e-mail to graduates and their families within one week of the ceremony. Print packages start at under $10; however, there is no obligation to buy.

To ensure that Village Photographers has the correct address information, please go to www.villagephotographers.com and click the blue “Sign up for Graduation Proofs” button. For additional information, contact Village Photographers at 334-821-9196 or at info@villagephotographers.com.

You can download a flyer using the image to the left.

04/12/17: Exceptional Education Public School Choice Options

As the parent/guardian of a student who receives exceptional education services in the Troup County School System, we wanted to inform you about your options regarding public and private school choice. Under the state law passed by the Georgia State Legislature in 2007, parents/guardians of students who receive exceptional education service may choose to transfer their child to another public school or private school in Georgia.  

Letter to Parents

New To Troup County? Find Out More About TCSS! Parents Reading with Kids

Troup County is a great place to work, live and raise a family. Our school system has a long-standing history of partnership within the community and learning within the walls of each school. If you are here to learn more of what Troup County School System (TCSS) has to offer for your family or employees, you've started in the right place! 

Here is a quick overview of our district highlights and Points of Pride. After reading through this short document, learn more about your new school system by clicking here 

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