Follow Our Lead

Class of 2023

Administrator Welcome

Dear Class of 2023 Families,

Welcome to the DAWGHOUSE! I am so excited to serve as your 9th grade Administrator. As you embark upon the next phase of your education, know that you are becoming a part of Tri-Cities High School's long-standing tradition of graduating students with the PRIDE, Confidence, Knowledge and Skills required to excel in their fields. As you walk the halls, you are walking in the footsteps of young men and women who have and are, in their own ways positively impacting our world.

I challenge each of you to grow in your academic abilities and get involved. We have a number of various clubs and organizations for Everyone. Always Be the Best You Possible!

Follow our Lead! Class of 2023

Ms. Favors


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Counseling Corner

Welcome Class of 2023. We take pride in serving you and look forward to a positive and productive year. Trust that we will do all we can to insure that your experience at Tri-Cities is one you will cherish and reflect on positively for the rest of your life. We know that transitioning from middle school to high school can be a challenge, but we look forward to working with you and helping you make that important transition. Go Bulldogs!

Mrs. Moore

9th Grade Counselor


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9th Grade Course and Credit Requirements

Parents and students please pay close attention to the 9th grade course requirements. All of the courses listed below are graduation required classes and students can earn half a credit for each semester. Students must have at least 5 credits and passed all of the classes listed below to be on track for graduation. Students can earn up to 8 credits for the year (Core Content courses plus Elective Courses).
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Class of 2023 Behavior Expectations

Here at Tri-Cities, we expect for all students to behave themselves in such a way to facilitate a safe and secure learning environment for themselves and other students. The standard is for all students to respect themselves and each other and to obey the behavior policies adopted by the Fulton County Board of Education and those specific to Tri-Cities High School.

  • Be Present (Every day, Every Block, ON TIME)
  • Be Engaged ( Set Goals, Ask questions, Attend Tutorials)
  • Be Involved (Join at least one Club or Sport)
  • Be Your BEST Self (Be a Leader, Not a Follower)

Class of 2023 Attendance Expectations: Be Here. Every Day. All Day!

  • Bring a note if you're absent for these reasons (Illness, death in family, legal reasons, religious holiday)
  • If you miss more than 2 blocks a day=Whole day absence
  • Letter home to parents at 3 and then 5 unexcused absences
  • 5 unexcused absences=Truancy Referral to Juvenile Court
  • Keep in mind that too many tardies can result in absences

Support Team Members

We have several support staff members to serve all students at Tri-Cities High School. Below are some of the support staff personnel in place to serve our Freshman students.

Congratulations Makeba Waddy: Student of the Month

Congratulations Makeba Waddy: Class of 2023 First Student of the Month.

The Exchange Club of Hapeville will recognize a freshman student every month who attains high levels of scholastic achievement, community involvement and leadership. These students are leaders in the community and our school and encourage good citizenship.

Makeba was awarded a Texas Instrument calculator, $50 cash, $50 to the school library to purchase learning resources and a framed award certificate.

Congratulations Makeba!!! Who Will Be Next???

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Tutorial Schedule

3:50 pm – 5:00 pm

  • Mondays – Fine Arts/CTE/PE
  • Wednesdays – Mathematics/Social Studies/World Languages
  • Thursdays – ELA/ Science

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Please be sure to join us every 4th Tuesday of each month from 3:45 pm to 5:00 pm. Teachers, Counselors and Administrators are available to meet with you about your students progress.

Progress Reports Issued

Thursday, Sep. 26th, 3:30pm

2575 Harris Street

East Point, GA

Students will report to homeroom on September 26, 2019 to receive their first 6 week progress report.