Class of 2022

Attitude of Gratitude

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Tri-Cities High School is definitely a family, and I am grateful for every scholar in the Class of 2022, and every faculty and staff member who supports them daily. Thank you, parents, for supporting your scholar and the vision of Tri-Cities High School. I wish each of you a safe Thanksgiving Break. Take time to relax and enjoy spending time with your family.

Happy Thanksgiving,

Kimberly Terry Whitfield

Just in time for the holidays...

Celebrate your Class of 2022 scholar by purchasing a Class of 2022 T-Shirt! Shirts are only $10 and can be purchased on the Tri-Cities High School website. Click on Online School Payment (OSP), Class of 2022 T-shirt.


Yes, the Class of 2022 WON the spirit stick for a THIRD time during Homecoming Week.

Check your student's academic status...

  • Join us every 4th Tuesday for Parent Conferences, 3:45- 5:00 PM, in the Commons. Parents do not have to make an appointment. All teachers, counselors, and administrators are available to meet.
  • Progress Reports will be distributed approximately every six weeks in advisement.
  • All teachers remain after school at least one day per week to provide help for students. Please encourage your scholars to attend after school tutorial before they are in jeopardy of failing the course. TUTORIAL SCHEDULE 3:45-5:00 PM: Mondays-CTAE/Fine Arts/PE/JROTC; Wednesdays- Math/Social Studies; Thursdays-English/Science

  • Your scholar's teachers are your first line of defense. Contact them first if you have any questions. You can also contact guidance counselor, Ms. Dance.

10th Grade Content Teachers

Biology: Ms. Benson/Ms. Bray/Dr. M. Jones

English: Ms. Addison/Mr. Ingraham/Ms. Holland/Ms. Ogletree/Ms. Parker-Farmer

Geometry: Mr. Blindauer/Ms. T. Brown/Mr. Johnson/Ms. Owens/Ms. Patterson

World History: Mr. Hopkins/Mr. Rase/Ms. Walker

Spanish: Ms. Massanet/Ms. P. Turner/Ms. Winston

French: Mr. Agbemadon/Mr. Amouzou

Stay on target...

It is imperative that students attend school every day, every class period, and on time. If a student is marked absent two or more class periods, the student's absence is equivalent to a full school day. A letter will be mailed to parents at the student's THIRD and FIFTH unexcused absence. Be certain that your scholar brings a note to the attendance clerk if s/he is absent for any of these reasons: personal or family illness, death in the family, legal reasons, and observance of a religious holiday.

Scholars should come to school ready to engage in instruction:

  • be prepared with their Surface Pro, charger, writing utensil and composition notebooks and/or binders
  • ask questions and advocate for themselves

Scholars are encouraged to:

  • be a leader
  • be a friend
  • join at least one club or sport, and/or volunteer in the community


Report Cards Issued in Advisement

Monday, Jan. 13th 2020 at 3:30pm


Scholars will report to Advisement/Homeroom to receive their progress reports.


Students will complete their final exams December 17 through December 20, 2019. Final exams are HALF DAYS, and all students are dismissed at 12:16 PM each day.


It is imperative that students attend school each of the final exam days, as finals will not be administered early. If a student has an extenuating circumstance that prevents him or her from taking the final exam on the assigned date, he or she must submit a written note from a parent to Assistant Principal, Dr. Popoola.

Congratulations to our STUDENTS of the MONTH and P.R.I.D.E. Scholars!

Each month members of the Hapeville Exchange Club award our Student of the Month with a certificate, graphing calculator, and monetary gift. The Student of the Month for October is Ms. Jordyn Spencer, and for the month of November Mr. Nicholas Wilkinson. We are grateful for the Hapeville Exchange Club's partnership and recognition of our scholars.