Worth County High School News

Soccer June 2019 Schedule WCMS/WCHS Soccer June 2019 Schedule
Goff Signing WCHS Senior, Gabe Goff, Signs with Emmanuel College

WCHS Senior, Gabe Goff, signed a letter of intent to attend Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia as a student-athlete on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, where he will be joining the Lions baseball team this fall. Congratulations, Gabe! We are very proud of you and know you will continue to be successful in all that you do!  #GoRams #RamPride

WCHS/WCMS New Choral Instructor Rosser Welcome to the RAM Family - WCHS/WCMS Choral Instructor

Ms. Makinsey Rosser will take on the role of Choral Instructor for both the middle and high schools starting the school year 2019-2020.  

School's Power Up for Summer Fun Logo US Department of Agriculture Flyer - Find Summer Meals in Your Community

Did you know there are free activities and meals available in your community for your kids and teens this summer? Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens 18 and younger at many locations throughout the nation throughout the summer while school is out of session.

Baseball All-Region WCHS Baseball Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Team

Congratulations to the following Rams baseball players! These athletes were selected out of all Region 1-AAA players based on their performance this season to be a part of the All-Region 1-AAA baseball team. 

1st Team All-Region 1-AAA:
Gabe Goff
Bryce Graddy
Jack Fletcher
Worth Smith
Bailey Coker

2nd Team All-Region 1-AAA:
Gabe Burger
Garrett Kelly
Griffin Melton

Also, Cason King was chosen as Region 1-AAA Hitter of the Year, and Jeremiah Reddell was selected as Region 1-AAA Co-Region Pitcher of the Year. 

Congratulations to all!  We are proud of your dedication and hard work this season! #GoRams #AllRegion #RamPride

Soccer All Region WCHS Soccer Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Team

Congratulations to the following Rams and Lady Rams soccer players! These athletes were picked out of all Region
1-AAA players based on their performance this season to be a part of the All-Region 1-AAA team. 

1st Team All-Region 1-AAA:
Ashley Lynn
Alyssa Craft
Eren Brown
Ray Spraggins
Zalen Timmons
Chandler Moore
Mackenzie Daniels

2nd Team All-Region 1-AAA:
Erin Blanchard
Jasmine Lucas
Kenady Smith
Kaniya Bryant
Brianna Zupko
Rylan Bozeman
David Singletary
Luke Paramore
Tyler Goodwin
Cole Pate
Michael Grimsley
Austin Douglas

In addition, Baylee Salter was named Offensive Player of the Year and Riley Larson won Freshman Player of the Year for Region 1-AAA.  Riley Larson has also been selected to play in the State All-Star game Sunday, May 19th at Sprayberry High School in Marietta, Georgia.

Congratulations to all!  We are proud of your dedication and hard work this season! #GoRams #AllRegion #RamPride

Summer Soccer Camp 2019 Flyer Summer Soccer Camp for Worth County School District Students

A WCSD Soccer Summer Camp is scheduled for June 3rd-6th.  Each day will start at 8:00am and end at 11:00am.  Bring your sneakers, a drink, and a soccer ball(optional) to Worth County Elementary School soccer field.  This event is open to WCSD rising 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students.  

STEM Summer Camp ASU Constellation Summer Camp

Albany State University is hosting a no cost STEM summer camp for middle and high school students. Please contact ASU if you have questions. 

Future Educators WCHS Students Participate in Georgia Future Educators Signing Day 2019

Georgia Future Educators Signing Day was held on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. Similar to athletic signing events, students are recognized for their commitment to the field of education. This initiative provides the opportunity to recognize high school students who plan to dedicate their service to educating Georgia’s future youth.  Georgia Future Educators Signing Day also emphasizes the positive highlights of the education profession and is supported by the State School Superintendent’s Office, Division of Career and Technical Education (CTAE), Georgia Early Childhood Education Foundation (GECEF), and Georgia’s colleges and universities. Congratulations to our seniors and we wish you all the best of luck on your journey to becoming an educator! #RamPride

Pictured L-R: Vanessa Appling, Desaray Parsley, Alicia Shipp-Kelly, Ariuna Johnson, Tiashia McCullough, Jakori Edwards, Courtney Curry, Jamyrius Barnes, Teirra Williams, Amira Walker, Maggie Souter, Hannah Avery

The following students also completed the Early Childhood Education End of Pathway:
Vanessa Appling
Hannah Avery
Ariuna Johnson
Alicia Shipp-Kelly
Maggie Souter
Amira Walker
Teirra Williams

J. Lucas Signing WCHS Senior, Jasmine Lucas, Signs with Andrew College

WCHS Senior, Jasmine Lucas, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia as a student-athlete on Thursday, May 9, 2019, where she will be joining the Lady Tigers soccer this fall. Congratulations, Jasmine! We are very proud of you and know you will continue to be successful in all that you do!  #GoRams #RamPride

A. Lynn Signing WCHS Senior, Ashley Lynn, Signs with Andrew College

WCHS Senior, Ashley Lynn, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia as a student-athlete on Thursday, May 9, 2019, where she will be joining the Lady Tigers soccer this fall. Congratulations, Ashley! We are very proud of you and know you will continue to be successful in all that you do!  #GoRams #RamPride

D. WIlliams Signing WCHS Senior, De'Anna Williams, Signs with Southern Union State Community College

WCHS Senior, De'Anna Williams, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Southern Union State Community College in Wadley, Alabama as a student-athlete on Thursday, May 9, 2019, where she will be joining the Lady Bison basketball team this fall. This year, De’Anna joined the WCHS Basketball 1000 Point Club by scoring 1000 points during her high school basketball career. Congratulations, De'Anna! We are very proud of you and know you will continue to be successful in all that you do!  #GoRams #RamPride

JCTD, Inc. Triple-A Award Winners JCTD, Inc. Present Triple-A Awards

Mr. Webbie Hill, WCSD Bus Driver and the Brotherhood Ministry at Jesus Christ Tabernacle of Deliverince, Inc. (JCTD, Inc.) are recognizing eight of our Worth County School District students with the Triple-A Award.  

L. Gwines State FFA WCHS Senior, Luke Gwines, is State Winner at FFA Convention

Worth County FFA member Luke Gwines is the State winner in the Proficiency Award area of Fruit Production.  Luke was the South region winner and went on to compete in the State contest which was held at the State FFA Convention on April 25.  Luke’s Proficiency award was in the area of fruit production which includes pecan production.  Luke presented his pecan production project to a panel of judges and was faced with a session of intense questioning about his project and record keeping skills.  Luke also won the state award last year in the area of fiber and oil crop production.  Luke is a senior and is currently serving as FFA President at Worth County High School. Luke Gwines and Nick Deese were awarded their State FFA Degrees at the Convention Saturday.  Reese Hancock and Nick Deese represented the Worth High Chapter as official delegates. Way to go! We are proud of each of you! #RamPride

The Rampage WCHS The Rampage 4th Nine Weeks Newsletter

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Class of 2019 WCHS Class of 2019 Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Honor Graduates

Congratulations to the 2019 Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Honor Graduates! 

Graduation WCHS Class of 2019 Graduation Information

The Worth County High School Graduation Ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 25, 2019, at 8:00 A.M. at the WCHS football stadium. Seniors should arrive at the football stadium at 7:00 A.M. for line-up and last minute instructions.

The graduation dress code is as follows:

  • Girls: Black dress (NO STRAPLESS OR SPAGHETTI STRAPS), black dress shoes (NO FLIP FLOPS). The dress should not be seen outside of the graduation gown.
  • Boys: White dress shirt, black or dark tie, black slacks, black socks, black dress shoes (NO FLIP FLOPS).
  • No cell phones are allowed during the graduation ceremony.

Other important dates to remember are:

  • Senior Intervention Days – The week of April 29 to May 4 from 3:30–7:30 P.M. and Saturday from 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
  • Senior Breakfast - Monday, May 20, 2019, at 8:00 A.M. Senior Walk will start immediately after the Senior Breakfast.
  • Graduation practice – Wednesday, May 22, Thursday, May 23; & Friday, May 24, 2018 (starting time 8:30 A.M.).

In the event of rain, the graduation ceremony will be held in the WCHS Gym at 11:00 A.M. Due to the limited seating in the gym, each senior will receive six admission tickets.  If the gym becomes crowded, guests will be directed to the WCHS Gymatorium where they can view a screen that shows the graduation ceremony. 

Honor graduates will be announced at a later date.

Mock Trial WCHS Mock Trial Closing Argument Competition Final Round Results

The final round of the Mock Trial Closing Argument Competition took place this morning, April 9, 2019, on the stage in the Worth County High School Gymatorium. 

DPH Logo Georgia Department of Public Health NOTICE: Meningococcal Disease

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Academic Bowl WCHS Academic Bowl Winners 2019

Congratulations to the 2019 WCHS Academic Bowl winners! Click 'Read More' for more information and pictures.

3rd Nine Weeks WCHS Principal's Awards Breakfast for Third Nine Weeks

Mr. Calhoun honored students with the Principal’s Award on Friday, March 29, 2019 during an awards breakfast. This ceremony honored students who have achieved excellence in academics, clubs, or athletics during the third nine weeks of school.  We are so proud these students and their accomplishments! #RamPride

Rifle Team Logo WCHS Rifle Team Competes at the Georgia State Rifle Championship

The Worth County Rifle Team competed in the first round of the Georgia State Rifle Championship on March 27, 2019.  After a very long ride to Dallas, Georgia the team competed against Paulding County High School. The teams were very evenly matched having had almost identical scores throughout the regular season.  After the prone position, Paulding County was leading by one point. After the standing position scores came in, Worth County gained a two-point lead. After kneeling position scores were tallied, the Worth County Rams had pulled out a seven-point victory.  Worth County finished with a score of 1090 to Paulding Counties 1083. The next state qualifier will most likely be against Georgia Military College Prep School in Milledgeville, Georgia. 

Individual high score by position was as follows:

Kylee Burrell – Prone Position – 100 (a perfect score), Standing 92

Jessica Gibbs – Kneeling - 95

Congratulations to the Worth County Rifle team on their individual and team accomplishments and good luck in the next State qualifier to be scheduled by coaches soon. #RamPride

Senior Superlatives 2019 Senior Superlatives

Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Senior Superlatives!

iRambots WCHS STEM Robotics Team Wins Rookie Inspiration Award

Congratulations to the WCHS STEM Robotics team! They won the 2019 Rookie Inspiration Award at the FIRST Robotics Competition (Peachtree District) in Columbus on March 23, 2019! This award recognizes the team’s efforts to increase awareness of STEM in the community.  They have now secured their spot at the State Championship and will compete during the first week of April.  Awesome job, team! We are proud of this awesome accomplishment! #RamPride

Photo Credits: iRambots Facebook Page

SkillsUSA State WCHS Students Attend State SkillsUSA Competition

Congratulations to Harlie Parker and Chance Causey! Harlie placed fourth in the Welding Competition, and Chance placed fourth in Metal Working Display at the SkillsUSA State Competition in Atlanta on March 22, 2019.  They both worked hard to earn the right to say that they are the fourth best in the state of Georgia! Fantastic job, guys!  We are proud of you and your hard work! #RamPride

WCHS Band WCHS Intermediate and Advanced Band Score Superior Rating

Congratulations to the WCHS Intermediate Band! They scored a straight superior rating on their program during the LGPE (Large Group Performance Evaluation) Festival in Bainbridge recently. The Advanced Band also scored a straight superior rating for their performance at LGPE in Cairo. The Advanced Band also had a perfect score! Way to go, Rams! We are proud of your hard work! #RamPride

K. Bryant WCHS Junior, Kaniya Bryant, Wins 3-Point Shootout Contest

Congratulations to Kaniya Bryant! She won 1st place in the 3-Point Shootout Contest at the All-Star basketball game recently. Way to go, Kaniya! We are proud of you!  #RamPride

Photo credit: Jakori Edwards

Causey Welding WCHS Welding Students Awarded Scholarships at Tulsa Welding Competition

Congratulations Michael Chance Causey! He won third place at the Tulsa Welding Competition on Friday, March 8, 2019, in Colquitt County. With this win, Chance earned a $4,500 scholarship along with several hundred dollars worth of welding gear. Harlie Parker had some technical problems but still came in 6th place. Harlie, John Goerk and Nathan Fincher all won a $500 scholarship.  Fantastic job, guys! We are proud of your hard work! #RamPride

Rifle Team WCHS Rifle Team Competes at the Area 2 Regional Rifle Championship

On 14 March the Worth County Rifle Team competed in the Area 2 Regional Rifle Championship. There were thirteen rifle teams represented with only the top six teams becoming eligible to move on to the State qualifier matches and a chance to get to the State Championship at Fort Benning Georgia.  The competition this year was tough but the Worth County rifle team placed 4th in the region earning them the right to move on to the first round of state qualifying matches.

Individual awards for the season were also given during the match ceremony. Worth County High School was well represented with four of the five Worth County shooters being recognized individually for their accomplishments as follows:

Jessica Gibbs – First Team All- Area and Highest average Kneeling Position

Kylee Burrell – Team All-Area

Joydan Smith – All Rookie Team

Brooke Hall – All Rookie Team

Congratulations to the Worth County Rifle team on their individual and team accomplishments and good luck in the State qualifiers coming up against Paulding County. #RamPride

iRambots WCHS Robotics Team Wins Rookie All-Star Award

Congratulations to the WCHS Robotics team! They won the 2019 Rookie All-Star Award at the FIRST Robotics Competition (Peachtree District) in Albany on February 16, 2019! They will now compete at the state level during the first week of April for a chance at the Rookie All-Star Champion title. They have a 1 in 5 chance of winning that title, which will take them to the World Championship in Texas! Way to go, team! We are proud of this awesome accomplishment! #RamPride

Photo Credits: iRambots Facebook Page

Basketball WCHS Basketball Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Team

Congratulations to the following Rams and Lady Rams Varsity basketball players! These student-athletes were picked out of all Region 1-AAA players based on their performance this season to be a part of the All-Region 1-AAA team.  Jacobe Nether was also selected as the 12th Grade Player of the Year!  Congratulations to all!  We are proud of your dedication and hard work this season! #GoRams #AllRegion #RamPride

College and Career Fair WCHS Hosts Annual College and Career Fair

Recently, WCHS 11th and 12th grade students had the opportunity to talk with multiple colleges and many representatives from different careers at the 2019 WCHS College and Career Fair. Approximately 70 different colleges, technical institutes, state and local businesses were present to talk with our students.  

This was the 12th Annual College and Career Fair hosted by WCHS.  The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about the importance of college, connect students with many different professions, and to give our community members a chance to share their expertise with our students. The College and Career Fair is one of the Guidance Department’s biggest events.  WCHS is very thankful to those who came and shared information with the students.

WCHS greatly appreciates the following College and Career Fair sponsors:

City of Sylvester
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Phoebe Medical Center
Piggly Wiggly
RCI Electric
Sylvester Walmart
Worth County Board of Commissioners

G. Peterson WCHS Senior, Gavosky Peterson, Signs with Point University

WCHS Senior, Gavosky Peterson, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Point University in West Point, Georgia as a student-athlete on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, where he will be joining the Skyhawk's football team this fall. Congratulations, Gavosky! We are very proud of you and know you will continue to be successful in all that you do!  #GoRams #RamPride

 

Young Georgia Authors WCHS Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition Winners

Congratulations to our 2018-19 Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition winners! 

Angelina Martinez - King and Mandela: Civil Rights Leaders (9th Grade)

Savannah Pritchard - The Surfacing Truth (10th Grade)

Brianna Zupko - In Her Head (11th Grade)

Hannah Holton - Blossoms (12th Grade)

We are very proud of each of you! #RamPride

Literary Meet WCHS Hosts Region 1-AAA Literary Competition

WCHS hosted the Region 1-AAA Literary Competition on Thursday, February 28, 2019.

FFA Pics Worth FFA Attends Georgia Junior National Livestock Show

Worth County FFA members Rachel Rigsby, Rylan Bozeman and Luke Gwines represented Worth County at the Georgia Junior National Livestock Show in Perry February 21-23. The market hog showmanship classes were held Thursday and Rachel Rigsby placed fifth in tenth grade showmanship.  Rachel’s market hogs placed fourth in the gilt weight class on Saturday and seventh in the barrow weight class on Friday.

Rylan Bozeman won first place in showmanship in the Breeding Doe show on Friday.  Rylan’s two goats went on to finish first and second place in the breeding doe classes.  The FFA members did a great job showing their livestock in Perry. #RamPride

L. Gwines State FFA WCHS Luke Gwines is State FFA Proficiency Finalist

Worth County FFA member Luke Gwines is the South Region winner in the Proficiency Award area of Fruit Production.  Through his Supervised Agricultural Experience Project (SAEP), Luke has competed in the area of fruit and nut production.  Luke has worked with his family’s pecan enterprise and has gained a lot of knowledge and experience in pecan production.  He applies best management practices, safety measures, financial planning, and recordkeeping skills in his project.  Luke has also witnessed the devastating effects of Hurricane Michael on the pecan industry and understands the hardships involved with agriculture in general.  Luke is a senior and Chapter President of Worth High FFA.  Luke will compete on the State level in April at the Georgia State FFA Convention in Macon. #RamPride

WCHS/WCMS CBI Trip WCHS and WCMS Classes Take Community Based Instruction Trip

Mrs. Garwood and Mrs Tillery's class, along with Mrs. Suggs and Dr. Byrd's classes from WCMS, took part in an exciting Community Based Instruction trip last Thursday to Margaret Jones Library, El Metate, and Best Friends Humane Society. Students learned how to apply for a library card, check out books, and use all of the resources available at the library. They all enjoyed El Metate, some ate Mexican food for the first time. Lastly, we went to Best Friends Humane Society to learn how to care for animals and the importance of community service. We learned that while we thought we were there to help animals we quickly realized how much animals can actually help us. We can not wait to partner with Best Friends in the future for work-based opportunities for the students in our class.

School Bus New Bus Safety Law - Senate Bill 25 Signed into Law

Governor Kemp signed into immediate effect Senate Bill 25 to improve school bus safety for families and children across Georgia.  Click below for more information about SB 25.  

WCSD Students at 4-H District Project Achievement Worth County 4-H'ers Compete at District Project Achievement

Worth County 4-H’ers competed at District Project Achievement recently. These students created portfolios and presentations in different subject areas. Three WCMS and three WCHS students competed in front of judges at Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Eatonton, GA. Click below for results.

L. Cooper WCHS Student, Brian Luke Cooper, Chosen for Washington Youth Tour

Brian Luke Cooper, a Junior at WCHS, was nominated to have an interview with Mitchell EMC for a spot to attend the Washington Youth Tour. Luke went to Camilla last week for the interview and was selected as a delegate to go on the Washington Youth Tour. Only four students out of the Mitchell EMC area were selected for this trip. The Washington Youth Tour is Georgia's oldest leadership program for teens. Mitchell EMC sponsors students for this exciting, educational trip. The week-long tour is jam-packed with sightseeing where history comes to life. While touring, students will visit many of the major monuments and memorials, including the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, and the White House. Students will also visit Capitol Hill where they will meet with Georgia’s senators and congressmen. Many other activities and sights are also included in this week-long adventure. Congratulations to Luke for being selected for this great opportunity! #WCHS #GoRams #RamPride

H. Holton Poem WCHS Senior, Hannah Holton, Has Poem Published

WCHS Senior, Hannah Holton, recently had her poem published in the 2019 Rising Stars Collection by Appelley Publishing. Her poem has also been entered in the Appeley Publishing National Student Poetry Contest.  Awesome job, Hannah!  We are proud of you and this huge achievement! #RamPride

C. Goodwin WCHS Senior, Carsen Goodwin, Signs with Maryville College

WCHS Senior, Carsen Goodwin, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Maryville College in Tennessee as a student-athlete on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.  Carsen played as a linebacker during his high school football career.  Congratulations, Carsen! We are very proud of you and wish you the best in all of your future endeavors!  #RamPride

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T. Thrower WCHS Senior, Tevin Thrower, Signs with Maryville College

WCHS Senior, Tevin Thrower, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Maryville College in Tennessee as a student-athlete on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.  Tevin played as a running back during his time as a Ram. Congratulations, Tevin! We are very proud of you and know you will continue to be successful in all that you do!  #RamPride

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SkillsUSA Quiz Bowl WCHS SkillsUSA Quiz Bowl Team Wins Gold in Region Competition

Congratulations to the WCHS SkillsUSA Quiz Bowl Team!  They won first place in the SkillsUSA Region 7 Quiz Bowl Competition at Southern Regional Technical College on Friday, February 1, 2019! The team includes Chance Causey (12th), Brandon Clinton (10th), John Harris (10th), Bryson Holton (10th), and Brianna Zupko (11th).  They will now advance to the state competition on March 21-23, 2019 at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta.  Way to go, guys!  We are very proud of each of you and this huge accomplishment! #RamPride

Pictured L-R: Chance Causey, John Harris, Brandon Clinton, Bryson Holton, Brianna Zupko (sitting)

H. Parker Welding WCHS Senior, Harlie Parker, Wins Gold in Region Welding Competition

Congratulations to Harlie Parker!  Harlie won first place in the SkillsUSA Region 7 Welding Competition at Southern Regional Technical College on Friday, February 1, 2019! Harlie will now advance to the state competition on March 21-23, 2019 at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta.  Awesome job, Harlie!  We are very proud of you and this huge accomplishment! #RamPride

Holocaust Museum WCHS Students Create Holocaust Museum

Students in Mr. Shemwell’s English classes and Ms. Ford’s Science classes created posters and artifacts related to the Holocaust after finishing a cross-curricular unit over the Holocaust.  The unit included reading the novel Night by Elie Wiesel, genetic properties, engineering principals, and researching information about the Holocaust to answer the essential question: Why and how should the Holocaust be remembered?  The students displayed their project-based learning in the WCHS Gymatorium on January 30, 2019.  The classes also conducted guided tours each period of the Holocaust Museum.  This year marks the 74th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust.  Way to go, students and teachers! #RamPride

Worth FFA to Celebrate National FFA Week Worth FFA to Celebrate National FFA Week

Sylvester, Georgia- The Worth County High School FFA Chapter plans to celebrate National FFA Week during the week of February 23 through March 2, 2019.  The theme for the year is “Just One” meaning we all have the power to choose Just One action that propels us forward.

E. Duckworth WCHS Beta Club Attends Georgia Senior Beta Club Convention
WCHS Freshman, Eliana Duckworth, won 1st place in 9th grade Language Arts at the Georgia Senior Beta Club Convention in Savannah on Friday, January 25, 2019!  She now has the opportunity to advance to the National Beta Convention and national competition which will take place this June in Oklahoma City, OK.  Way to go, Eliana!  We are very proud of your accomplishment! 
 
Additionally, Worth County High School also received the Gold Key Award for the second consecutive year for 10% growth. Mrs. Melissa Souter and Mr. Darrin Potts are the WCHS Beta Club advisors.  #RamPride
 
 
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Teachers of the Year 2020 Congratulations to our Worth County School District Teachers of the Year 2020

Congratulations to our four fabulous Worth County Schools Teachers of the Year:  Kenyon Sims, Lindsey Wright, Michelle Suggs, and Rachel Calhoun.  Click below to read more. 

2nd Nine Weeks Breakfast WCHS Principal's Awards Breakfast for Second Nine Weeks

Mr. Calhoun honored students with the Principal’s Award on Friday, January 25, 2019 during an awards breakfast. This ceremony honored students who have achieved excellence in academics, clubs, or athletics during the second nine weeks of school.  We are so proud these students and their accomplishments! #RamPride

All-Region Band WCHS Students Selected for All-Region Band

Congratulations to our four students who qualified to perform in the All-Region Band in April!

Courtney Hood - Trumpet
Talley Powell - Flute 1st Chair
Riley Shealey - French Horn
Jaylah Thomas- Clarinet 1st Chair

Way to go, students!  We are proud of you and your hard work! #RamPride

Star Student/Teacher WCHS STAR Student and Teacher Announced

Congratulations to our 2019 STAR Student, Courtney Hood!  Courtney selected Social Studies teacher, Mr. Josh Miller as STAR Teacher 2019.

The Page Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program is sponsored, administered and promoted by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE). Since its creation by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the STAR program has honored over 25,000 students and the teachers they have selected as having had the most influence on their academic achievement. To obtain the 2019 STAR nomination, graduating high school seniors must have the highest score on a single test date on the SAT and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average.  The Sylvester Kiwanis Club is the local STAR program sponsor.  This is an outstanding accomplishment and we are very proud of you both! #RamPride

Garwood Tillery Class Trip WCHS Class Visits The Clay Sport and Mellow Mushroom

Mrs. Tillery and Mrs. Garwood's class had a blast today visiting The Clay Spot and Mellow Mushroom with Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Souter's class from WCPS. The students learned about social skills, restaurant etiquette, appropriate leisure activities, how to be a peer mentor, and explored job opportunities available at restaurants. They can not wait for their next trip to Best Friends Humane Society and El Metate. Mrs. Tillery and Mrs. Garwood appreciate all of the support they have received from fundraisers that have allowed their students to partake in these valuable hands-on learning experiences which help promote productive citizenship.  

 

Worth Smith WCHS Sophomore, Worth Smith, Selected for HOBY Leadership Program

Congratulations to Worth Smith for being selected for the Hugh O'Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Program! One sophomore per high school is selected to attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar at Georgia College, and he will attend and represent WCHS this summer! Congratulations, Worth!  We are proud of this huge accomplishment! #RamPride

WCHS Homecoming-Prom Dress Code 2019 WCHS Prom Dress Code

Please see the attached flyer for information regarding Prom 2019 dress code.

T. Powell Flute WCHS Sophomore, Talley Powell, Makes All-State Band

Congratulations to WCHS Sophomore, Talley Powell, for making All-State Band in flute performance.  Talley is the first student from Worth County to make All-State with a woodwind instrument in over 20 years.  She will travel to Athens, Georgia during the first weekend in March to attend this statewide event where she will be one of 32 flute players in the 9th and 10th grade band. #RamPride

Freedom Shrine WCHS Students Participate in Freedom Shrine Exam

On Friday, January 18, 2019, WCHS students that participated in the Freedom Shrine exam attended the Albany Exchange Club Luncheon. Before the exam, each student read and studied a booklet containing important documents such as the Mayflower Compact, the Declaration of Independence, etc.  During the luncheon, the following students won prizes for their exam scores. 

1st Place Tie: Samantha Foerster and Hannah Holton

3rd Place: Talley Powell

The Freedom Shrine is part of the National Exchange Club and is a collection of historical document replicas that serves to remind all of us of the great efforts that have been taken to ensure our freedom.  Plaques of the documents can be seen outside of the WCHS Media Center.

Congratulations to these students! We are very proud of your hard work! #RamPride

Pictured L-R: Samantha Foerster, Hannah Holton, Talley Powell

 

 
FBLA Region WCHS FBLA Students Attend Region Conference

Ten WCHS FBLA students attended the FBLA Region Conference at Southern Regional Technical College in Moultrie on Friday, January 18th. 

The following students won awards at the conference:
1st place in Business Calculations: Tanisha Patel
1st Place in Public Speaking: Lora Coxwell
2nd Place in Intro to Financial Math: Zakkery Parton (not pictured)
2nd Place in Client Service: Kyjuana Vance
4th Place in Impromptu Speaking: Shiv Patel
5th Place in Intro to Public Speaking: Fatima Resendez

Tanisha Patel, Lora Coxwell, and Zakkery Parton will also advance to the state competition in March.


In addition, Luke Cooper, our Region 1 President, conducted a leadership workshop for students during the conference.

Congratulations to all of these students!  We are very proud of your hard work! #RamPride

Pictured L-R: Shiv Patel, Tanisha Patel, Alexis Alligood (back), Lora Coxwell, Heena Patel, Fatima Resendez, Ranijel Farley, Kyjuana Vance, Alexandria Alligood, Luke Cooper

January 17, 2019 - College Event Day WCHS Seniors Attend College Event Day

WCHS Seniors attended a College Event Day on January 17, 2019, in the WCHS Gymatorium.  During the event, students were able to network with representatives from eight local colleges/universities and one out of state university.  A representative from Georgia Student Finance Commission (GFSC) was also on-site to offer assistance with completing and submitting the 2019-20 FAFSA.  The colleges and universities included:

  • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
  • Albany State University
  • Albany Technical College
  • Andrew College
  • Georgia Southwestern State University
  • Gordon State College
  • Johnson & Wales University (out of state)
  • Southern Regional Technical College
  • Valdosta State University
Goodwin and Thrower Two WCHS Rams Set to Play in All-Star Game

Congratulations to WCHS Seniors Carsen Goodwin and Tevin Thrower!  They were recently selected to play in the Georgia Florida All-Star game!  The game is set Friday, January 18, 2019, at 6:30 PM at Thomasville High School.  Way to go, guys! We are very proud of your accomplishment! #RamPride

The Rampage WCHS The Rampage 3rd Nine Weeks Newsletter

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Band Concert WCHS Ram Band Winter Concert

The WCHS Ram Band performed at their annual Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 18, 2018.  All of the students' hard work and preparation showed as the concert was enjoyed by all in attendance.  The WCHS Ram Band is under the direction of Mr. Timothy Fancher.  #RamPride

Toy Drive WCHS Faculty, Staff, and Students Collect Toys for Families in Need

WCHS SGA, BETA, and Key Club members, along with WCHS faculty and staff, collected toys during the week of December 10th to support the annual Christmas Clearing House Project sponsored by the Sylvester-Worth County Chamber of Commerce.  All toys collected will be distributed to families in need throughout the county. #RamPride

Winter Choir Concert WCHS Winter Choir Concert

The WCHS Choir performed at their annual Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 13, 2018.  The choral students sang beautifully, and the program was enjoyed by all in attendance.  The WCHS Choral members are under the direction of Mrs. Leslie Holton.  #RamPride

DNA Breakout WCHS Biology Students Participate in Breakout EDU Game

Mrs. Ellis’ Biology classes participated in a DNA Breakout EDU game on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.  Students raced against the time to fix humanity's mutated DNA code. Five lucky teams were able to "break out" and solve all the puzzles. All students enjoyed this interactive learning experience. #RamPride   

DNA Breakout EDU

GMEA District Honor Band WCHS Band Members Earn a Seat in District Honor Band and All-State Auditions

Auditions for GMEA District 2 Honor Band and All-State were held on Saturday, December 8, 2018, at Crisp County High School.  Thirteen WCHS students made District 2 Honor Band.  Of those thirteen, eight students scored high enough to proceed to the next round of All-State auditions that will be held on January 5, 2019, in Houston County.  Congratulations to these talented students!  We are proud of your hard work and dedication! #RamPride

Pictured left to right (back row): Erin Dixon*, Tally Powell*, Makenna Crosby, Jayla Thomas*, Courtney Hood*, Riley Shealey*, Austin Martin, Keiarra Parker, Kendall Evans*

Pictured left to right (front row): Austin Sheller, Kellen Evans*, Nya Womack, Jamyrius Barnes*

*Proceeding to 2nd Round of All-State Auditions

Chick-fil-A WCHS Student-Leaders Attend Chick-fil-A Leadership Assembly

The Chick-fil-A Leadership Organization, led by Corey Holman, conducted two sessions with student-leaders at WCHS on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.  This "Remarkable Experience" included inspirational speaking, motivational videos, and student participation.  Students learned about servant leadership, and they were reminded that it is never too early to make a difference in the world.  Breakfast from Chick-fil-A was provided by the school for the participants.  

ITGMagazine SGA Player of the Year Worth County Students Recognized at the In The Game Magazine Awards Banquet

In The Game Magazine holds an annual banquet to recognize the best athletes in South Georgia.  Congratulations to Nan'Travious Toomer, South Georgia Middle School Player of the Year.  WCHS students Jordan Curry and Tayshaun Shipp were also recognized as Worth County Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year. WCMS Head Football Coach is Austin Newton and WCHS Head Football Coach is Frankie Carroll. 

Life Hacks WCHS Seniors Attend Life Hacks Seminar

WCHS Seniors attended a Life Hacks Seminar on Thursday, December 6, 2018.  At the beginning of the assembly, Mrs. Edwards, WCHS Assistant Principal and CTAE Director, shared life hacks for becoming a successful adult and the importance of a strong elevator speech.  Ram alumni, Chris Shipp, Christie Crowe Childers, Jarvis Jefferson, Kyle Tomlinson, and Courtney Douglas, also shared words of encouragement for life after high school and participated in a Q&A session.  At the end of the seminar, the students had a chance to network and swap business cards with the Ram alumni panel and local stakeholders.  

WCHS JROTC Earns Title of Honor Unit with Distinction WCHS JROTC Earns Title of Honor Unit with Distinction

WCHS JROTC earned the title of Honor Unit with Distinction by Cadet Command during their inspection last week!  Each cadet earned a gold star for their uniforms.  The students and instructors have worked hard to maintain this distinction, which has been held by the Ram Battalion for many years.  Congratulations to WCHS JROTC!

 

Final Prom Them Voting Attention Seniors: Final Prom Theme Voting

Seniors, it's time for you to cast your final vote for Prom Theme 2019. Use the link below to vote. Make sure you have a say in making Prom 2019 a night to remember! 

Prom Theme 2019

Band Performs WCHS Band Students Perform at Local Church

Nine WCHS Band students accepted an invitation to perform at one of the local churches on November 29, 2018.  These students will be auditioning on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at the first round of tryouts for All State Band, and they played their selections for church goers at the Thursday night supper. #RamPride

Welding WCHS Welding Students Awarded Scholarships

Congratulations to all of the WCHS welding students who competed in the South Georgia and Southwest Georgia Skills Challenge on Thursday, November 29, 2018. All of our students earned $500 scholarships, and Senior Harlie Parker won 1st place!  Harlie beat out 96 other competitors for this win!  He was awarded a $5000 scholarship and $1500 of welding equipment.  Awesome job, students!  We are very proud of each of you! #RamPride 

 
Shotgun Team Worth County 4-H Shotgun Team Wins National Championship

The Worth County 4-H Shotgun team was honored at a special ceremony on Thursday, November 29, 2018, at the WCHS, Gymatorium.  The team, coached by Andy Oliver and John Fullmer, consists of Dean Oliver (WCHS), John Fullmer (2018 WCHS Graduate),  Ambus Powell (Tiftarea Academy) and Coty James (Tiftarea Academy).  State Representative Ed Rynders presented the team with a Resolution from the Georgia House of Representatives commending them for winning the 2018 National 4-H Shotgun Team Championship. State Senator Greg Kirk was also present to congratulate the team.  Congratulations!  WCHS is very proud of each of you, and your National Championship win!

All Region Football WCHS Football Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Team

Congratulations to the following Rams Varsity football players! These guys were picked out of all Region 1-AAA players based on their performance this season to be a part of the All-Region 1-AAA team.  Awesome job, guys!  We are proud of your dedication and hard work this season! #GoRams #AllRegion

1st Team All-Region 1-AAA:
WCHS 1st Team
Pictured left to right: Jordan Curry, Tevin Thrower, Ladarius Curry, Gavosky Peterson, Tay McCullough, Tayshaun Shipp

 

2nd Team All-Region 1-AAA:
WCHS 2nd Team
Pictured left to right: Jacobi Williams, Caleb Dowell, David Wilcher, Joseph Jones, Tyren Tyler

 

Honorable Mention:
WCHS Honorable Mention
Pictured left to right:  Carsen Goodwin, Montavious Buford, Ca'Nigel Brown, Jabez Harris, Makyjhia Jordan, Eren Brown, Telly Rayner

LTC Kirkbride and 1SG Hatchel Plaque Dedication WCHS Honors JROTC Leaders

On November 9, 2018, WCHS honored two special members of the Ram family. The hard work and dedication of LTC Wayne Kirkbride and 1SGT Joseph Hatchel were commemorated with bronze memorial plaques affixed to the exterior wall of the JROTC Rifle Range. LTC Kirkbride and 1SG Hatchel gave selflessly to the young men and women of Worth County. They molded and shaped the lives of countless students over their tenure at Worth County High School. LTC Kirkbride served for 22 years as an infantry officer and a Special Forces officer. After his retirement from the Army, he became the first Senior Army Instructor of the Worth County High School Ram Battalion. In addition to serving JROTC, LTC Kirkbride founded the wrestling program at WCHS and coached Cross Country. He led both of those programs with the same passion and dedication that he showed JROTC, resulting in both being highly respected programs across the state. LTC Kirkbride held the position of SAI for eight years before becoming a Science teacher here at WCHS. 1SGT Hatchel joined the Ram Battalion in 2006. In addition to his duties in the classroom, he coached the Drill team and was an instrumental part of the Raider team. His squads and platoon consistently finished among the top in the state during his tenure. Furthermore, the Ram Battalion earned Honor Unit with Distinction each year that 1SG Hatchel was with our program. In an effort to support the high school JROTC, 1SG Hatchel established a Leadership program at Worth County Middle School.  We are so thankful for the impact these two great men had on WCHS. #RamPride

T. White Signing WCHS Senior, Taylor White, Signs with Gulf Coast State College

Taylor White, WCHS Senior and Lady Rams softball player, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Gulf Coast State College as a student-athlete on Wednesday, November 28th.  During her time as a Lady Ram, Taylor switched between shortstop and pitcher.  She is a hard worker and very dedicated teammate.  Taylor had a career batting average of .308, 74 career RBIs, 106 career hits, and seven career home runs.  Congratulations, Taylor! We are very proud of you and your hard work and dedication!  #GoRams #RamPride

Chorus 18-19 All State WCHS All-State Chorus

Congratulations to the following WCHS students for qualifying to participate in the Georgia All-State Chorus that will be held February 14-16 in Athens!  Mrs. Holton is excited to announce that this is the largest group from Worth County that has ever attended.  Way to go, students!  We are very proud of each of you and your hard work and dedication! #RamPride

Pictured left to right: Jayla Thomas (10th), Andrew Crosby (10th), and Makenna Crosby (9th)
Not available at the time of picture:  Matthew Cook (12th) and Faith King (9th)

A. Adkins WCHS Senior, Abbey Adkins, Signs with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Abbey Adkins, WCHS Senior and Lady Rams softball player, signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College as a student-athlete on Wednesday, November 14th.  Throughout her high school career, Abbey played different positions, including pitcher and shortstop. She is a fierce competitor that always works and plays hard.  Abbey had a career batting average of .329, 99 career hits, and five career home runs.  Congratulations, Abbey! We are very proud of you and your hard work and dedication!  #GoRams #RamPride

Governor's Honors Program WCHS Announces the District Nominees for the Governor's Honors Program

Congratulations to the following students on being selected as district nominees for the Governor's Honors Program! We are very proud of each of you and this outstanding accomplishment! #RamPride

Student & Grade Nominating Teacher Area
Alexis Hall - 11th Dr. H. Powell Communicative Area
Benijah Hicks - 11th Dr. H. Powell Communicative Area
Robyn Rhames - 11th Dr. H. Powell Communicative Area
Samantha Foerster - 10th Mrs. Perrin Science
Takiyah Timmons - 10th Mrs. Young Science

Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students who will be rising juniors and seniors during the program.  The program offers instruction that is significantly different from the typical high school classroom, and that is designed to provide students with academic, cultural, and social enrichment necessary to become the next generation of global critical thinkers, innovators, and leaders.

GHP is held in mid-summer (mid-June to mid-July) as a residential educational experience on a college or university campus.  Students attend classes in the mornings and afternoons in specific areas of study, and they participate in a wide variety of social and instructional opportunities every evening.

Pictured left to right:  Robyn Rhames, Alexis Hall, Benijah Hicks, Samantha Foerster (Takiyah Timmons - not available at the time of the picture.)

 

Choir Day at ABAC WCHS Choir Members Attend ABAC Choral Day

The Worth County High School Choral members attended the annual ABAC Choral Day on the campus of Abraham Baldwin College in Tifton on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. WCHS Choral members performed with students from seven surrounding counties and worked with a special guest clinician, Dr. Larry Wyatt, from the University of South Carolina.  The WCHS Choral members are under the direction of Ms. Lesli Holton.

Comp cheer State WCHS Competition Cheerleaders Place in Top 10 at State

Congratulations to the Worth County High School Competition Cheerleaders! They placed in the top 10  in Region AAA at the 2018 GHSA Cheerleading State Championship in Columbus, Georgia on Saturday, November 10, 2018! Way to go on this outstanding accomplishment! We are very proud of our student-athletes and coaches! Go Rams! #RamPride

Chili Winners Worth County Educator and Board Member Win at Albany YMCA Chili Run

Worth County High School would like to congratulate Mrs. Rachel Calhoun and CSM Russell Beard for winning their age group at the Albany YMCA Chili Run on Saturday, November 10, 2018! Mrs. Rachel Calhoun is a social studies teacher at WCHS and is the 2019 WCHS Teacher of the Year.  CSM Russell Beard is a Worth County Board of Education member and former WCHS JROTC instustor.  Way to go on this impressive accomplishment! We are very proud of both of you! Go Rams! #RamPride

FABTECh 2018 WCHS Welding Students Attend FABTECH

On Thursday, November 8, 2018, welding students from WCHS attended FABTECH 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.  FABTECH is North America's largest metal forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing event.  This event provides a convenient ‘one-stop-shop’ venue where you can meet with world-class suppliers, see the latest industry products and developments, and find the tools to improve productivity, increase profits and discover new solutions to all of your metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing needs. Attendees can also view cutting-edge exhibits, learn from expert-led education, network with peers and more.

Mr. Jimmy Parker, the owner of Scales, Systems, and Automation, sponsored the trip for our students.  We appreciate his support of the welding program at WCHS.

Mr. Cory Miller, Welding Instructor and Ms. Tina Pate, Work-Based Learning Coordinator chaperoned the students.

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Softball All-Region WCHS Softball Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Team

Congratulations to the following Lady Rams Varsity softball players! These girls were picked out of all Region 1-AAA players based on their performance this season to be a part of the All-Region 1-AAA team.  Awesome job, ladies!  We are proud of your dedication and hard work this season! #GoRams #AllRegion

1st Team All-Region 1-AAA:
Taylor White
Julie Childers
Brooke Zinker

2nd Team All-Region 1-AAA:
Brooke Hall
Morgan Faulk
Janya Jones

Honorable Mention:
Abbey Adkins

Pictured left to right: Janya Jones, Brooke Zinker, Taylor White, Morgan Faulk, and Brooke Hall
(Not available at the time of picture: Julie Childers and Abbey Adkins)

F. Carroll Worth County Athletic Director Voted Athletic Director of the Year

Worth County Athletic Director, Coach Frankie Carroll, was voted Region 1-AAA Athletic Director of the Year on November 6, 2018!  Each school in Region 1-AAA casts votes for the athletic director that they feel manages the best sports program. Congratulations, Coach Carroll!  We are very proud of you and your hard work and dedication! #RamPride

Competition Cheer 11-3-2018 WCHS Competition Cheerleaders Named 2018 Region 1-AAA Champions

Congratulations to our WCHS Competition Cheerleaders!  They clinched the 2018 Region 1-AAA Championship on Saturday, November 3rd at the Region Tournament in Moultrie, Georgia.  These girls will be heading straight to the State Competition Cheerleading Finals in Columbus, Georgia on November 10th.  They are scheduled to take the mat at 9:00 AM. Congratulations to each student-athlete and coach!  We are very proud of you! #GoRams #RegionChamps #ColumbusBound #RamPride

Algebra II Breakout WCHS Students Escape the Algebra 2 Room

Students in Ms. Alexius Davis' class were assigned a task to "escape" out of the classroom on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.  In order for the students to escape; they had to use their mathematical knowledge and work as a team. She is proud to announce that ALL of her classes completed the math, puzzles, and riddles to escape the room. Way to go, students!  #RamPride

 

Gold Award WCHS Gold Award Recipient Announced

This year WCHS started a new tradition of recognizing a staff member of the year with a Gold Award.  Much like the teacher of the year, this award recognizes the outstanding individual performance of a staff member and celebrates his/her commitment and contributions to WCHS.  The 2018-19 WCHS Gold Award is awarded to Mr. Johnny Wilcher!  Mr. Johnny has worked for WCHS for the past four years.  He is our gentle giant that is always willing to help any employee in need.  Congratulations Mr. Johnny on this well-deserved honor!  We are so very thankful for your dedication and commitment to WCHS! #RamPride

Competition Cheer Called to Care WCHS Competition Cheerleaders Raise Money for Called to Care

Every year, cheer parents go out into the community asking for donations for raffle items for our annual Last Chance Cheer Classic. Many of our local downtown businesses support this. We sell raffle tickets for a dollar during the Last Chance Competition, and all money raised goes towards a good cause in our local community. We also take money raised for shout-outs, lib offs and jump offs. Shout-outs cost a dollar per shout-out to recognize individual cheerleaders as they take the mat. The lib off is a competition in which different squads compete by holding a lib in an extension for the longest amount of time. The jump-off is a competition in which cheerleaders take turns throwing their best-connected jumps (3 in a row). Past cheerleaders judge the jump-off and they look at height and execution of the jumps. The lib off entree is $10 per team, and the jump-off is $5 per cheerleader. Sue Youngblood began this fundraising tradition many years ago, and we have kept this tradition going because it is a great way to give back to the community. We choose different charities each year and this year we chose “Called to Care.” We are proud to say that we were able to present Ms. Kelly McCord with a check for $360.00.

XC Region 18 Cross Country Teams Compete in Region Competition and Qualify for State

The WCHS Cross Country teams competed at the Region 1-AAA Championship on October 24, 2018.  Brianna Zupko won 1-AAA 1st Place for the third straight year.  Zalen Timmons, Gabe Bartley, Jack Fletcher, James Payne, David Singletary, Joshua Hall, Luke Paramore, Brianna Zupko, Ashley Lynn, and Kaniya Bryant qualified for the state competition.  This competition will take place on November 3, 2018, in Carrollton, GA.  Congratulations to these students!  We are proud of each of you!  #RamPride

 

Competition Cheer 10-27-18 WCHS Competition Cheerleaders Take Home First Place at Last Chance Cheer Classic

Congratulations to our Competition Cheerleaders! Our girls won 1st place at the Last Chance Cheer Classic at Worth High School on October 27, 2018!  Awesome job,girls! We are proud of you! Please come support them on November 3rd at Colquitt County High School for Region! Competition begins at 10:00 AM and our girls are expected to take the mat around 11:30 AM. #RamPride

Rams Report Monthly District Newsletter Logo Rams Report - District Newsletter October 2018

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1st Nine Weeks Principal Award WCHS Principal's Awards Breakfast for First Nine Weeks

Mr. Calhoun honored students with the Principal’s Award on Friday, October 26th during an awards breakfast. This ceremony honored students who have achieved excellence in academics, clubs, or athletics during the first nine weeks of school.  We are so proud these students and their accomplishments! #RamPride

WCHS Students, Joanna Smith and Hannah Holton, Selected for All-Region Drama Cast WCHS Students, Joanna Smith and Hannah Holton, Selected for All-Region Drama Cast

Congratulations to WCHS Drama Club students, Joanna Smith and Hannah Holton!  Both girls were chosen to be a part of the All-Region cast (top eight).  Hannah also received a medal for being a part of the top four. Congratulations, ladies!  We are very proud of both of you and this accomplishment!  #RamPride

Softball Columbus Send Off WCHS Faculty and Students Send-Off Lady Rams Softball Team

WCHS faculty and students gathered to send-off the Varsity Lady Rams softball team on Thursday, October 25, 2018.

DAR H. Holton WCHS Hannah Holton Selected as DAR Good Citizen

Worth County High School Senior, Hannah Holton, was recently elected by the faculty to receive the prestigious Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen Award. This award is presented to a senior boy or girl who possesses the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism to an outstanding degree. 

The DAR Good Citizens Program is sponsored by our local Barnard Trail Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. Dianne Register is the DAR Chapter Good Citizenship Committee Chairman.  Congratulations Hannah! We are very proud of you and your accomplishments! #RamPride

Freedom Shrine Dedication WCHS Freedom Shrine Dedication

Members of the Albany Exchange Club Foundation held a dedication ceremony for the Freedom Shrine on October 24, 2018 at Worth County High School. The Freedom Shrine is an impressive display of a collection of historic document replicas that serves to remind all of us of the great efforts that have been taken to ensure our freedom. Some of the documents included in the Freedom Shrine are the Declaration of Independence, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech, The Constitution, The Gettysburg Address, The Bill of Rights, and The Star Spangled Banner.  The Freedom Shrine originated with the Freedom Train that toured the nation in 1947 carrying an exhibit of historic documents. It serves as an educational tool in schools. We are honored to have the Freedom Shrine in our school to promote good citizenship and to remind us that freedom is a precious gift.  Click here for more information about the Freedom Shrine.

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Worth County 4-H Teen Leaders FY19 Worth County 4-H Teen Leaders

4-H Teen Leaders serve as leaders for county events leading younger 4-H'ers while providing assistance to adults leading 4-H programs. They can also serve as teen chaperones of younger students during trips and attend 4-H summer camp as chaperones/positive bridges between younger 4-H’ers and adults. 

Worth County Livestock Show Team at Georgia National Fair in Perry Worth County Livestock Show Team Competes at Georgia National Fair

The Worth County Livestock Show Team competed in the Georgia Junior National Goat
and Lamb shows at the Georgia National Fair in Perry.  Click below to read more about results.  

wCHS Attendance Winners WCHS Perfect Attendance Winners

Congratulations to Attendance Awareness Month Perfect Attendance Winners. These students will each receive a pair of Homecoming tickets to the Homecoming Dance on October 6.:

9th Grade: Re’Sean Mathis

10th Grade: Cambria Buford

11th Grade: Andrew Oliver

12th Grade: Keyaira Toomer

These students need to see Mrs. Robison in the media center to claim their tickets! Congratulations! Go Rams!

RAMS Report - District Newsletter Logo Rams Report - District Newsletter September 2018

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CACG Grant Presentation to WCHS from Chamber 2018 Fall 2018 College Access Grant Presented to Worth County High School

September 24, 2018 – The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education has selected eight local chambers of commerce as winners of the Fall 2018 College Access Grant.These $3,000 mini-grants to local chambers of commerce are granted to leverage their visibility, voice, and influence in efforts to recruit more high school graduates – especially low-income – to enroll in college and encourage more adults to return to college.

 

WALB - Orthopedic Associates Player of the Week September 14, 2018 WCHS Senior Tevin Thrower Selected as WALB/Orthopedic Associates Player of the Week

Congratulations Tevin Thrower on being selected Player of the Week! 

WCHS 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year - Rachel Calhoun Congratulations 2018-2019 WCHS Teacher of the Year - Rachel Calhoun

Congratulations to Mrs. Rachel Calhoun, Worth County High School’s TOTY! Mrs. Calhoun teaches US History, Honors US History, and Honors American Government.  Mrs. Calhoun has been in education for 13 years, and this is her fifth year teaching at WCHS! 

WCHS Work-Based Learning Students 2018-2019 2018-2019 WCHS Work-Based Learning

WCHS is proud of our Work-Based Learning (WBL) students for the 2018-2019 school year. WBL includes internships, mentoring, and apprenticeship. WBL offers students opportunities to learn how the things they are learning in the classroom are connected to the real world. WCHS WBL Coordinator is Ms.Tina Pate.

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Worth County FFA compete in Tift Area MLMG Show Worth FFA Show Team Competes in Tift Area Meat Goat Show

Congratulations Rylan Bozeman and Parker Weaver! 

Book bag policy WCHS Book Bag, Purse, and Athletic Bag Policy

Please see the attached policy concerning book bags, purses, and athletic bags.

WCSD School Bus WCSS Bus Transportation Requirements for 2018-2019

As we begin the 2018-2019 school year, WCSS continues to focus on student safety on our school buses.  Riding a school bus is an extension of the school day and students are expected to follow the same rules of respect and follow directions as they would in the school building.  Please find the WCSS Bus Transportation Rules for 2018-2019 at the link below.  

Infinite Campus Infinite Campus Parent Portal

Infinite Campus is our district-wide student information system.  The Infinite Campus Parent Portal provides parents with a fast and convenient way to check student grades, schedules, attendance, and other resources.

FBLA Students Compete at National competition WCHS FBLA Members Compete at National Competition

WCHS FBLA members Luke Cooper, Day Story, and Kasey Black attended the FBLA National Conference in Baltimore, MD June 27-July 2. 

Story competed in Impromptu Speaking and Cooper competed in Client Services. The members were joined by adviser Sonya Davis and parents Lisa Story and Julie Black. Luke Cooper finished 7th in the nation in Client Services.  

ESS Logo - Every day counts. Worth County Schools Partners with ESS for Substitute Staff - Information to Apply

Worth County Schools is excited to announce that we've partnered with ESS! Moving forward, they will be responsible for recruiting, credentialing, hiring, placing, and managing all substitute teachers, paraprofessionals, school nutrition workers, clerical personnel, etc. in the district.  Please visit www.ESS.jobs to apply today! 

Shae Langley, WCSD TOTY Congratulations Mrs. Shae Langley, 2018-2019 Worth County School District Teacher of the Year

At the monthly meeting, each school's Teacher of the Year was recognized and the WCSD Teacher of the Year was announced.  Congratulations Mrs. Langley from Worth County Primary School!

WCSS 18-19 Calendar 2018-2019 WCSS Calendar

The Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 District Calendar at the December 14th BOE Meeting.  

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