Thomasville City School District

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Thomasville City Schools
Address
400 Turner Street

, ,
27360

United States
Coordinates 30°50′44″N83°58′07″W / 30.845594°N 83.968622°W / 30.845594; -83.968622 Coordinates: 30°50′44″N83°58′07″W / 30.845594°N 83.968622°W / 30.845594; -83.968622 [1]
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Faculty204 [2]
GradesPre-school - 12
Enrollment3,107 [2] [3]
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The Thomasville City Schools is a public school district in Davidson County, North Carolina, United States, based in Thomasville. It serves the city of Thomasville

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Schools

The Thomasville City School District has two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. [3]

Elementary schools

Middle school

High school

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  2. 1 2 Free District Report, Retrieved May 29, 2010.
  3. 1 2 Georgia Department of Education [ permanent dead link ], Retrieved May 29, 2010.