Tift County High School

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Tift County High School
TCHS-crest.gif
Address
3 Blue Devil Way

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31794

United States
Coordinates 31°28′13″N83°28′36″W / 31.470342°N 83.476641°W / 31.470342; -83.476641 Coordinates: 31°28′13″N83°28′36″W / 31.470342°N 83.476641°W / 31.470342; -83.476641
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School type Public high school
School district Tift County School District
SuperintendentAdam Hathaway
PrincipalKim Seigler
Grades 912
GenderCo-ed
EnrollmentEstimate: 2,200 (2018-2019)
Color(s)Blue and white         
Fight song TCHS Fight Song
Athletics GHSA Class AAAAAA
SportsFootball, softball, basketball, track and field, cross country, golf, swimming, baseball, competition cheerleading, gymnastics, tennis, soccer
MascotBlue Devil
Nickname Big Blue
Team nameTCHS Blue Devils
Information(229) 387-2475
Website

Tift County High School is a public high school located in Tifton, Georgia, United States. It serves grades 9-12 in the Tift County School district. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on its performance on state standardized tests. The school mascot is the Blue Devil. In 2018, the Tift County School District was ranked the 15th safest in Georgia.

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TCHS football

TCHS plays in the GHSA class 1-AAAAAAA at Brodie Field. They have won one state championship and have gone to the semi-finals six times. The current head coach is former college coach Ashley Anders. Tift County High School shares a region with Colquitt County HS, Lowndes HS and Camden County HS.

Activities and clubs

TCHS's clubs include:

Fine arts

School sports

Tift County High School has the following teams:

School band

The school band is extremely small and is called the Tift County Blue Devil Brigade. After the arrival of a certain band director, many of the members left due to many changes that left the band unrecognizable.[ citation needed ]

In December 2011, the Blue Devil Brigade represented the state of Georgia at the 70th Anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, HI. They even won the Grand Championship at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade, and Rickey L. Savage, the band director at the time, was awarded the flag that flew over the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial by the booster organization. [1]

Notable alumni

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References

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  2. "Green reporting to Major League camp". 2008-02-12. Retrieved 2008-02-24.
  3. "Florida State all-time team". 2001-01-31. Retrieved 2008-02-24.