Due to recent COVID-19 spikes in our area and executive orders concerning social distancing, TCHS has made the decision to cancel the 2020 Prom.  Every effort was made to attempt to give this memorable experience to our students.  We are disappointed this decision had to be made, however, it is felt that graduation is of greater priority.  Seniors who have paid for their tickets will be receiving shirts, prom favors and a refund of the remaining balance.  Returning TCHS students will be receiving shirts, prom favors and credit toward 2021 prom tickets.  Mrs. Helms will be making contact with students over the next few weeks to make arrangements on an individual basis.  More information will be shared on arrangements shirts and prom favors.  Should you have any additional questions or concerns you may contact Mrs. Helms via email at


Information Regarding 2020-2021 School Year

Dear Parents, Students and Staff,

We believe that it is very important that our students and staff return to school as soon as possible, but also as safe as possible. We understand that we are in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, and so we are trying to move forward with caution as we develop our reopening plans. The safety of our students and staff members is always at the forefront of the decisions we make. Currently, we are planning to start school as scheduled on August 3, 2020, with face-to-face instruction for the majority of our students who are able to attend school normally. We also know that some parents will want to choose a virtual learning option for their children, and so we are working on the best plan to offer these services to students whose parents choose this option.

We plan to release re-opening information by Friday, July 17th in order for parents to make the best decision possible for their children. 

The well-being of our students is our greatest consideration and academic growth is our goal. We look forward to working with parents and the community as we strive to provide a safe learning environment.

Dr. Gina Williams, Superintendent


Mrs. Lakisha Bobbitt, Principal


“Elevating All Students to a Standard of Excellence!” Tattnall County High School is continuously evolving into an institution steep in tradition, but starkly aware of the ever-changing world around us. As the incoming principal, I am excited to take on the task of growing our students and holding them accountable to the potential they all encompass. As a former TCHS Senior English teacher, I expanded my role into one that created an impact both inside and outside of the classroom. My first priority was to ensure that students knew that I cared about not only their ability to learn, but their ability to survive in a world that is sometimes unforgiving. My belief is all the more important in today’s world. My role has changed, but my mission has not. I will work to ensure that all students are moving toward a standard of excellence that reaches beyond their expectations. I realize that my belief in each and every student’s ability is one that I approach with ease, but the challenge comes in making every effort to ensure that students believe in themselves. I do not stand in my belief alone, our faculty, staff, parents, and community will continue to join together in doing whatever it takes to elevate each and every individual child to a standard of excellence. In our efforts, we are better together.

TCHS Volleyball Workouts/Tryouts

Anyone interested in playing volleyball this season for TCHS: 
Voluntary workouts will begin July 7th. We will meet each day from 10-12 in the gym. There will be some evening times for those that work.  
Tryouts for Varsity and Jr. Varsity will be July 27-29th. These will also be in the evening so those working can make it. 

Graduation Set for July 25th

2020 Senior Cap and Gown Delivery pictures


TCHS High School Transcript Request


2020-2021 Sports Physicals

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2020-2021 WBL Application Information

2020-2021 TCHS Dual Enrollment Information


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As part of the CCRPI reports, the Georgia Department of Education released the 2018 School Climate Star Ratings for local schools. 

School climate refers to the quality and character of school life-the "culture" of the school. A sustainable, positive school climate fosters youth development and student learning, which are essential elements for academic success, career-skill improvement and overall quality of life.  The School Climate Star Rating assesses the climate of a school-each school in Georgia receives a one to five star rating, with five stars representing an excellent school climate and one star representing a school climate most in need of improvement. 

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Tattnall County School District's Report Card

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Take a look at our report card and overall performance!!!

Mission and Vision of Tattnall County School System

  Mission: Tattnall County School District is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure a quality education that affirms  ALL students' value and worth and will lead to a high school graduation and productive citizenship.

Vision: Tattnall County School District will utilize innovative strategies  to ensure ALL students will be successful today and prepared for tomorrow.

The Tattnall County School District shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, handicap, or disability (Title II, VI, IX, and Section 504).