Brack Hassell Advocates for Physical Education at Capital Pre-K Classes Celebrate 100th Day of School Career Day at Berta Weathersbee School House Rocks Troup High's Automotive Club Prepares for Competition Franklin Forest Students Enjoy Dog Show DECA Students @ THINC Preparing Cookies for Sale Callaway Elem. Celebrates Black History Employee Recruitment Fair 2016 We Appreciate Our Employees! Sara Sands' Students Congratulate Her on TOTY Finalist THINC Mechatronics Pathways Provide Hands-On Learning Elementary Students Become Maestro for a Day Long Cane Middle Students Pose After AWIM Competition Parent Advisory Committee Visits KIA Employees Enjoy the Celebration Cart Treats Franklin Forest Fun Run Boosterthon! Celebration Cart Visits Hollis Hand Elementary Verizon Donates to THINC TCSS Teacher of the Year Finalists The Spark Selling Fresh Cookies @ THINC Troup High's Automotive Club Checks Oil We Appreciate our Partners in Education Sam's Club Donates to Ethel Kight Faculty LaGrange High Students Read to Elementary Classes Jill Gay and Students Celebrate After TOTY Announcement Laura Lee Pike and Students Smile After TOTY Finalist Announcement Mama Jamma Reads to Elementary Students THINC Mechatronics Students Dissect Robotics Formulas Korean Exchange Students Visit THINC LHS Service Club Students Enjoying the Fun Run @ Franklin Forest Celebration Cart Shows Up at Long Cane Middle Ethel Kight Faculty Enjoys Reading Chartwells Serves Great Food! Columbus State Brings School House Rocks to TCSS First Lady Deal Visits Hillcrest Rosemont Elementary is a National Blue Ribbon School Step Up, Step In Against Bullying AWIM Students Compete in Atlanta DECA Students @ THINC in The Spark Happy Veteran's Day! LaGrange High's FFA

District News & Announcements

Georgia DOE Chooses Ashmore as a Teacher of the Year Finalist

Monday morning, immediately before a classroom observation, Michelle Ashmore received a phone call from State Superintendent Richard Woods. While she wasn’t sure what the phone call was about, it became clear that it was some news she had been waiting to hear for months: she has been named a 2017 State Teacher of the Year Finalist in Georgia.

Full of tears, she thanked Superintendent Woods for the great news…but there was a catch. She had to wait a full day to share it because all of the finalists had not been notified. Clearing up her face and bottling the excitement, she carried on throughout the day as if everything was normal. 

Setting Misconceptions Straight

This document explains the misconceptions of Education SPLOST in bullet point format.

Bret Bryant, Hogansville Elementary Principal, Talks About School Climate Professional Learning

Professional Learning is important to our growth as an organization and to student learning. In this video, Bret Bryant, Principal of Hogansville Elementary, talks about professional learning opportunities, how the findings impact students and staff, and the upcoming Model Schools Conference in Orlando. 

Troup County School System Non-Resident Student Applications Available for Submission

Eligible students who live outside of Troup County can now pay tuition to attend the Troup County school closest to their home address. Troup County School System (TCSS) is now accepting applications for non-resident students. The application and parent information sheet are now available on

Students living in Georgia, but outside of Troup County, will be assessed a $300 yearly tuition fee and students residing outside the state of Georgia will be assessed a $5,500 yearly tuition fee. 

Application and parent information forms are available HERE.

TCSS Announces Informational Education SPLOST Meeting Dates and Times

Today, Troup County School System (TCSS) announced town hall meeting dates for information on Education SPLOST. These meetings are open to the public. In conjunction with the grassroots Your Change Makes Big Changes in Troup County Schools efforts announced in February, the following dates and times have been established:


Tuesday, April 19 @ 7:00 pm                                    

Rosemont Baptist Church

3794 Hamilton Rd., LaGrange, GA 30241


Wednesday, April 20 @ 12:00 pm

Troup County School System Administrative Services Center

100 North Davis Rd., LaGrange, GA 30241


Tuesday, April 26 @ 6:00 pm

Boys and Girls Club of LaGrange

115 East Cannon St., LaGrange, GA 30241


Tuesday, May 3 @ 5:30 pm

Boys and Girls Club of Hogansville (Hogansville Elementary)

611 East Main St., Hogansville, GA 30230


Thursday, May 5 @ 6:00 pm

West Point Elementary School

1706 East 12th St.

West Point, GA 31833

4/14/2016: Troup County Schools to Purge Old Records of Gifted Students

The Troup County School System will purge records of gifted students who graduated in May 2015.
Gifted students/their parent or guardian may claim their gifted records by calling the Exceptional Education Center at 706-812-7939 by May 16, 2016.  Unclaimed records will be destroyed after May 31, 2016.
Records will be released to former students or their parent/guardian only.  A photo ID is required.

TCSS ESPLOST: Your Change Makes Changes in Troup County Schools!

Through Education SPLOST, your change makes changes for Troup County schools! This one-cent sales tax is a continuation of a current Education SPLOST 5 sales tax. It is paid by all who shop, live, work, and play in Troup County - even visitors who are passing through. You can:

Download the ESPLOST Brochure

Learn About ESPLOST 

Check Out ESPLOST Videos

Find a List of FAQ 

Find a List of Proposed Projects

Find Did You Know Information

Download the ESPLOST Audit Report

Download the Employee and Board Ethics Brochure

New To Troup County? Find Out More About TCSS!

Troup County is a great place to work, live and raise a family. Our school system has a long-standing history of partnership within the community and learning within the walls of each school.

Here is a quick overview of our Points of Pride. To learn more about Troup County School System, click here

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