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The mission of the Troup County School System is to educate all students in a challenging and safe learning environment, so they will become productive citizens in a diverse and changing world.

05/26/15: School System to Purge Old Gifted Records
The Troup County School System will purge records of gifted students who graduated in May 2014.
Gifted students or their parent or guardian may claim their gifted records by calling the Exceptional Education Center at 706-812-7939 by June 30, 2015.  Unclaimed records will be destroyed after July 10 , 2015.
Records will be released to former students or their parent/guardian only.  A photo ID is required.
05/22/15: John Park - Double the Work, Double the Reward

When John Park and his family first moved to Michigan he didn’t understand the English language. At that time he was an elementary school student who was only familiar with his native South Korean language.  At that young age, he didn’t have time to become fluent in English because his family returned to Korea during his middle school years. But that wouldn’t be his last time living in the states because his father began working in Troup County when he started high school. Now, as Valedictorian at Callaway High School, some might say he has mastered English as a second language.

At first, it wasn’t very easy. Throughout high school, John had to load up on classes to graduate. When I first came back (to the states), I was dropped a grade. I had to take extra classes so I could graduate in time.”

05/21/15: Substitute Teacher Workshop

Are you looking for a way to supplement your income? Come join us as a substitute teacher. Troup County School System is holding a substitute teacher workshop on June 24 @ 8:00 am. Applications are accepted online between now and June 16. 

Substitute Teacher Information Flyer

Former High School Students Can Now Petition for Their Diploma

House Bill 91 (HB91) was recently signed into law, retroactively eliminating the Georgia High School Graduation Test as a requirement for former high school students to receive their diploma. Any student not receiving a diploma solely for not passing any or all portions of the Georgia High School Graduation Test, Georgia High School Writing Test or Basic Skills Test may now be awarded a diploma if all other requirements were met. 

The Petition for Diploma Form is now available...(click story link for more information. 

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