District News & Announcements

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. 

04/23/15: Call for Supplemental Programs

Throughout the year, Troup County School System receives requests from various organizations in the community who wish to offer programs for consideration in the schools. Some of these programs are intended to supplement curriculum and advance student achievement, some encourage students and staff to support charitable causes, and some are intended to involve students and staff in community programs.

To obtain an application:

  • Under the 'Department' tab, select 'Public Relations'
  • You will see a ‘Supplemental Programs’ link where the forms are housed
  • Fill the forms out and send to Deb Myers @ myersdf@troup.org

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04/22/15: TCSS Notes a 31% Reduction in Energy Consumption

National Earth Day celebrations are not only happening around the world, they are going on in Troup County School System (TCSS) every day. Last week it was announced the system has reduced energy consumption by 31% over the last five years - a $4,720,347 savings...

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.

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