Thomas County Central High School

Thomas County Central High School is a high school in Thomasville, Georgia, USA. It is home to the Yellow Jackets, the 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, and 1997 AAA state champion football team.

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Thomas County Central High School Yellow Jacket Marching Band
... The Thomas County Central High School Band is an award winning marching, concert, and jazz band, under the leadership of Michael Mayhall, and assistant director, Tyler Lipsey, attend every Thomas County football game ... yearly Christmas concert, spring concert, fall concert, and Marching Band Jamboree throughout the school year ... In the 2007-2008 school year the Thomas County Central Marching, Concert, Jazz, and Wind Ensemble attended the Disney Music festival, taking first in ...

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