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  • Mark Your Calendar Now!!!
    Benchmark 2 Testing:  September 12, 15-17.

    Freshman Academy Dress Code:
      Red, White, or Navy Blue collared polo shirts (No designs of any type are allowed.). Only khaki pants or shorts----- (No Cargo pants or shorts). Solid Colored Hoodless Jackets (Fleece jackets are available through MCHS.  Prices  depends upon the size.
  • Attention MCHS Students in Early Childhood Education or Culinary Arts:
    FCCLA is currently having their Fall Membership Drive. New members pizza party will be held on September 11.  The FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference will be held on September 18-19 in Covington, GA at the FFA-FCCLA Camp.  Membership Dues are $14.  For more info, contact Mrs. Paxton Crosby or Ms. Lillibel Wingate.
  • What's Next for Business Students?

    Radio * Embroidery * Print Screen/T-Shirt * Button Making 

    Good Day Everyone,  This is  WMCZ-LP 94.5 Coming From Camilla, GA

    The Business Department at Mitchell County High School has added a new dimension to their curriculum.  In the Fall, the students will start operating their own radio station.  CNS Education Coordinator Beau Sherman is assisting with the programming and the engineering, along with Mr. Jerry White.  We hope to be up and running in the fall.  

    Ms. Jennifer Tucker explains to Sean Clark and Victor Johnson the finer points of the embroidery machine and they learn that there is more than just threading the needles.  Students also have to learn new software programs and then how to program the embroidery machine.   Designs are created on the computer, digitized, and then sewn onto whatever the customer wants embroidered. Students also have to perform daily/weekly/monthly maintenance on the machine.

    The addition of screen printing equipment is helping our  business students acquire new and exciting skills.  Juniors and Seniors are finding out the many steps to creating their own designs on screen printed shirts.  From the process of putting light-sensitive emulsion on cleaned screens, exposing and washing out the designs on the cured screens,  to actually putting ink on many t-shirts, these students are having a great time as they work.  While the learning curve might be a little slow going, these students are catching on very quickly.  They are also realizing that a little ink can go a looong in all over hands, clothes, and whatever they touch.

  • Blood Drive Held at MCHS

    On August 29, 2014, the students in Ms. S. Anglin’s Healthcare Science classes held a Blood Drive.  In recognition of their giving blood, the students received a T-shirt.  The Healthcare students and Ms. Anglin would like to thank everyone who helped with the Blood Drive and to the students, special thanks to you.
  • Senior FAFSA Form
    Seniors, are you worried about how you're going to pay for college? GA College 411
    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or the FAFSA, is available to determine what financial aid you're eligible for. Completing the FAFSA Guide     Click here for more info:  Tips on completing the FAFSA documents. 
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  • Local FFA Officers Attend Training Conference

    The officers of the  Mitchell County  FFA Chapter were part of the 250 chapter officers representing thirty-seven FFA chapters from across Georgia that attended one of two sessions of the 2014 Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference (COLT).  The two sessions of COLT were held at the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center near Covington, Blue COLT on July 14-16 and Gold COLT on July 16-18. This year’s COLT theme was “Leading down the Blue & Gold Road.” Chapter officers were challenged to create a set of standards for their team and write down goals for the year. Participants attended workshops that focused on community service, social media, strengths and weaknesses, teamwork, and personal productivity. The students also began planning their chapter’s Program of Activities for the coming year and learned strategies for time management, creativity and communication.  Officers were encouraged to make an impact in their school and community and gained ideas for member recruitment, fundraising, and promoting the FFA.  

     “COLT Conference is an excellent way for chapter officers to kick-off their year of service,” says State FFA President, Callie Warren. “It’s amazing to watch them grow and form friendships that will last a lifetime. We challenge these officers to work together and empower the other members of their chapter.”  The officers from the Mitchell County FFA chapter who attended COLT were: Darrius Hicks, Allen Brown, Josey Maynard, Quentez Harris, Jonte’ Harris and David Brown.   The Georgia FFA Association is the third largest state association in the nation with more than 37,000 members. The National FFA Organization, formerly known as the Future Farmers of America, changed its name in 1988 to reflect the growth and diversity of agriculture. The mission of the FFA organization is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.


  • National History Day Competition

    Vanessa Santillan and Matthew Winfree competed in the National History Day National Competition June 16-19 at the University of Maryland at College Park.  Vanessa and Matt represented the state of Georgia in the group website category with their student created website about the Cherokee removal.  The students were interviewed by two college professors and a National Park Service Ranger about their websites.  When not competing against students from all 50 states, China, Europe, the Philippines and Samoa, Vanessa and Matt toured Washington DC.  The students visited the monuments, the Smithsonian museums and Georgetown. 

    Vanessa and Matt reported that they really enjoyed the opportunity to meet other students from around the country and expand their research abilities.  Both are planning projects to compete in the 2015 National History Day Competition which has a theme of Leadership and Legacy.


  • 2014 Girls Volleyball Season at MCHS

    Preparations are being made for the 2014 Girls Volleyball season at MCHS.  Girls that expressed interest in playing volleyball this fall have participated in summer gym.  Dr. Gagnon, head coach, has been teaching volleyball fundamentals this summer.  Girls who participated learned how to overhand serve, hit and pass.  The girls also traveled to Tallahassee to try out their new learned skills against small varsity squads. Activities include:   July 28-a serving clinic, July 29-a passing clinic, and July 30- hitting clinic.  Tryouts for volleyball will be held on August 4 and August 5 in the high school gym from 3:45-5:30. 


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Upcoming Events
  • Volleyball
    September 4- Away at Brooks County at 5p.m.
    September 9- Home against Randolph, Stratford-Area Match at 5p.m.
    September 11- Away against Americus, Sumer at 5p.m.
    September 13- Away- Veterans Play Date at 9a.m.
    September 15- Away against Brookstone, Pacelli-Area Match at 5p.m.
    September 16- Home against Randolph Clay at 5p.m.
    September 18- Home against Lee County at 5p.m.
    September 23- Away against Central Talbot, Greenville-Area Match at 5p.m.
    September 30- Away against 1st Presbyterian, Mount de Sales-Area Match at 5p.m.
  • Football
    Sept. 5-Pelham-A-7:30
    Sept. 12- Seminole County-H-7:30
    Sept. 19- Manchester-A-7:30
    Sept. 26- Lee Coutny-A-7:30
  • General Annoucements
    September 12: Seniors-Benchmark Exam 2
    September 15: Juniors-Benchmark Exam 2
    September 16: Juniors-Mock Writing; Sophomores-Benchmark Exam 2
    September 17- CTAE Compliance Review; Freshman-Benchmark Exam 2
    September 19- POW/MIA Ceremony
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Student Organizations

To find out more information, click on each club's name.

FCCLA (Advisors: Ms. L. Wingate and Ms. P. Crosby)

FFA (Advisor:  Mr. F. Peters)

HOSA (Advisor:  Ms. S. Anglin)

Eagle News Production (R. Lee, L. Twitty)

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Benchmark Exams will be given every 3 weeks.
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