Increasing in Learning, Service, Performance, and Leadership, we prepare for the future.


 

1917 Black Creek Parkway

Gadsden, Alabama 35904

Phone:256-543-3614
Fax:256-543-4251

 

 

 

Upcoming Events


FEB 5 & 7 - GIRLS Area Basketball Tourn.

FEB 6 & 9 - BOYS Area Basketball Tourn.

FEB 16 - INSERVICE DAY ~ NO SCHOOL

FEB 16 -21 - Basketball Regionals @ JSU

FEB 23-28 - Basketball State @ BJCC

MARCH 2-6 - DANCELINE CLINIC & TRYOUTS

MARCH 9-11 - CHEER CLINIC FOR TRYOUTS

MARCH 12 - MOCK CHEER TRYOUTS

MARCH 13 - CHEERLEADER TRYOUTS

MARCH 17-18 - TITAN AMBASSADOR INTERVIEWS/TRYOUTS - Conf. Room in school lobby

MARCH 30 - APRIL 3 - SPRING BREAK

APRIL 10 - Scholars Bowl STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

MAY 4-8 - VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS




Keith Blackwell, Principal

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financial workshop

 
 

 

 

TITAN NEWS


 

ATTENTION FOOTBALL/CHEERLEADER PARENTS:::::

FOOTBALL BANQUET will be Thursday, Jan. 29th 6:00pm at 12th St Baptist Church on Hwy 77.
More info to follow but ask your child about the dinner order form.
The deadline for the February ACT has passed; however, you may still register online with an added late registration fee.
The last day to do that is JANUARY 16 and be "completed" at 11:59pm.

 


School Day MAKE-UP pictures will be JAN. 28th.


FROM NOW UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH.. The marketing classes are participating in the "Teens for Jeans" with Aeropostale.
Any student can donate any jeans (as long as they are wearable).
Teachers will have the option to give out bonus points.

Alabama Power Foundation Announces
Winners in ‘Power To Play’ Grant Contest


36 schools to receive $2,500 athletic grants
The Alabama Power Foundation’s Power To Play program will award 36 grants
to high school athletic programs across the state.
The winners were determined through an online voting process. To be eligible to
win, schools needed to reach a minimum of 100 votes. By the end of the
competition, some schools had vote totals in the tens of thousands.
“Power To Play is further evidence about how much Alabamians value the role
that athletics play in the lives of their children,” said John Hudson, president of
the Alabama Power Foundation. “Communities are stronger when students
succeed, and we’re grateful that so many people were invested in this
competition.”


This was the first year for the Power To Play grant program, which focuses on
the importance of keeping students active in sports. Research shows that
students who participate in athletics get better grades and are more likely to
graduate from high school, among other benefits.
The Alabama Power Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014. Since
its creation in 1989 with funds donated by shareholders, the foundation has
provided Alabama communities, educational institutions and nonprofits support
with non-ratepayer money through more than 20,000 grants and scholarships.

 

 

Look What Our Students Have Accomplished!

 

Neil Collins signed a baseball scholarship with Wallace-Hanceville on Thursday January 15, 2015.

Neil is Gadsden City's Career leader in wins and innings pitched. He has hit .289 in his career. Neil also pitched the team's first no-hitter in a 6-0 win over Pell City last season.


athletic signing

 

   
track

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE INDOOR TRACK TEAM FOR THE TREMENDOUS PLACEMENTS IN YESTERDAYS INDOOR TRACK TOURNAMENT IN BIRMINGHAM.

Jaylon Williams finished 5th out of 500 in the 60 meter dash with a time of 7.04. The Boys Relay Team finished 7th out of 97 in the 4 x 2 meter race.

The relay team members were Jaylon Williams, JeMichael Isom, Brian Watson, and DD Underwood.

DD Underwood tied for 3rd in the Boys High Jump with a leap of 6ft.2in. Jaylon Williams tied for 5th in the Long Jump with a hurdle of 20ft.9in.

Congratulations again to all these team members for a job well done.