Congratulations to Taylor County School District’s Achievement Award Winners for October!
Marc Shewmaker, a senior at Taylor County High School, is a recipient of the TC Pride Award. This summer, Marc scored a 5 (highest possible score) on the AP Calculus AB Exam, which is the most difficult AP exam. He is only the third student in TCHS history to do so!!
Anna Pinson, a senior at Taylor County High School, is a recipient of the TC Pride Award. Anna received a 5 (highest possible score) on the AP Placement Biology Exam. She is the first student in the history of TCHS to score the highest distinction on this particular exam! Congratulations!
Both students are pictured with Laura Benningfield, Director of Schools.
Taylor County School District would like to congratulate these individuals and recognize them for their hard work, dedication, and academic excellence.
The categories for the TC Achievement Award include TC Leadership (Leadership, Innovation, Team Leader, Project Leader), TC Cares (Service, Kindness, Giving of Time and Talents, Philanthropy), TC Pride (Achievement in the Classroom and Extracurriculars, Teamwork, Work Ethic), and TC Partnership (Community Partnerships, Parent Involvement).
The district encourages our students, staff, and parents to nominate those people who are making a difference within our district. Nomination forms can be found on the district webpage and all four school webpages under Quick Links - TC Achievement Award Nomination.