About This School
Magnet schools are public schools that offer a specialized curriculum or educational philosophy, often with a specific focus or theme. Magnet schools promote student diversity because they are open to students outside the normal school district boundaries and often attract high caliber students through competitive programs. See Tri-Cities High School's test results to learn more about school performance.
In 2011, Tri-Cities High School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Georgia average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Tri-Cities High School Reviews
too many fights in the school. too many discipline problems. could be the best school in georgia. but. no. the only good thing about the school. is the staff when theres not discipline issues. and the magnet program and the athletics department
This school is great and have many great experiences for kids if you love music,sports,dance,singing,drama,and more your kids should consider coming..They also have alot of scholarship oprotunites as well!
Tri Cities Is A Great School...Great For Every High School Student..Has A Magnet Program
My daughter will begin her first year as a freshman in August 2011. I haven't met teachers as of yet; i've spoken with a few via phone; but they are very terrible with follow up calls/not returning calls; i hope this changes..i'm a very involved parent.
tri - cities are so unorganized they also have no fund toward any thing
My son attended Tri-Cities High School and graduated in 2009. He now attends Savannah State University. The teachers at Tri-Cities really love the students. They really push the kids to excel to there highest potential.
This school is a great school for my daughter. She is provided with a great environment, great teachers, and great extracurricular opportunities. She has a 4.0 gpa and I believe that it was the hard work of the staff and teachers that helped her reach this point. She is also very excited about school everyday! She loves it and so do I.
This school has the best drama magnet program ever. It's all because of the fantastic teacher Mr. David Kote. We've won loads of One Act play competitions, all first place. Also other competitions like the Georgia Shakespeare Competition. He has had 3 students be Young Arts Nominees. Thats the best 3% students in the country! I'm just a freshman but I hope he doesn't leave before I graduate.
I went to this high school. I have been to alot of schools because i am a foster teen and i move alot. This is the only school i ever felt comfortable at. I am a white 16 year old female. i stand out but here i loved the teachers and students. the teachers honestly dont get enough credit for the stuff they have to deal with.