*THS Homecoming festivities begin on Thursday, September 25th at 4pm with the parade downtown. The route begins at Calvary Baptist Church and ends at Fairpark with a pep rally. THS vs. Hernando on Friday, September 26th at 7pm with the presentation of the Homecoming Court at halftime.
*On October 15th, THS will administer the PSAT to freshmen and sophomores in Pre-Ap English 1st or 2nd semester. Please note, this is for practice only. Click here for more info regarding the PSAT for freshmen and sophomores.
Juniors have the option of taking the PSAT, but it is NOT for practice and will determine if they qualify as National Merit Scholars and for scholarships from the PSAT/NMSQT program. This year the test is free. Interested juniors must sign up with Mrs. Blakey in J115 or Ms. Alford in A121 by September 19th. Click here for more info regarding the PSAT for juniors.
Tupelo High School is a modern fourteen-building campus adjacent to the picturesque Natchez Trace Parkway. The campus boasts a Performing Arts Center, an Advanced Technology Center, and a separate ninth-grade building. Athletic venues include a 7500-seat stadium, three practice fields, two gymnasiums, and an intramural field.
The 2000 students who attend THS are afforded a broad and rich curriculum which contains 160 Carnegie units, 19 of which are Advanced Placement.
Students score above the national average on the ACT and compete regularly in district and state competitions in performing arts, athletics, and music. Students are afforded a plethora of opportunities, and they respond in extraordinary manner.
The Tupelo Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race,religion, age, handicap, national origin or veteran status. The Tupelo Public School District’s Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator may be reached by telephone at 662-841-8850. Correspondence may be mailed to Title IX Coordinator, Tupelo Public School District, Post Office Box 557, Tupelo, Mississippi, 38802.