Welcome to Thompson High School | Dr. Wesley Hester, Principal
The vision of the Alabaster City Schools is to partner with families and the community to inspire and prepare graduates to be responsible and productive champions of their future.
News and Important Information
Alabaster City Schools and Thompson High are excited to offer MySchoolBucks®! This online payment service provides a quick and easy way to pay for items such as yearbooks, field trips, athletic fees, and school fees as well as your student’s meal account using a credit/debit card or electronic check.
Members of the Thompson High School Class of 2020 are being recognized with a visual display on their Warrior Parkway campus.
On a day previously slated for the annual “Parade of Graduates,” individual personalized signs honoring each senior in the 544 member graduating class were placed in front of the main school building. Signs were made possible by Alabaster City Schools and were positioned by members of the THS and ACS administration and staff. Administrators chose to have this display on campus because our students are united as a family and when everyone is together, it is much like home. This display will remain until Tuesday, May 19—the original graduation day for the senior class.
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Emaline Sutton Morris, daughter of Zandra and James Morris and a junior at Thompson High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.
Fewer than half of one percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score. In the U.S. high school graduating class of 2019, only 4,879 out of nearly 1.8 million students who took the ACT earned a top composite score of 36.
The ACT consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading and science, each scored on a scale of 1–36. A student's composite score is the average of the four test scores. The score for ACT’s optional writing test is reported separately and is not included within the ACT composite score.
On Thursday, April 9 at 8:20 P.M., Thompson High School and Alabaster City Schools proudly participated in the Be The Light (#BeTheLight) movement that is spreading across the nation, from state to state and school to school. We turned on all of our campus and stadium lights to show support of our 544 amazing seniors, the Class of 2020. We are sharing this video of our Be The Light efforts from last Thursday, however the video also reflects our mindset during this time of uncertainty.
A new Miss THS was crowned at the annual pageant on Saturday, February 22. Senior Blakely Channell took home the title. Dr. Wesley Hester and Miss THS 2019 Malori Reach assisted in crowning the new queen.
Along with Channell as the winner of the crown, second runner-up was junior Aubrey Carter and first-runner up was freshman Kinley Callahan. Junior Elite was won by freshman Jasmine Jones and Senior Elite was Macy Hastings. The “elites” were the top-scoring contestants who did not make the top three.
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