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
Thompson High held College Preview Night on Tuesday, October 27.
Parents and seniors were given valuable information about upcoming deadlines for the school year, along with info to help prepare for college registration and more. Click the link above to access the videos of College Preview Night.
Thompson High School has earned the 2020 College Success Award, presented by GreatSchools.org.
Thompson High School is one of only 64 schools in Alabama and one of 2,158 nationwide that received this distinction. The College Success Award recognizes public schools that are exceptional in getting students enrolled in and staying in college.
For more information on the College Success Award, visit their website at www.greatschools.org or view the full article.
This plan has been developed using guidance from the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) and the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE). We have thoroughly considered the policies, practices, and strategies that must be implemented and developed additional recommendations to promote the health and safety of our students and staff.
Please click the link above to view the Roadmap to Reopen Alabaster City Schools.
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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