We left Therrell High School to pursue dreams, life and careers. We now are connecting with old friend and the entire Panther family.
As alumni, we take on the responsibility of supporting current Therrell High School students, teachers and parents year-round.
An opportunity for current Therrell High School juniors and seniors (at least 16 years old), as well as graduates within the past five years. This program is Work-Based Learning Intermships, Apprenticeships and Employability Skills Development allowing young Therrians to successfully complete their career pathways.Download Application
We have a strategy -- a blueprint -- for taking back the blocks starting with the Campbellton-Cascade Corridors that addresses businesses in the community that do not support the community, neighborhood crime prevention, school excellence for our children, business ownership, community self-financing, using our collective economic power, getting involved politically, and more.Become a partner
As an alum of Therrell High School, there are a number of ways to get involved with your class, the alumni association, current students, parents and teachers.
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In March 2010, Cheryle Moses (Class of 1975) founded the D.M. Therrell High Alumni Association, Inc. During that month, Bonita Johnson (Class of 1975) and Donald Smith (Class of 1974) came on board as founding officers, with Rodney Hill (1971-1975) and Desiree Stone (Class of 1975) as part of the planning team. The organization was incorporated as a non-profit organization in the State of Georgia in 2010.
The purpose of the alumni association is to continue the legacy of Panther Pride by bringing all classes of Therrell High School together to celebrate life, rekindle friendships, share knowledge, empower each other, and mentor/support future generations.
The Therrell High School Alumni Scholarship was established in 2010. The alumni association raised funds for the first $1,000 scholarship through the annual Therrell High School Alumni Weekend in 2010. And the rest, as they say, is history. Several scholarships were awarded each year to deserving graduating seniors of Therrell attending an accredited college/vocational school each year. In
Kudos to the faculty and staff of Therrell, past and present, for doing excellent work with students. When educating and nurturing high school students, you can never have too many hands and minds helping. Therrell High School is no different. Alumni members have an opportunity to give back to Therrell through the sharing of valuable time and talents.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or student mentor, please contact the alumni association at 404.590.4716. There are some security steps necessary before you start. We will help you take care of all of that, and put you in touch with the right people at Therrell.
Starting the Therrell High School Alumni Association, Inc. has allowed me to give back to the school that gave me the foundation to be the woman and proud Panther that I am.
Cheryle Moses, Class of 1975, D.M. Therrell High School | Atlanta, Georgia
The alumni of Therrell High School have really increased their interaction with Therrell High School, and we appreciate their involvement tremendously.
Shelly Powell, Principal, D.M. Therrell High School | Atlanta, Georgia
Yes, the D.M. Therrell High School Alumni Association, Inc. is the official organization of graduates.
The organization is 100% volunteer-operated — we depend on the time and talents of alumni members.
The D.M. Therrell High School Alumni Association, Inc. is open to all who attended and graduated.
To get involved with the alumni association, join our mailing list, pay your $60 a year dues, get on a committee and/or volunteer.
Donations to the D.M. Therrell High School Alumni Association, Inc. go toward alumni association scholarships and events.
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