Tri-Cities High School

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Tri-Cities High School
Tri-Cities High School, East Point, GA.JPG
"We Are Collaboratively Preparing Students for Post-Secondary Options"
2575 Harris Street
East Point, Georgia
Coordinates 33°41′04″N 84°26′13″W / 33.684446°N 84.437014°W / 33.684446; -84.437014Coordinates: 33°41′04″N 84°26′13″W / 33.684446°N 84.437014°W / 33.684446; -84.437014
Type Public high school
Established 1988
School district Fulton County Public Schools
Principal Dan Sims
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1847
Campus Suburban
Color(s)              Red Black & Silver
Mascot Bulldogs
Nickname TCHS
Yearbook Trilogy
Information 404-669-8200

Tri-Cities High School is a public high school in East Point, Georgia, United States. It is a part of the Fulton County School System. The school opened in 1988 under the leadership of principal Dr. Herschel Robinson. It was originally formed by combining 4 schools: Woodland High School, Russell High School, College Park High School, and Hapeville High School. Tri-Cities serves sections of East Point and College Park and all of Hapeville.[1] The current principal is an alumnus of Tri-Cities, Dan Sims (class of 1989).

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Tom Redmond - former NFL player, from Russell High School
  • Tamika Scott (class of 1993) - Xscape
  • Richard Wingo (Wingo Dollars) (class of 1994) - Jagged Edge


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