204 High School Road

Tylertown, MS 39667


601-876-3122 (fax)

Tylertown High School serves grades 7-12. Our entire staff is eager to help all our students prepare for life after high school. THS asks that students' parents, families, and community encourage and support them on their path through high school.
Dr. Ronald Morgan

Senior Announcement

Seniors, on May 11th and 12th you are to report to Tylertown High School at the specified time to pay fees, pick up graduation information, verbally request transcripts, receive rankings, pick up cap and gowns, and cords. You must come at the assigned times and adhere to the CDC's requirements of gatherings of 10 people or less and maintain 6 feet apart. Please come during your assigned times. 

On May 11 from 8:00-10:00, seniors with last names A-C need to report to the school. From 10:00-12:00, seniors with last names D-G need to report to the school. From 1:00-3:00, seniors with last names H-L need to report to the school.

On May 12 from 8:00-10:00, seniors with last names M-O need to report to the school. From 10:00-12:00, seniors with last names P-S need to report to the school. From 1:00-3:00, seniors with last names T-W need to report to the school.

Instructions: Students will need to enter the hallway doors by the office. The first place they will need to go is to the A-wing computer lab to pay fees. Then, they will need to report to A-6 for graduation information, verbally request final transcripts, receive rankings, and pick up cap and gown. Next, they will go to the science lab to pick up any cords earned. Last, they will exit the hallway at the double doors by the vending machines. Students will then need to get in their cars and leave campus. 

If there are any seniors that would like to know if they owe a fee or how much their fee is, they can email Ms. Conerly at tconerly@wcsd.k12.ms.us


Aaron Conerly

News and Events


Mrs. Parveen's biology students made plant and animal cell models (edible and non-edible) in class. 


The CCR classes at THS are currently participating in a community service project for the Children’s Hospital in Jackson, MS. At the request of the hospital, the students are making 80 wind chimes that will go home with babies when they leave the NICU. The students in the classes as well as the THS staff donated their money to fund the project. Delivery of the wind chimes will be made the first part of December, 2019. The students have really enjoyed being involved with the project and are enjoying giving back to the community.


Tylertown High School teachers and students volunteered a combined 123 hours on Lincoln County Habitat for Humanity Home on October 24th and 25th and November 21st. Students performed exterior painting, cabinet assembly, interior wall and ceiling sanding to prepare for interior painting.

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The Walthall County School District offers equal educational and employment opportunities on a non-discriminatory basis in compliance with the requirements of the following federal civil rights legislation: Title VI, Title IX, the Vocational Amendments of 1976 and 1979, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Public Law 94-142. Further, the Walthall County School District offers equal educational and employment opportunities to all persons without regard to sex, race, religion, color, national origin, age, or handicap. The lack of English language skills is not a barrier to participation in any course. ESSA Law Section 112 (e) (3) (D) BASIS FOR ADMISSION OR EXCLUSION.  A student shall not be admitted to or excluded from, any federally-assisted education program on the basis of a surname or language minority status.   The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries and grievances regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX/ADA Coordinator, 814A Morse Avenue, Tylertown, MS 39667, 601-876-3401, or 504 Coordinator, 814A Morse Street, Tylertown, MS 39667, 601-876-3401.  Any waste, fraud, and abuse complaints should be reported to the superintendent's office.