Community Pep Rally


Our 1st customer at our new coffee cafe!







Welcome to the George County High School website – “the absolute best high school in the state of Mississippi!”



On behalf of the administration, teachers, and support staff, we would like to personally take this opportunity to thank you for allowing us – and more importantly - entrusting us to educate your children.  Our FOCUS will always be to provide each of our students with the most rigorous and relevant educational experience.  Not only are we going to FOCUS on providing our students with a curriculum that stresses college and career-readiness, but we are going to work relentlessly – every day – to graduate every single child that enters the doors of George County High School.


Again, welcome to the George County High School website – and do not forget … “there is no better time than right now to be a George County Rebel!”

  • Raffle for 2 Reserved Football Seats

    Support the Rebels and the Class of 2020 by purchasing a raffle ticket for 2 reserved seats for ALL George County home football games.     $2.00 per ticket  or 3 for $5.00. Drawing to be held on Thursday, August 31st.    Hurry and buy your chance to sit in comfort!!  To purchase your tickets, please see Mrs. LeBert, Mrs. Ray,  

    Mrs. Strahan, Mrs. Fallon, or any Sophomore student or parent.

  • Student Elections
    • Students who are interested in running for Class Officer, Student Council (9th grade only), or Homecoming -- Please pick up your packets in the front office. 

    Deadline for returning packets is Friday, August 18.

    • Students running for Class Office and/or Student Council will give a speech and the Homecoming candidates will introduce themselves. The speeches and voting will all take place during Rebel Time. This will take place on the following days:

      Thursday, August 24- 9th graders
      Monday, August 28- 10th graders
      Tuesday, August 29- 11th graders
      Wednesday, August 30- 12th graders

      Students who have been cleared to run they may hang posters, but they may NOT hand out candy, cookies, etc.

      For more information, please see Mrs. LeBert or Coach Pater.

  • Attention ALL 10th graders:

    To stay informed about Sophomore news, events, and fundraisers, please sign up for the Class of 2020 Remind. There was a mistake made when students/parents were given the Remind info at the last meeting, so if you haven't received any Reminds from the Class of  2020 please try to sign up again.


    To sign up, text @4kebb to 81010.

    Come share in the Vision of the Class of 2020!!

Teacher Spotlight
  • Tracy Churchwell

    This year will be my seventeenth year of working at the high school level. I am delighted and honored to serve my hometown.  It is definitely true that “there is no better time than right now to be a George County Rebel.” 



     M.Ed. in School Counseling (University of South Alabama, 2013)

    M.Ed. in English Education (University of South Alabama, 2001)

    B.S.B.A. in Business Administration (University of Southern Mississippi, 1998)

    B.A. in English Education (University of Southern Mississippi, 1998)

    Proud graduate of George County High School (Class of 1992)


    Experience in the Educational System:

    English Teacher

    * Grades 10, 11, and 12, including Dual Enrollment/English Composition 101 and Advanced Placement® English Literature

    Certified Professional School Counselor


    Activities, Awards, and Honors:

     Member of American School Counselor Association

    Teacher of the Year at Mary G. Montgomery High School (2009-2010)

    Chair for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (for high school accreditation)

    English Language Arts Department Chair

    Selected as Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

    Mobile Bay Writing Project Fellowship/Teacher Consultant (published poetry)

    Kappa Delta Pi Honor Fraternity (School Counseling)

    Lifetime Member of USM Alumni Association 

  • GC Live!

  • Career Academy Podcast
    Principal, Wade Whitney, was interviewed by Mississippi EdTalk about the implementation of career academies on our campus. Listen to what he has to say here. (His interview begins around the 47 minute mark.)
  • Motivation
  • Schoolwide Transformation and Initiative
Career Academies
Policies & Procedures
Links & Resources
Links & Resources
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