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A Tradition of Excellence

I am very excited to welcome you to a very select group - the student body of Paducah Tilghman High School.  We have reason to be proud of our school because of its outstanding reputation in our state and nation.  Tilghman students for many years have compiled noteworthy achievements in both their scholastic and extra curricular endeavors.  We know that you can appreciate this tradition, and that we can expect you and your fellow students to add to the luster of our school's past accomplishments. We want your days at Tilghman to be enjoyable, profitable, and fulfilling and hope that you take advantage of the many opportunities which will be made available to you.


Arthur Davis, Principal


PTHS Choir Offers "The Original Worry Free Box Lunch" April 23 and 24

The PTHS Choral Boosters offer the perfect solution to your Quilt Week lunch needs. On Wednesday, April 23 and Thursday, April 24 during the MAQS Quilt show, let the Choral Boosters deliver our delicious box lunches to your business establishment.

$8.00 provides you with a large Smoked Turkey and Cheese sandwich on a fresh croissant, crunchy chips, and a big, delicious, famous "Tilghman Choir Brownie" without ever leaving your place of business.

To place an order, contact Mary Katz at 270-556-2798 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or Danette Humphrey at 270-442-5172 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

Bedeau Elected KEA Ethnic Minority Director

Lakilia Bedeau has been elected KEA Ethnic-Minority Director at the recent Kentucky Education Association Delegate Assembly in Louisville, Kentucky on April 2.

Lakilia has been a member of KEA for five years, serving as the Vice-Chair of the Diversity Committee, KESPA Board of Directors, is the President-elect of her local Paducah Education Support Professional Association and a recent grad of the NEA Leaders for Tomorrow program. She is Murray State University grad with a B.S. in Journalism and Masters in Mass Communication. Bedeau is a member of the Board of Directors for the Paducah Day Nursery and serves on the 4H McCracken County Extension advisory council.

“I’m blessed and I look forward to continue being a vessel for students, educational support professionals and teachers” said Bedeau.

Sylvan ACT Prep and Advanced Reading Skills

Classes for the June ACT test prep begin May 12, 2014.  ACT prep is a five week class (20 hours of instruction) with a six student per class maximum.


Advanced Reading Skills class begins April 21, 2014. It is a three week class (12 hours of instruction) designed to increase reading rate and comprehension for ACT and college.


Call Sylvan for schedules and prices at 270-554-4111.

Joy Lentz ACT Boot Camp Offered June 9-13
Joy Lentz is offering an ACT Boot Camp June  9-13, 2014. Cost is $450, which includes all books, materials, and practice tests. Enroll by May 1 and save $50. For more information, contact Joy Lentz at 270.519.6474.
Link: Tilghman Bell March 2014

You can see the March 2014 issue of the Tilghman Bell here.


Humphrey and Kohler Named to Paducah Sun All Purchase Girls Basketball Team

PTHS juniors Karlee Humphrey and Alex Kohler were selected to the Puducah Sun All Purchase Girls Basketball Team, which was announced March 26. Congratulations!


PTHS Band of Blue Earns Distinguished Rating at KMEA Festival

Congratulations to the PTHS Band of Blue for scoring a Distinguished rating from all four judges at KMEA First District Performance Assessment held at Murray State University on March 17. The band got the highest rating from each of the judges in both categories including prepared literature and sight reading. This makes the ninth consecutive year that the band has rececieved a "Distinguished" rating under the direction of Mr. Patrick Saddler.  

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