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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


Event: PTHS Boys Basketball Christmas Tournament December 21-22

The 68th Annual Paducah Tilghman Christmas Tournament will be held December 21-22 at Dinning Gymnasium. Click here to see the tournament schedule.

PTHS NJROTC Participates on Mid-Continent University December Graduation

The Paducah Tilghman High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (PTHS NJROTC) unit participated in the Mid-Continent University commencement ceremony on Saturday, December 1.

The university’s December graduating class graduated approximately 350 students being awarded Associate, Bachelor of Arts or Science, or Master of Arts degrees.

A PTHS NJROTC color guard opened the graduation ceremony, held at Graves County High School, with a flag presentation before approximately 2,000 guests, graduates, and university faculty and staff members.

PTHS NJROTC cadets participating in the commencement were Stephanie Hern, Solomon Sprouse, Isaiah Patterson, Jonathan Farr-Finch, Kathrin Harriford and Zachary Chandler.

The award winning Paducah Tilghman NJROTC unit is in its 12th year.


PTHS NJROTC Participates in “Christmas on the River”

Thirty six members of the Paducah Tilghman High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (PTHS NJROTC) unit participated in “Christmas on the River,” coordinated by the Center for Maritime Education in downtown Paducah on Tuesday, December 4.


The event, locally coordinated by the Rev. Kempton Baldridge, chaplain at the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) at the Center for Maritime Education, provides boxes of Christmas gifts for the crews of tow boats that will be underway on the rivers on Christmas Day.  The cadets packed approximately 125 boxes with gifts donated for the purpose from people across the United States and around the world.   According to Chaplain Baldridge, the donations came from around the world after people learned of the project by word of mouth at their church or civic group.



Tilghman Wrestling Splits Five Dual Matches

The PTHS Wrestling team was 2-2-1 in dual meets on December 15.  They defeated Graves County and Calloway County, tied Caldwell County, and lost to Ohio County and Ravenwood (Nashville).

Derek Miller won all five of his matches in the 120 and 126 pound division, while Zenon Rodriguez (106), Frank Rosario (132) and Ben Redfield (170, 182) each went 4-1. 

Calhoun, Overstreet, and Spivey-Nunn Named to Paducah Sun All-Region Football Team

Kendall Calhoun (Offensive Line), Derik Overstreet (Defensive Line) and Darius Spivey-Nunn (Defensive Back) were named to the Paducah Sun All Region Football Team. Congratulations!


Four Chosen For ACDA National Honor Choir
PTHS choir students (l to r) Lydia Wiggins, Darrion Woodall, Maggie Malone, and Elizabeth Katz have been selected to participate in the Honor Choir at the American Choral Directors Association Southern Division Conference, which will be held in Dallas, Texas in March, 2012. 181 students from 11 states were selected for the choir.
Photo of the Day: Library Sculpture Promotes "One Book" Project

Beth Wyant poses with a horse sculpture created by PTHS library aides from discarded books. The sculpture was designed to promote participation in the One Book, One Campus, One Community Read Project.  The Project is a community-wide reading program that encourages city and college communities to read one book and come together to discuss it in a variety of settings.

Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls has been chosen as the One Book read for 2013. The One Book activities will take place over the entire year and will include a visit by the author to Paducah.


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