My name is Hailey Carman, and I am the President of the Class of 2016. TCJSHS has been my home for the past six years, and without the dedicated staff, I would not be where I am today. The memories I have made here will never be forgotten. Being a Four-Star and an A-Rated school is great, but those titles don’t really give Tell City as much credit as it deserves.
The students and staff put their hearts in everything they do; whether it’s studying for a test or practicing for a sport, the Marksmen know what it takes to succeed. The school offers extra-curricular opportunities for all students with 19 clubs and just as many sports teams. However, being a Marksman isn’t just going to school and putting on a red uniform with a Tell City logo on it. It’s the countless hours spent with your teammates before and after practice. It's the late nights driving to sporting events to cheer for your best friends knowing you won’t have a voice the next day and doing it anyway because they would do the same for you. It’s calling your classmate at ten o’clock at night just to see if they’re studying for the same math test and then asking if they can help you the next day and knowing that they will. Marksmen do not give up on each other and will support each other always.