Daniel McLaughlin Therrell High School
An International Baccalaureate World School
Principal: Ms. Shelly H. Goodrum
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About Our School
Daniel McLaughlin Therrell High School was established in 1960. The school is working towards offering every student the opportunity for intellectual and personal growth. Through active engagement in dialogues and interactions, students are encouraged to develop academic leadership, values, morals, tolerance, personal responsibility, and an appreciation for the diversity within both the school and society. Daily we strive to nurture and challenge students. We expect our graduates to be prepared to meet the world of the twenty-first century as global citizens with a solid education and a strong sense of values and self-respect.
Daniel McLaughlin Therrell High School is committed to instilling hope through maximizing the potential of every student by increasing academic rigor, instructional relevance and nurturing meaningful relationships to prepare students for a diverse and changing world.
Through rigorous and relevant instruction, we will create a global environment that fosters pride in self, school, and community, and encourages students to become active, compassionate, lifelong learners who realize their college and career goals in an international community.
Colors: Red and Black
School Mascot: Panther
Hail to thee, dear Therrell High;
Black and red we wear with pride.
Hail to thee, dear Panther Crew;
Honor and respect to you.
We're believing and achieving,
Striving hard to reach the top.
We will praise thee forever more!
Therrell High, we do love you so.