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Mission Statement:

The mission of Tolsia High School is "To Challenge"


We have high expectations that children can and will learn. Tolsia High School strives to maximize the child's social, physical, emotional, moral, and intellectual development in a global society.

Tolsia High School, a consolidation of Crum High School and Fort Gay High School, opened its doors on January 18, 1988 in Glen Hayes, WV.  The primary purpose of the Rebels focuses on student achievement and preparation toward successful futures. Tolsia High School has enjoyed great successes in several academic and athletic endeavors, and the future of the students, faculty, and staff remains promising with continued hard work and support from everyone in the surrounding communities. 

Tolsia in the News 

                                     *Tolsia High School Press Release* 

Date: October 26th, 2018  
From: Mr. Ric Morrone, Tolsia High CTE Administrator 

               Tolsia High Special Olympians Spiking the Competition 

     Tolsia High’s Special Olympics Volleyball Team captured the Gold Medal in the Wayne County Tournament held Friday October 26th at Spring Valley High School. 

The Rebels battled through tough competition from across the county to claim the top prize. Tolsia defeated Spring Valley in the finals to claim the championship.  

       Tolsia Coach Todd Maynard said, “All the work and preparation has really paid off for our kids. Coach Marsha Walker and myself have admired the work ethic and will to win our athletes have displayed. We look forward to the Special Olympics Basketball Tournament that will be coming up in the winter.” 

*If you would like any further information regarding this Program at Tolsia High feel free to contact Mr. Todd Maynard at (304)648-5566 ext. 35. 

Date: October 26th, 2018 
From: Mr. Ric Morrone, Tolsia High CTE Administrator 

 TOLSIA HIGH JROTC Setting the Standard in Fall Raider Competitions  

     The Tolsia High School JROTC Raider Team has been drawing attention with their recent successes in the Fall Raider Competition Season. The Tolsia High JROTC has competed in three recent events with great success. The competitions were held at Tolsia High on Sept. 29th, Lincoln County High October 13th, and Riverside High on October 20th.  

The results for the competitions were as follows: 

Tolsia High Raider Meet: (23 teams from WV & KY) Tolsia Boys Team 1st Place, Tolsia Girls Team 3rd Place. 

Lincoln County High School Meet: (22 teams competing from WV and KY)      

Tolsia Boys Team 1st Place, Tolsia Girls Team 2nd Place 

Riverside Raider Competition: (22 teams from WV and VA) 

Tolsia Boys Team 2nd Place, Tolsia Girls Team 3rd Place. 

     Tolsia High JROTC Instructor Sargent Major Thomas Francis said, “I cannot be prouder of Tolsia High School JROTC Raider Teams that I am right now. They have diligently worked to hone their skills, condition their minds and strengthen their bodies to compete. It never ceases to amaze me as the smallest competing school, that Tolsia always seems to wind up on the top rung of the ladder. The first half of the Raider season winds down with Tolsia High as the number one ranked Raider team in the state of West Virginia.” 

For more information regarding Tolsia High JROTC Raider team please contact SGM Francis or SGT Lambert at (304) 648-8258. 

Tolsia High School recognized by WV Department of Education for Exemplary graduation rates
Tolsia High School recognized by WV Department of Education for Exemplary graduation rates

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Nearly seventy West Virginia high schools were recognized for achieving exemplary graduation rates of 90 percent or greater during the 2016-17 school year. Schools were honored by representatives from First Lady Cathy Justice’s office, State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Paine and the West Virginia Board of Education.

“Graduation is an incredibly important step in creating a promising future for our students and the entire state,” said West Virginia First Lady, Cathy Justice. “Each student that graduates high school prepared for the rigors of college or the demands of the workforce strengthens the Mountain State, and the high schools being honored today should be proud of this incredible achievement.”

“Our state becomes stronger with each student that graduates high school college- and career-ready,” said West Virginia Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Steven Paine. “The high schools here today are celebrated for the hard work of the principals, educators, counselors, students and parents who understand the important step graduation is in a child’s future. All schools in the Mountain State, along with the Department of Education and Board of Education, have made it a top priority to ensure our students show up, work hard, earn a diploma and are ready to meet the future workforce needs of West Virginia.”

Of the 68 schools recognized, three schools achieved a graduation rate of 100 percent. Those schools are Paw Paw High School, Pickens Elementary/High School and Paden City High School.

VFW Teacher of the Year award
VFW Teacher of the Year award

On 4 January 2018 Mrs. Roberta Holland, Tolsia High School's Spanish Teacher, was presented a plaque for her nomination as the VFW Post 1064 "Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Award" for the greater Huntington, WV (Wayne and Cabell County Schools) area. 

The VFW Teacher of the Year award contest recognizes one exceptional high school teacher for their outstanding commitment to teaching Americanism and patriotism to their students.  Local nominations are forwarded for further competition at the national level where winners receive: a $1,000 award for professional development expenses, a $1,000 award for his/her school, two award plaques: one for the teacher, the other for his/her school, and an all-expenses-paid trip to attend a VFW conference to receive their award.

On behalf of the Tolsia High School students and staff, we are proud of her accomplishments, her daily professionalism, and her commitment to shaping and molding the young minds of our beloved community.  Roberta Holland has taught Spanish at THS for the past 13 years and English for two years prior to that, she holds a Masters Degree in Education, and recently received her Administrative Certification.  She is married to Dorsal Holland and has two daughters; Pagen, who recently received her teaching certificate, and Cera, who is currently pursuing a career in nursing.

Sergeant Major Francis made the following statement regarding this nomination, " it is a great honor for the Tolsia High School JROTC program to have nominated Mrs. Holland for this prestigious award.  It is further a great honor to work with teachers like her who truly put the welfare of the students ahead of her own, working daily to uplift, educate, and instill a sense of honor, ethics, and patriotism in our young folks".

Tolsia High School
#1 Rebel Drive
Fort Gay, WV 25514
Phone:  304-648-5566
fax: 304.648.5447

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