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Welcome to the Home of Tolsia Rebels! 

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 students, faculty, and staff remains promising with continued hard work and support from everyone in surrounding communities.

Tolsia in the News 

January 21st, 2019

FORT GAY, W. VA. — Tolsia Head Coach Ric Morrone racked up win number 400 after the Lady Rebels ( 9-3 ) defeated Calhoun Co. 60-43 on Saturday afternoon at Rebel Arena in the West Virginia Hometown Invitational Tournament.

Coaches Comments: 

“… We have been fortunate to get two hard fought wins in the WVHIT tourney . The players have handled the travel and competition well. We have a tough row to hoe this week and are looking forward to it.”

“… I want to thank everyone for the Wonderful Recognition tonight! It is truly been an honor to be the coach for as long as I have. The milestone is truly a testament to the great players, parents and coaches I have the great fortune to work with over the years. So Thanks everyone and Go Lady Rebels !!”

Credit To: The Levisa Lazer

Tolsia High School Press Release
  Date: October 3rd, 2018
From: Mr. Ric Morrone, Tolsia High School CTE Administrator

 Tolsia High Student Achieves Prestigious Endorsement

Tolsia High students Austin Block, Daniel Moore, and Dylan Fore recently achieved a high level endorsement in their Advanced Career Program of Study at the school. The Tolsia students achieved a certification of proficient in the Advanced Manufacturing Program, which is led by Tolsia High Instructor Sean Meddings. The Advanced Career offering is through the Southern Regional Education Board and is a very high level accomplishment.

The Programs in the Advanced Career Areas are offered through SREB and are a real world learning experience in a high demand technical field. The students learn rigorous academic math, science, reading, writing and technical skills. The goal for SREB is to prepare students for further study and a rewarding career in their chosen field of study.

This is the first year for Tolsia High to participate fully in the Advanced Career Program in Advanced Manufacturing. Instructor Sean Meddings said, “I am very proud of these students and their accomplishments. I look forward to seeing them use their skills and pursue the careers of their choice in the future. Our goal at Tolsia High Career Technical Center is to prepare all our students to be College and Career Ready. The skills they acquire will prepare them to be successful in their future endeavors.”

Recognition For High Completion Status
Recognition For High Completion Status

On Tuesday, February 12th at the Wayne County BOE Meeting, all three Wayne County High Schools were recognized by State Superintendent, Dr. Steve Paine, and Assistant Superintendent, Michelle Blatt, for their high numbers of completers in AP Courses; as well as, CTE Courses. Additionally, employees from around the county were recognized by the BOE for their achievements. 

Credit To: Robert Thompson's Facebook Post

Glenhayes Entertainment
Glenhayes Entertainment

Date: January 18th, 2019
From: Jessica Nelson

Tolsia High School-Glenhayes Entertainment 

At the end of 2018, Glenhayes Entertainment sent in a video competing in the state competition of "Anti-Drinking and Driving PSA". On January 18th, 2019, the course recieved word that their entry, "Moments That Matter", was selected as the 1st Place finishers; as well as, the winner of the $5,000 grand prize. 

On top of that, the students of Glenhayes Entertainment will have their PSA turned into a real commercial aired across the state during Prom and Gradtuation seasons in April and May. 

With very little gear of their own, they have made do, and are thriving as a program.

Credit To: Glenhayes Entertainment Facbook Page 

Date: October 1st, 2018

From: Mr. Ric Morrone, Tolsia High CTE Administrator

Tolsia High Therapeutic Services Program Sponsors Red Cross Blood Drive

The Tolsia High Therapeutic Services Program partnered with the Red Cross to conduct a blood drive at Tolsia High on September 27th, 2018. This is the first blood drive of the year at the school and they have two more planned throughout the year.

Tolsia High Therapeutic Services Instructor Tennille Gilkerson said, “We collected 54 units of blood and I’m very proud of this great showing of giving. My True Hearts Services employees always volunteer and work very well with the Red Cross. I am very proud of our students, staff and community who are always willing to donate for this very worthwhile cause.”

Tolsia High operates their Career Technical programs under the Simulated Workplace model and the Therapeutic Services simulated workplace company is the “True Hearts Services” company. The employees of True Hearts Services assisted the Red Cross by checking in donors, providing snacks/drinks after donating blood and assisting with any other needs of the Red Cross personnel.

* For more information regarding the Blood Drives or the Therapeutic Services Program at Tolsia High. Contact Instructor Mrs. Tennille Gilkerson at 1-304-648-5566.

Date: February 14th, 2019

From: Jessica Nelson


Lady Rebels lone Senior Sarah Jude was recognized before the game and scored 7 points, Lynndsey Cassell tallied 17 points, Julie Boone and Katelyn Kelly scored 6 points each, Trinity Muncy, and Kylea Pollinger scored 4 points each, Hayley Collie 3 points, Elizabeth Johnson, Taylor Ball and Kenzie Young chipped in with 2 points each. Sarah was honored Saturday night at the Rebel Arena as the Lady Rebels honored Senior Sarah Jude for scoring her 1,000 career point against Tygarts Valley.

The Lady Rebels led 42-9 at half as they substituted freely the entire first half.

In the second with the clock running Tolsia out scored the Lady Royals 19-8.

Coaches Comments:

“… Very proud of Sarah and her accomplishments. The 1,000 points go along with her nearly 600 rebounds. She is easily one of the most versatile players in the state. She can play the 1-5 position effectively. The best thing is she is a great player , and an even better person. She has worked hard and The Lady Rebel Program is extremely proud of her.”

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

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