Valdosta still has tickets available for the historic matchup! General public tickets went on sale Wednesday, September 22 at 1:00 pm. The ticket office will be open from 1 to 5:00 pm on Thursday and 8:00 am until noon on Friday or until all tickets are sold.
Valdosta City Schools will post regular, weekly updates of COVID-19 data.
We are asking for all stakeholders to participate; this includes parents/guardians, teachers, staff and students of Valdosta City Schools. This survey will be open through the close of business on Monday, September 27, 2021.
The Valdosta High School Marching Cats will host the Southern Open on Saturday, September 25, 2021.
On Tuesday, September 14, the Valdosta Board of Education adopted new COVID-19 quarantine guidance in accordance with the administrative order released by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Valdosta High School proudly presents the 2021 Homecoming theme, "Homecoming for the Holidays".
One of the highest priorities for Valdosta City Schools Nutrition Program is to ensure students receive nutritious meals in the midst of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The earliest documented Valdosta City Schools' teachers of the year are from 1973-74. Since that time, we have had 13 teachers named semi-finalists and finalists for the illustrious Georgia Teacher of the Year. One of the 13 was named the Georgia Teacher of the Year in 1977-78, Mr. John McRae, then of Sallas Mahone, who went on the become principal of S.L. Mason Elementary School.