A message from the Principal
The administration, faculty and staff at Tully Junior Senior High School are dedicated to providing all students with the necessary skills and aptitudes to be successful at their chosen endeavor.
We offer courses at the enriched/honors, Advanced Placement (AP), and collegiate levels. Our students are encouraged to take challenging coursework that will best prepare them for their immediate future and beyond. Support is provided to those in need through Academic Intervention Services (AIS) and Special Education. In order to provide our students with the best opportunities possible, we offer distance learning courses through partnerships with BOCES and neighboring school districts.
Extra-curricular activities play a vital role in the development of our students. Our interscholastic athletic teams, drama club, and music programs are well-regarded in the area. Our athletes have league, sectional regional, and state titles to their credit, while frequently being recognized by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association as Scholar Athletes. Our drama program is recognized annually at the Cortland Repertory Theatre Awards for both acting and technical roles that our students perform. Musically, our students regularly score in the top two levels in New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) festivals while also securing places in All County and Area All State ensembles. Our FFA chapter members routinely win competitions at the New York State Fair and go on to compete at the regional and national conventions. Our Academic Decathlon team gets stronger every year, recently competing for the state title.
Our district is thankful for the high level of support it receives from the Tully community. Graduates proudly move on to two- and four-year colleges, the military or work. Cornell University, Le Moyne College, Colgate University, Marist College and SUNY Binghamton are some of the pretigious schools to which our students are frequently accepted.
The administration, faculty and staff are very proud of our students and all of their accomplishments.
Please call or email me if you have any questions or concerns.
Mary Ann Murphy
Tully Students Attend Legislative Breakfast:
On December 1st, four Tully students participated in the Central New York Library Resource Council's legislative breakfast. The breakfast is an annual event designed to bring library stakeholders in contact with their state legislators so that they can advocate for library needs. The students were able to meet and speak with Senator Dave Valesky, Assemblyman Al Stirpe, and representatives of Senator John DeFrancisco and Assemblypersons Will Barclay, Bill Magnarelli, and Pamela Hunter.
Our students talked about how important libraries had been for them as centers of literature, technology, exploration, making, and simply as safe places to go. Tully was one of only two school districts in the area to bring students, and they really stood out among a large group of ...
JRSH Inducts New National Junior Honor Society Members:
New National Junior Honor Society members were inducted at an evening ceremony on Thursday March 30th. Parents and administrators welcomed the group of 23 eighth graders. Tully Central School District congratulates the following students for their outstanding accomplishments.
Therapy Dog Visits High School Health Class:
Ms. Mirabito’s 1st period health class had a therapy dog in training named Bella visit the class. Dr. Hecht (Marcus Lombardo's mom) is in training with her. The students are presenting alternative or complementary ways to treat stress and other ailments instead of taking medication. There was also a great presentation on cooking and how that can provide health enhancing benefits as well. They had students create ants on a log as a demonstration.
Junior High School High Honor, Honor and Merit Rolls:
Junior High School High Honor, Honor and Merit Rolls
Second Marking Period – 2017
The following junior high (7-8) and senior high (9-12) students at Tully Junior-Senior High School qualified for the High Honor, Honor, or Merit Roll for the second marking period. Students attaining an overall average of 94.5 and above qualified for the High Honor Roll. Students who attained an overall average of 89.5 and above qualified for the Honor Roll and those with 84.5 qualified for the Merit Roll. There must be no incompletes.
Berry, Thomas H
Byrne, Emma K
Downes, Morgan O
Drzewicki, Robyn A
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