|Tupelo High School|
|School district||Tupelo Public School District|
|Faculty||105.46 (on FTE basis)|
|Grades||9 to 12|
|Student to teacher ratio||19.08|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Accreditation||Southern Association of Colleges and Schools|
Tupelo High School is the only public high school in Tupelo, Mississippi. The campus consists of fourteen buildings, including a Performing Arts Center, separate buildings for social studies, English, math, sciences, fine arts, and a self-contained grade-9 building. The current student population of the school is about 1,995. As of 2014–2015, it is the largest enrolled public high school in the state of Mississippi. The class of 2015 consisted of 438 graduates. The school offers a curriculum containing 160 Carnegie units, 24 of which are Advanced Placement.
- Adam Grace, musician
- Frank Dowsing, first black football player at both THS and Mississippi State
- John Dye, actor
- Jarious Jackson, professional football player
- Chris Stratton, professional baseball player
- Mikky Ekko, singer-songwriter
- Chad Bumphis, professional football player
- Alex Carrington, professional football player 
- Tan White, professional basketball player
- Tamika Whitmore, retired professional basketball player
- Rae Sremmurd, hip-hop duo
Students attend class Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. A normal school day consists of four period block with a twenty-minute lunch period. Students are allowed five minutes between each ninety-minute period to change classes.
As of the 2017- 2018, Tupelo High School offers extracurricular activities, including football, slowpitch and fastpitch softball, cross country, volleyball, swimming, basketball, soccer, bowling, archery, baseball, golf, tennis, and track and field. In addition to athletics, the school offers other clubs, such as theatre, a school newspaper, arts, and mock trial.
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