TCS’s high school offers a fully-accredited, rigorous, college preparatory program of study. We offer a balanced program consisting of strong academics and various fine arts opportunities, as well as an excellent athletic program. A minimum of 25 credits are required for graduation. Click here for a detailed list of graduation requirements. Advanced placement in English is offered. Students also have the option of dual enrollment with the University of Alabama and Shelton State Community College. Our graduates are accepted to colleges and universities throughout the United States.


Mrs. Sethanna Ackerman
Mrs. Ackerman graduated from TCS in 2006. She has a B.A. in secondary English education from Hobe Sound Bible College. “I am an active member of Ada Chapel Church. I believe that Christian education is very important in today’s culture, and I am glad to be a part of it. I love making learning a fun and positive experience for my students, but more importantly, I love helping them discover the person God created them to be.
Mrs. Jamie Arsenault
Mrs. Arsenault is a Bob Jones graduate with a B.A. in humanities. She teaches Girls Bible, home economics and art. She attends Grace Church where she currently teaches Children’s Church. “In 1996, Mr. Lancaster asked if I would teach junior high English. After praying about the decision and conferring with my family, I felt like it was God’s will to come be a part of the teaching staff at TCS. Two years later, I began teaching art, and eventually switched from junior high to senior high English. I love teaching here at TCS, and especially enjoy being around the students. All five of my children graduated from TCS, and now four of my grandchildren attend.”
Mr. Josh Bridges
Mr. Bridges graduated from the University of Alabama in 2004 with a B.S. in human environmental sciences. He teaches P. E. and coaches baseball. Josh is married to Melanie Bridges and they have a daughter named Mylee. They are active members of Northwood Hills Baptist and volunteer with the Children’s Ministry. “I played baseball at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee, and was drafted my senior year by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2002. After playing in the minor leagues, I was released and knew God had a different path for me. I am thankful to be a part of the family here at TCS. Coaching and teaching are passions of mine, and I am blessed to be able to do both.”
Mrs. Reese Chandler
Mrs. Chandler, a 1988 TCS alumna, graduated from the University of Alabama in 1993 with a B.S. in elementary education. She teaches math at TCS. She is married to Dee Chandler and they have four children: Holly, Macey, Daxon and Kylie. She and her family attend First Wesleyan Church. “I wanted to become a teacher and coach because I love kids and sports!”
Mrs. Darlyce Hester
Mrs. Hester graduated from the University of Alabama in 2004 with a B.S. in human environmental sciences. In 2009, she received a teaching certificate from Athens University after completing the alternative teaching program. “After teaching in the public school system for 10 years, I felt God was leading me to change jobs. I am very excited God has provided me this opportunity to join the staff at TCS. My family has been a part of TCS for several years, where I have proudly graduated two sons and have a current fourth grader.”
Mrs. Joy Lancaster
Following graduation from TCS in 2001, Mrs. Lancaster attended Pensacola Christian College where she received a B.S. in secondary education with a focus in history and physical education.“I have taught in Christian education for nine years. My current classes are 7th, 8th, 9th grade history. I married my high school sweetheart, Danny Lancaster, and have two beautiful daughters.”
Mrs. Anne Miller
Mrs. Miller, a TCS alumna, attended Clearwater Christian College where she studied music and piano performance. Since then, she has lived in Tuscaloosa with her husband Scott Miller and four daughters, teaching piano and local choirs. She is very involved in local theatre costuming, theatrical makeup, orchestra, and being on stage. “I love being around students, teaching and inspiring them to accomplish things they never thought possible. I enjoy giving students opportunities in music or theater that they wouldn’t have otherwise received.”
Mr. Jordan Potter
I graduated from God’s Bible School and College in 2017 with a B.A. in educational studies and a minor in history. I teach 6th and 10th grade boys Bible, 10th and 11th grade history and 10th grade geography. I graduated from TCS in 2013. “TCS impacted my life exponentially, and I consider it an honor to be asked to come back and teach. I am very excited to be a part of the TCS family and hope I can give back a fraction of what TCS has given me.”
Mrs. Sandra Reach
This is Mrs. Reach’s 28th year with TCS. She attended Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This year she teaches Bible to the high school girls and also serves as Academic Coordinator. Mrs. Reach attends Hephzibah Baptist Church. One of her favorite verses is Philippians 3:10, “That I may know Him, and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings; being made conformable into His death.” “At TCS it is obvious that the teachers love the Lord and that we work with a common unity to encourage our students to know God and to foster in them a desire to grow in their personal relationship with Him. My favorite part of teaching and being involved at TCS is the opportunity to build relationships with the students, which continues even after they graduate. It is encouraging to see our graduates when they drop in for a quick visit or during Homecoming. It is also very rewarding to see so many former students who choose to enroll their own children at TCS. It is my personal desire to demonstrate a biblical worldview and to guide and encourage our students to view every area of their lives, both personal and academic, from a biblical standpoint.”
Mrs. Nancy Robertson
Mrs. Robertson teaches science at TCS. She is a graduate of Judson College where she earned a B.S. in biology and psychology.“I became a teacher because I always enjoyed working with children. My mother’s influences led me into Christian education. The students here at TCS are the best!”
Mrs. Anna Grace Talmadge
Señora Talmadge has a B.A. from the University of Alabama in Spanish, English as a second language, and world cultures. She teaches Spanish to our high school and elementary students. “I fell in love with Spanish when I was in high school, and now I enjoy watching students experience a second language themselves. I enjoy international missions trips and serving with my family at the church my husband pastors, Grace Church.”
Mrs. Ginger Turner
Mrs. Turner is a lifelong resident of the Vance community. Directly after graduating from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor’s Degree in math education, she joined our staff here at TCS. “I teach algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, and physics and love it! I am married to Mike Turner and have three children: Katherine, Emily, and Stephen. I enjoy serving at Vance Baptist Church in many different capacities, from leading the music to teaching an adult Sunday School class.”
Mrs. Ashley Tyson
Mrs. Tyson graduated from Troy University with a B.S. in criminal justice and psychology, as well as a M.S. in psychology and counseling. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in educational psychology at Capella University. Her husband is the Student Pastor of youth and college at Bellview Baptist Church in McCulla. They have two children attending TCS, Kinston and Kenna. “After being at TCS as Guidance Counselor for one year on a part-time basis, God began to stir in my heart and I accepted a fulltime call to ministry in Christian education. I am delighted to work in an atmosphere with educators who truly love the Lord and aim to serve Him in all that they do. I have taught in a public high school and a private college, and I have counseled both children and adolescents in office settings; however, I have never found a better place to serve than here at Tuscaloosa Christian School. I look forward to what God has in store for our school and our students.”
Mrs. Pamela Welbourne
Mrs. Welbourne teaches speech at TCS. She graduated from TCS in 2001. She is married to Casey Welbourne, and they have three children. The family attends Grace Church. “I am so thankful for the influence TCS has had in my life…I am an alumna, my children attend the school, and I have the privilege to teach speech at TCS. I especially enjoy helping the students develop their verbal and acting skills.”
Mrs. Robin Wideman
Mrs. Wideman, a 1985 TCS alumna, graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.S. in human performance. She has been coaching and teaching P. E. here at TCS since 1987. She attends Old Salem Baptist Church where she helps teach children’s church.“I came to TCS as a non-Christian in the sixth grade. I quickly noticed a difference in some of my friends; they were saved and I wasn’t. Because of this school’s influence, I asked Jesus into my heart at my church. I graduated from TCS in 1985. I really enjoyed cheering and playing sports. Cindy, my coach, inspired me to go into the teaching field. While attending Shelton State, a coaching job became available at TCS for volleyball. I took the position, and soon after started helping with softball and cheer leading. I love this school. I love the kids, and my job. At this moment, I know this is right where God wants me. This school is my mission field.”

Mr. Bryant Williams
“I have lived in Northport most all my life and graduated from Tuscaloosa County High School.  I hold a B.S. Degree in biology and music, a Master’s in secondary science education and an Ed.S. in educational leadership, all from the University of Alabama.  I received my Educational Administration Certification from the University of Montevallo.  I am also a graduate of “Leadership Tuscaloosa.”  I taught science at Hillcrest Middle School for eleven years, then worked as Assistant Principal at Brookwood Middle School.  I served as Principal of Collins-Riverside Middle School for the past 11 years.  I retired this past June from the Tuscaloosa County School System with 26 years of service.  Gospel Music has always been a big part of my life and I toured professionally as a musician for The McKamey’s of Clinton, Tennessee.  I currently serve on staff at Indian Lake Baptist Church as choir director and church pianist. The pride and joy of my life is my son, Zachary, who is 11.  I am thrilled to be a part of the wonderful TCS faculty! I desire to share the love of Jesus and make a difference in the lives of our students each day.”