Spring 2017 "Windy City Spotlight" featuring Adam Bryant III

March 01, 2017

Adam Bryant III graduated from Timmonsville High School in 1995. In high school, his favorite subject was social studies and most influential teacher was Coach Robert McDonald. He was his junior varsity basketball coach and algebra teacher. In Adam’s high school memory book Coach McDonald told him to not be afraid to step out of his box, his comfort zone. It is a sentiment that has stayed with him throughout his life long after graduation.......

Summer 2017 "Windy City Spotlight" featuring Avery Lyde

June 01, 2017

Avery Lyde graduated from Timmonsville High School in 1997 and is now a Network Security Supervisor for Lowes Corporation.......

Fall 2017 "Windy City Spotlight" featuring Debra Alford

September 01, 2017

Mrs. Debra Alford graduation from Timmonsville High School in 1987. Debra’s favorite subject was English. During her time at THS, Ms. Easterling and our Guidance Counselor Ms. Cynthia Sneed. Debra says, “I was always a team player, had strong leadership skills, and I graduated Salutatorian in my class.” The ability to learn and experience new things, meeting new people, and the ability to drive school buses to transport students to/from school.......

Winter 2017 "Windy City Spotlight" featuring Alfred C. Burris Sr. MD., F.A.C.C

December 01, 2017

Mr. Alfred C. Burris SR., MD., F.A.C.C is a Board Certified Cardiologist and graduate from Johnson Middle School.  He earned his bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from Howard University College of Pharmacy and medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine. I Burris completed a residency in internal medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, New York and completed a Fellowship in cardiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Mr. Burris specializes.........

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As we know Timmonsville is a small, tight-knit community deeply rooted in family.  Our goal is to highlight exceptional individuals that reside both near and far to motivate our youth and show them living proof that “all things” are possible.  The halls of Brockington High, Johnson High and Timmonsville High have housed some outstanding individuals and this page is dedicated to showcasing our great Eagles, Panthers and Whirlwinds!!

To make nominations please see the bottom of this page.

If you would like to nominate a classmate or yourself to be featured in the "Windy City Spotlight" you may do so by downloading our Windy City Spotlight Questionnaire below and submitting it to our email address at  Please be sure to include a photograph to complete your profile.   All submissions will be reviewed by the executive committee prior to publishing.  Thank you in advance for your submissions!!

Download Questionnaire Here