March 31- Senior Graduation Deliveries (Jostens)

    April 26 – Top Ten Dinner

    May 5 – Honors Program

    May 6 – Honors Pep Rally

    May 7 – Prom

    May 12 – Candle Lighting

    May 13 – Senior Day

    May 16 – Senior Sunset

    May 24 – Senior Breakfast & Graduation Rehearsal 

    TBA – Senior Feeder Breakfast 

    May 29 – Graduation at UNT at 7:00 p.m.

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    Jostens has information and packages for caps, gowns, tassels, announcements, rings, and 2022 gear. 

    Please click HERE to view the Graduation packages online. We have the packets with information in our office, H212.

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    TCHS School Code: 446-989

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    Newsletter and series of virtual programs to help students transition from high school to college. The Senior Year Experience events are free and open to all students and their families/caregivers. I’ll be sending you a copy of the October newsletter via constant contact in just a few minutes and you can share that widely with any student.


    Recommendation Letter Information

    Senior Request for Recommendation Information


    Any Junior/Senior wishing to take a college visit must follow these guidelines in order to have it excused:

    1. Juniors and Seniors are allowed two days per year to visit College(s).
    2. College visits are for sole purpose of visiting a college or university to determine if you are interested in becoming a potential future student at this college or university.
    3. The student must pick up a College Visit form from their Assistant Principal.
    4. The student must have their parent call their assistant Principal to confirm (469-713-5178 ext. 2510)
    5. The student must return the College Visit form three days prior to their visit to their Assistant Principal for approval.
    6. Students are responsible for submitting all make-up work.
    7. Students are responsible for showing their attendance clerk documentation of their visit (a note from the college or university’s admissions office or visitor’s office)
    8. An approved college visit does not count as an absence when considering exam exemptions for the spring semester.
    9. For more information about college visits please refer to your Student Handbook.


    Thank you in advance for reading and following these guidelines.