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Feedback Survey Opportunity
In an effort to improve and reflect on current practices, Tates Creek High School is conducting a survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to:
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
Registration for the PSAT will be available on the TCHS website until September 16th. Taking the PSAT offers students the chance to practice for college entrance exams and will give students planning to apply for Governors Scholars Program the required test score for their application. Top scores on the PSAT can also qualify students as National Merit Scholars and the chance to earn a $2500 scholarship. Cost for the PSAT is $25. Bring a pencil and your calculator on the test date. October 15th is the day of the test here at TCHS. Register here by September 16th. Contact Mrs. Bruce for questions.
Student Number Locator
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Updating Email Addresses in Infinite Campus
Hey Creekers! Are you aware that the district has purchased an online ACT prep program for all high school students to use without cost to you? TCA Prep (the online study guide linked below) has been proven successful for students around the US.
FCPS subscribes to the Online Study Guide for the ACT for all district high schools. To access the site, all students including seniors, should use their student I.D. which will serve as the username and as the password.
To go directly to the ACT Quick Test, you can simply click HERE.
If you have questions, please contact Mr. Justin Cheatham, TCHS Academic Dean, email@example.com or 381-3620 x1008.
Tates Creek Healthy Kids Clinic
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Sponsored by the Lexington Public Library.
We are an E=USE2 School. Click here for more information.
TCHS aims to provide active student engagement and foster meaningful relationships through rigorous and relevant instruction centered in intercultural understanding and respect.
To this end, TCHS utilizes student achievement data to drive our practices and develop challenging programs of education and assessment.
These programs encourage students to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who maintain an open, empathetic mindset towards others.