Welcome to TCHS

Our Mission

The mission of Tates Creek High School is to prepare all Commodores for college and career success and for service as informed and active citizens with intercultural understanding and respect.


National School Lunch Program CEP Letter

Letter to Families for Fee Waiver

Instructional Fee Waiver Request Form


Spirit Week: September 11-15

September 11: 'Merica Monday

September 12: Tropical Tuesday

September 13: Wear Red for Public Ed

September 14: Throwback Thursday

September 15: Creek Friday


PSAT Information

The PSAT /NMSQT will be given at our school on Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 . This test is for Juniors who would like to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  It can also be used as a test score for the Governor's Scholars Program application or for practice with college entrance exams.  Students will need a pencil and a calculator on the test date.  Cost of the test is $20 and must be paid during registration using credit or debit card or check. To register for the PSAT, visit www.TotalRegistration.net/PSAT/181444 and complete registration by September 1st.  Online registration is for Tates Creek High School students only and for 11th grade only!  Practice online here.

LATE REGISTRATION FOR THE PSAT: September 6th through September 23rd


A/B Block Rotation Schedule

CLICK HERE for the updated A/B Block Rotation Schedule.

 


Enrollment Information

Click here for important information regarding enrolling new students at TCHS.


2016-2017 Yearbooks

2016-2017 yearbooks are available for pickup. If your student is still in school they can pick up their book before or after school in room 709.  If your student has graduated, please email Mrs. Suttles (megan.suttles@fayette.kyschools.us) to coordinate your pickup.

To purchase a 2017-2018 yearbook, www.jostens.com.


Athletic Physicals

Click here for more information regarding athletic physicals.


SBDM Athletic Tryout Policy:

If a student is not passing 6 classes by 3:15 on the first day of tryouts, that student is ineligible to tryout and therefore ineligible to participate that season.

***If a student is not on the initial list and shows up to tryout, they may not participate that day and their name(s) will be given to the athletic director to check grades for the following day of tryouts***

To view the entire Athletic Eligibility Policy, click here.


TCHS Hall of Fame

Tates Creek is creating a Hall of Fame for honored alumni.  Nominees must have graduated from Tates Creek more than ten (10) years prior to their nomination (if a student) or have retired or left TCHS at least one (1) year prior to their nomination (if a teacher, coach, or administrator).

Nominees can be Tates Creek High School graduates (individuals or teams), former staff members (Teachers, coaches, or administrators) or Tates Creek High School supporters.

Nominees must be able to attend the Induction Ceremony and related activities which are normally held on a date to be determined during the month of April.

Contact John Dixon for more information or to nominate a member for the TCHS Hall of Fame.


PSAT and SAT

Want additional help on PSAT or SAT practice? Check this link out to connect your PSAT scores from this school year to online practice through Khan Academy!

Khan Academy


School Accountability

Need help understanding Kentucky's new accountability system, Unbridled Learning?  Click here for an explanation of the different ways TCHS is held accountable.


Updating Email Addresses in Infinite Campus

Parents, if you need to update your email addresses or phone numbers in Infinite Campus, please email Debbie Gilley and Parent Portal with your new information.


Tates Creek Healthy Kids Clinic

Click here for more information about this service.


FREE Online Homework Help

Sponsored by the Lexington Public Library.


Request your Transcript from Parchment - Leader in eTranscript Exchange

 

EUSE2 LogoWe are an E=USE2 School. Click here for more information.

 

 

The mission of Tates Creek High School is to prepare all Commodores for college and career success and for service as informed and active citizens with intercultural understanding and respect.