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Tates Creek in the News

Congratulations to Griffin Gensheimer, Amanda Harris, and Elise Partain for being selected for the 2015 Sister Cities Student Exchanges program!

TCHS Excels at Governor's Cup Finals

Commodore Chase Featured on WTVQ

TCHS Featured in Lexington High School Theater Tipster

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TCHS Guidance Counselors Fill Essential Role for Students' Well-being

Congratulations to Mrs. Mullins for being WTVQ's Teacher of the Week!

Internationally Recognized Academic Program Helps Tates Creek Students Excel

TCHS offers ACT Prep Program in Effort to Close Achievement Gap

TCHS School Psychologist Receives State Honors

Tates Creek High School continues to be one of the top schools in the state for Kentucky Governor's Scholar success!   We are proud to have had 98 GSP scholars the past four years!

KOSSA Testing

Due to the snow days last week, the KOSSA testing schedule had to be revised. If you or your child had previously received a notification that they should take the KOSSA test, please see the schedule below for their updated date for testing. We have also posted these schedules around the school.



SBDM Parent Representative Nominations and Elections

Nomination forms for SBDM parent representatives must be submitted to the TCHS Administrative Office by 3:00 Friday, March, 27, 2015.  Elections will be held Tuesday, April 21, 6:00-8:00 in the Media Center or April 22, 8:30-1:00 at the TCHS greeter's desk.

For information about nominating and electing SBDM parent representatives, CLICK HERE.

Deadline: nomination forms must be in the Tates Creek High School office by 3:00pm Friday,
March 27, 2015.

TC Playschool Information

Tates Creek High School Early Childhood Education department is now accepting registration forms for our spring Commodore Playschool session.  The playschool is an early childhood learning environment ran by the Early Childhood Education 1 students under the supervision of FCS teacher Amanda Sewell.  The playschool is open to children ages 2-5 and is from 9:00am-12:30 pm every day (high school B-Days).

Playschool Calendar and Information

Playschool Registration Form

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.

ESS Tutoring

Click here for ESS tutoring information.  Contact Meredith Bordas for more information.

Student Number Locator

Click here to find out your student number.

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.



ACT Prep

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, atjustin.cheatham@fayette.kyschools.us or 381-3620 x1008.

Tates Creek Healthy Kids Clinic

Click here for more information about this service.

FREE Online Homework Help

Sponsored by the Lexington Public Library.

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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.