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Extracurricular Programs

Students are welcome to participate in activities/sports through their home high schools.

TCHS offers school clubs/chapters such as SkillsUSA, FFA, along with First Robotics, and HOSSA.This will allow extra leadership opportunities, and the chance to compete at district, state and national competitions.

 

In Skills-USA, students learn-by planning and carrying out their own activities 

 

“The job I’m starting after graduation is from a contact I made while in Skills-USA.” 

 

“One benefit of Skills-USA is the people you meet. The friendships you develop will last a lifetime.” 

 

“Being a member of Skills-USA gives me a relationship with other students who have similar career goals.”

 

Skills-USA Championships

The Skills-USA Championships is the show case activity of the Skills-USA organization. This annual event begins with contests in classrooms. Winners advance through district or regional events, to state competition. Only the best make it to the national event. Students benefit no matter how they place in their contests. They test their skills, make job contacts, and have a chance for recognition. State and national winners receive gold, silver, and bronze medallions, scholarships, tools and other awards. The national championships is considered the largest single-day of corporate voluntarism in America.

 

Visit www.skillsusa.org for a complete list of national competitions.

Competitions

What is Skills-USA?

 

SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit student organization that serves students enrolled in career and technical education training programs at our nations public high schools and colleges. SkillsUSA’s mission is to empower its members to become world class workers and responsible American citizens.Skills-USA complements technical skills training with instruction in the employ-ability skills that make a well-rounded worker and citizen. Founded in 1965, Skills-USA has developed nearly 9.5 million workers through active partnerships between employers and educators.

 

Be a Champion Our Membership Skills-USA has approximately 15,000 school chapters in 54 state and territorial associations, and serves more than 300,000 members annually. More than 16,000 instructors and administrators are professional members of Skills-USA.

 

Skills-USA members are known in our schools and communities as leaders and skilled professional in training. 

 

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