Troy College & Career High School – Tuesday, April 18, 2017
- Troy College & Career High School welcomed new students into our fourth and final session of the school year last week.
- Four seniors were honored for their achievements at the annual metro Detroit Women of Tomorrow graduation luncheon at the Henry Hotel in Dearborn. Melanie Cooney was awarded a scholarship from the mentoring organization.
- Environmental Science students will be conducting chemical and biological testing of water samples from the Rouge River as part of the Michigan Rouge Education Project in conjunction with U of M Dearborn. The class will also be hosting a guest speaker from Iris Waste Diversion Company who will discuss “Single-Stream Recycling.”
- We are very proud of our students who, like most in the district, participated in SAT/state testing last week.
- Student Government is making plans for its 2nd annual Field Day that will include games for preschoolers in the child care program and a sports tournament for our high school students. The group is also planning a first-ever Prom for Troy College & Career High School students in May.
- To encourage social justice, the “Fingers Crossed” theatre troupe completed skit presentations to eighth graders in the district that included scenarios of bullying, stereotyping, peer pressure, and other issues. Created by the Troy Social Justice Project, the presentations feature high school students from each of the four TSD high schools.
- Samantha Linares was among 10 high school guest speakers at the One Troy Students Speak event last Thursday evening at Athens High School. Samantha’s topic was, “The Right School Can Change Your Life.”