Treasure Coast High School (TCHS) was founded during the 2006 – 2007 school year. The Class of 2008 was the first TCHS graduating class.
TCHS is the school home of approximately 2775 students, grades 9-12.
Vision, Mission, and Beliefs
Our vision is grounded in a belief that any student can be successful during their high school experience when immersed in a caring, challenging, and relevant learning environment. Our faculty and staff are selected based on their expertise and desire to help students succeed. It is our sole desire to witness the success of each student. Our pledge is to make sure each student at TCHS has a unique and fulfilling experience.
Our Academies, also known as small learning communities, are a research-based nationally accepted model for high schools. They allow students to choose an area of interest and to be scheduled into their classes with students of similar interests.
Students can choose career and technical courses that provide exploration and development of skills and expertise in a career area. In addition, students may select from a wide array of courses in the Global Community. Regardless of choice, all students may take honors and Advanced Placement courses. Students may also take AICE courses, if qualified.
Senior options will provide opportunities for dual enrollment, early college admission, paid and unpaid internships, and planning for post-secondary education is an integral part of the process.
Personalization is an important part of a student’s educational experience at TCHS. All students are members of an advisory group which meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 22 minutes. During these 22 minutes, students acquire skills to foster a positive school environment and feel personally involved in their future success. During this time, the students meet with their advisor teacher who serves as a personal connection with the students.
Research from the National Association for Secondary School Principals (NASSP) demonstrates that students perform better in school with advisory, as they feel more connected to the school and have a stronger “safety net.” The focus is on personalization, team building, communication skills and the development of personal and interpersonal skills.
Senior students will have the opportunity to mentor younger students in such activities as college planning, orientation to the courses offered at the school and preparing for the Titan Culminating Project.