Students in the Drawing 2 class at Treasure Coast High School are currently working on still-life drawings. Students are focusing on proportions and value, and introducing charcoal and ink wash. They are creating some amazing pieces of art. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Students in Drawing 1 at Treasure Coast High School are currently working on a group project to enhance teamwork. Every student has a string, no one can touch the marker, and then they have to replicate the drawing on the projector. Our students are having a blast with this project. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Students in Drawing 3 Honors at Treasure Coast High School completed neurographic doodles and a battle of the bands activity to warm up for their upcoming Synesthesia Project. Synesthesia is when your brain routes sensory information through multiple unrelated senses, causing you to experience more than one sense simultaneously. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
During lunch, students at Treasure Coast High School participated in the pull-up challenge hosted by Staff Sergeant Brandon Raines, a United States Marine Corps Recruiter. The pull-up challenge is used to help gain exposure to the Marine Corps, specifically all the scholarship and job opportunities that are available to students. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Congratulations to the Treasure Coast High School varsity football team on being named the Zephyrhills Team of the Week in Florida. On behalf of Zephyrhills, Mr. Lehman presented the Titans and Coach Jones with a custom commemorative football based on their performance against Tampa Jesuit. Shoutout to the Titans for all their hard work both on and off the field. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Treasure Coast High School welcomed the parents and students of the Class of 2024 at our Senior Parent Night on Wednesday, September 6th. It was a great opportunity to meet with parents, provide information, and answer questions. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
The Treasure Coast High School FBLA team hosted an informal meeting for new and returning members. During this meeting, students were able to meet the new officer team and receive information about future volunteer opportunities and upcoming workshops. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
The Treasure Coast High School Air Force JROTC cadets honored both active and veteran Military personnel in a flag ceremony representing the various branches of our US Military during halftime on Friday night. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
The Treasure Coast High School varsity football team defeated the Noles 14-9 during Friday night’s nail-biter. The Titans remain undefeated as they head into next week’s game at Martin County High School. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Congratulations to Cross Country runner, Kaitlynn Moore on another record-breaking performance. Kaitlynn won the Centennial Cross Country Invitational by over a minute to place first overall on Friday, with a time of 19:44, setting a new school record. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
The Treasure Coast High School Titan Sound celebrated seniors, Robert, Breanna, Jariah, Aidan, Michael, Alisson, Jaida, Lundyn, Nivera, Luverette, Christopher, Jamaria, Rianna, Wood, Mariyah, Carlos, Makayla, Jordyn, Kailyn, Carl, Nastassjia, Sophia, Nickolas, Kaylee, Mykel, Eric, and John on Friday night. We are very proud of all your achievements. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Treasure Coast High School is home to amazing, student-centered academies, Applied Engineering being one of them. Student Chloe Thaxter sets the oxy-acetelyne flame in her advanced manufacturing technology class. Chloe is a junior at Treasure Coast High School. When she graduates, she plans to become a welder. Student Elijah Hernandez is uploading the CNC Program in his applied engineering technology class. The CNC Program allows students to do manual processes automatically using code. Elijah is a senior at Treasure Coast High School. When he graduates, he plans to be a mechanical engineer in the United States Air Force.
Please join Treasure Coast High School in congratulating our Titan Football Seniors, Shamir, Omari, Jamison, George, Demari, Richard, Zachary, Nikki, Ethan, Jayden, Marvin, Jorge, Matthew, Tyler, Manuel, Kerby, Albert, Gabriel, Adam, Ethan, Bootros, Knajee, Jahsia, Felix, and Jahari. We are very proud of all their achievements both on and off the field! Titan born, Titan bred!
Treasure Coast High School is proud to announce Cross Country runner, Kaitlynn Moore, ran her personal best on Saturday with a time of 20:06 setting a new school record. She finished 3rd out of 132 runners at the Park Vista Invitational. Congratulations, Kaitlynn! Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Congratulations to the Treasure Coast High School Boy’s Golf Team who won the Al Griffith St. Lucie County Championship for the first time in school history. 2023 County Champions! Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Treasure Coast High School Titan Sound performed for students during lunches on Friday afternoon ahead of our first home football game of the season. Titan Sound played a number of sets for our students and staff. The students are looking forward to seeing Titan Sound in action on the field!
As Treasure Coast High School prepares for their first home football game of the season, Titan Sound is also preparing for their first performance. The band students have been working day in and day out to ensure they are ready for Friday night. They are even getting creative using unique spaces on campus to practice. Titan Sound has been under the leadership of Mr. Ingram since 2020. Mr. Ingram has high expectations of his students and with their hard work and dedication, Titan Sound is off to another record year. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
The Treasure Coast High School Titans varsity football team won their first home non-conference game against the Osceola Kowboys by a score of 22-8. The Titans are now 1-0 on the season. Catch the Titans in action as we take on Jesuit Tigers on Friday, Sept. 1st at 7:00 p.m. at South County Stadium. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
On Friday, August 18th, Treasure Coast High School celebrated students for their academic achievement on their AICE exams. AICE is an international diploma program where students can earn a diploma via an advanced academic curriculum and assessment program written and administered by a non-profit department (CIE) of the University of Cambridge in England. For the June 2023 testing series, 708 students passed one or more AICE exams, 78 students earned AICE Diplomas, and 100 students from the class of 2023 graduated with their AICE Diploma. Treasure Coast High School is proud of our students for their hard work and dedication.
Treasure Coast High School is proud to announce that Robert Grundstrom has been selected to receive the 2023 Gutterman Family Outstanding Holocaust Educator Award from the Arthur and Emalie Gutterman Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education at Florida Atlantic University. The award recognizes educators who have had a demonstrated positive impact on their schools, as well as the wider community in the field of Holocaust, genocide, and human rights education. The award honors individual teachers who actively, by their example and through teaching about these difficult subjects, strengthen South Florida students’ world-citizenship and capacity to uphold the dignity of