We are pleased to announce the outcome of the Florida Public Service Association 2017 state conference/competition. Treasure Coast High School Criminal Justice Academy students placed in the following events: · 1st Place – Evidence Packaging, Selina Velazquez · 2nd Place – Evidence Packaging, Layla Labish · 3rd Place – Latent Fingerprinting, Chari Rivera · 5th…Details
Students from Ms. Nelson’s class help plant seeds for our very first Tower Garden! A Tower Garden is a general vertical hydroponic growing system, which require less space and water to grow the plants than traditional systems.
The students from the photo competed in SkillsUSA Regional Competition in Orlando, FL last week, Thursday, February 18. Students were in the Community Service Competition and won 1st Place for Region 3. Student Names: Olivia Wallman, Arielly Dias, and Arthur Waddell Students in this competition had the following purpose: To evaluate local chapter activities that…Details
Congratulations to Treasure Coast High School Senior Gustavo Delgado on his early admission to the University of Chicago. In addition to gaining early admission to the prestigious university, he was also awarded a full four-year scholarship covering tuition, room and board and other expenses. University of Chicago is ranked number three in National Universities by…Details
On February 3, 2016, six TCHS senior athletes committed to colleges.
Wendy Williams from The Container Store, along with some of our support teachers, offer realistic job interview practice for Mr. Williams’ English IV classes. The interview is one of the components for the Senior Portfolio Project.
Treasure Coast High School’s Criminal Justice and Biotechnology students competed at the SkillsUSA State Conference in Lakeland, Florida. Students pictured, competed in a range of events from Career Pathways Showcase (Science and Public Safety) to Community Service. Students competing in Community Service, designed a fun way for everyone to get involved in a recycling program. …Details
International Business Students from Treasure Coast High School attended the 11th Annual Treasure Coast Business Summit (TCBS) — the Treasure Coast’s largest business-to-business summit and expo, providing a networking and educational experience for International Business Academy students to meet business leaders and professionals, learn about current opportunities, and establish relationships for internships, volunteer opportunities, and…Details
TCHS Key Club had their first event on Sept. 18. This was an orientation of the St. Lucie Botanical Gardens. Students learned about the Gardens, how they are kept, and how to volunteer.
The Botanical Gardens hosts a variety of events, but have always welcomed TCHS!
On May 17th, 2018 Treasure Coast High School AFJROTC participated in the first annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down in Fort Pierce, alongside many other organizations. They supplied items such as sleeping bags, care bags, food, boots, and many other helpful items to veterans in need. This is the first of many veterans outreach events for…Details