• Talking to Strangers

    TCS 8th grade students recently discovered that sometimes its okay to talk to strangers. The students conducted Man-on-the-Street interviews with individuals they encountered downtown. Four civics questions were posed. This activity was a review of Social Studies content the students learned earlier in the year, as well as a unique way to sharpen their social skills and engage in
  • Lions’ Sports Update March 18

    Middle School Save the Date Middle School Sports Celebration Please mark your calendar for our “Sports Celebration” Wednesday, April 15 in Lee Fellowship Hall This event is open to our middle school athletes, coaches and their families. Food trucks will be open at 5:00 p.m. Awards Celebration will begin at 6:15 p.m. Let’s Celebrate Lions!
  • Art, Symmetry, and History

    Middle school art students are studying mandalas. Mandalas, used in many types of religious art, employ the use of radial symmetry, where all sides of a circular image are the same if it is divided along its axis. In Christian art, mandalas are often used in stained glass windows like the rose windows found in
  • Lions’ Sports News March 11

    Middle School Tennis Congratulations to our TCS tennis team for a great tournament.  And a special shout out to Mac Tews for his 1st place medal win. Way to Roar Lions! Track Awesome job and congratulations to both our girls’ and boys’ track team. Great night at the championship meet; medals and ribbons everywhere! You
  • Combining Forces

    Technology and COMPASS students are combining talent and technology for creative projects. They are using a green screen (“Chroma key”) to allow them to move out of the TCS campus into other virtual environments with both video and photos. The TCS News students in technology class are doing much of what modern television studios do with
  • Discovering Tools

    To prepare our kindergarten students for their visit to Miller’s Hardware, Mr. Coryell gave a short demonstration on different types of tools and fasteners that you might see in a hardware store.  Students explored various types of nails, screws, nuts and bolts.  Mr. Coryell also showed how a hammer is used to pound in nails
  • Cultivating Leaders

    The 7th grade Citizenship class engaged in a project entitled “H20 2GO.” The students first researched critical water shortages. They then designed informative flyers about the water crisis in different regions of the world. These flyers also included suggestions of ways we can conserve water. The students distributed the flyers downtown during a water awareness
  • Lions’ Sports News March 4

    Spirit Day is here! Please join us for the third Spirit Day of the school year. We will be celebrating our Spring Athletes on Friday, March 6, 2:15 p.m. in the gym. Bring your best Lion ROAR! Middle School Tennis Next matches: Wednesday, March 4, 3:30 p.m. at Lake Highland Friday, March 6, 4:00 p.m.
  • Lions’ Sports News February 25

    Middle School Tennis Next matches: Thursday, February 26, 3:30 p.m. at Fort Gatlin Friday, February 27, 3:30 p.m. at Fort Gatlin Let’s Roar Lions! Track Next Meet: Thursday, February 26, 4:30 p.m. at The First Academy Monday, March 2, 4:30 p.m. at Lake Highland Prep Let’s Run Lions! Basketball 6/5th grade Boys Next Game Saturday,
  • Good Citizens and Inspiring Leaders

    Students on our 7th grade Citizenship course have been exploring responsible and compassionate citizenship within the context of school, national and global issues. On the school level, students identified an area that they wanted to improve. Currently, the items placed in recycling bins at TCS are discarded rather than recycled. Inspired by the vision of