At TCS, students are encouraged to be proactive members of school extracurricular affairs. Supervised by school staff, each club is student-designed and will have an established constitution. Office members are elected to support the day-to-day functions of the club and all members provide support to fulfill and maintain the group’s objectives and goals.
Students may participate in leadership activities, which help build and support collaboration and communication skills. The Associated Student Body, Class Cabinets, and School Site Council are some examples of the opportunities that incorporate student voice and action on campus.
At TCS, we realize the value in having a healthy balance between academics and socialization. Part of the TCS student culture is empowering student leadership members to lead activities and events that promote and encourage robust and flourishing student life on campus. Social mixers, ice cream socials, friendly games, and competitions are just some of the activities students can expect on the TCS campus.