Read the digital version online now.
I would like to finish collecting items by the summer of 2021.
Graduates from 1967 to 2020 will recognize some (or lots!) of the lingo.
Blair is eager to get to know our alumni, and since she is not able to spend time with you in person, let's do the 2020-ish next best thing: Zoom!
On Veterans Day, TVS held a special Tolling of the Bells ceremony honoring many family members we have lost.
Now on display in the MS/US Art Gallery at TVS are calacas (comical skeletons) and other pieces from Mr. Sessa's personal collection, together with related art made by students.
September 8 marks 61 years since six boys had their first day of classes in a vacant school kitchen in downtown Fort Worth.
The School has worked tirelessly all summer to modify our campus to accommodate distancing and safe learning.
The commencement speaker was Greg Kwedar '03, whose career in filmmaking is quite different than what he anticipated at his own TVS graduation.
Holt Dorris '17 (another second-generation alum with two Class of 1981 parents, Meredith and Hank) recently received a scholarship award from the Texas Business Hall of Fame for his company and work in the Rawls Business School at Texas Tech.
Dani Shewmake Mathisen '14, a third-year medical student at UTSW in Dallas, is a published author!
Our own Kinh Pham ('19), Jay Trivedi ('19), Will Porter ('19) and a TCU friend have started a company called Frog Mask in response to the pandemic.
Support Much Ado About Shakespeare this week! Our summer program presents A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Our Reopening Plan for the 2020-2021 Academic Year is now available by clicking here.