9th graders Martin Krylov, Adil Bhatti, and Michael Solomon competed at the Plano West Computer Programming Invitational Competition.
Rick Rayl, Director of Pharmacy at University Behavioral Health of Denton will visit our campus March 6. Mark your calendar to learn more about this important topic!
Support literacy glocally!
Our House buddies worked together to make Valentines this week! TVS Community Service Club is distributing them to local retirement homes.
Come out and support our Trojan athletes! Our swim, wrestling, girls' soccer, and girl' basketball teams are representing TVS! #BeTrojansToday
Our Class of 2019 13-year students had a great time at their party!
TVS was the TOP private school AGAIN at DFW World Affairs Council's regional WorldQuest competition.
Ball fields are being prepped for the spring season with many upgrades in the works. Still, more support is needed to meet our $2.7 million goal. This effort is being funded apart from the annual fund and/or tuition.
Please congratulate Kingsley Ehiemua and Isaiah Jackson, who signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers in college!
After helping Texas win the National Mathcounts Championship in Washington, DC in 2018, TVS Mathletes again won the Regional Championship for the 10th consecutive year on Saturday, Feb. 2 at TCU, competing with 18 schools and 140 mathletes. Five TVS mathletes were among the top 12 to compete in the Jeopardy-style Countdown Round.
Gather together for an evening of fun to celebrate our parents and the TVS Parents' Club's contributions to our school. Parents will also have the opportunity to bid on class art as well as teacher, TOE, and athletic experiences.
$2.7 million worth of improvements are underway at our baseball/softball complex thanks to many generous donors who have stepped forward to support this effort.
Congratulations to our students for having their photograph selected to be exhibited in the Fort Worth Country Day Black & White Images show. These photographs were selected out of 16 private/public high schools and approximately 1,000 entries.
Six brave students performed Shakespeare monologues for the faculty and student body.