Welcome to THS
At Tenino High School, you will find a thriving high school that provides your student many different educational opportunities. Tenino High School offers the same opportunities as other schools but in a small school environment, which means your student will have a more meaningful experience than at a school of over 1,000 students.
Our focus at Tenino High School is your student. Each day, our dedicated staff is working our best to provide your student the best education we can. At Tenino High School, our teachers go above and beyond to ensure your student achieves academic success. Our classified staff gets to know each student so they can make each day for your student the best it can be.
We are proud to offer 5 AP and honors courses. Our athletics program is comprehensive, as we offer our students opportunities to compete in 13 varsity sports. The Tenino FFA program is nationally recognized, our band is a state-recognized program, and our choir is also a state-recognized program. Tenino High School is truly an outstanding school, and we look forward to sharing our school with you.
Our Mission and Vision
Our mission: Preparing life-long learners as responsible citizens in a dynamic, changing world.
Our vision: The culture of Tenino High School supports learning and develops results through relationships, rigor, and relevance.
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Our Principal's Message
Hello Students, Parents, and Guardians,
We are happy to be back on schedule after the snow early in February. We sent second trimester grade checks home today, so please check your mailboxes for this report coming home soon. We have wrestlers at districts this weekend, and girls basketball is also in districts beginning tonight at La Center HS. Good luck to our winter student athletes! Spring sports begin with the first official day of practice on February 27, and spring sports competition starts two weeks after that.
THS band and choir are attending the All Northwest Band and Choir Festival in Bellevue on February 16 and 17. Go band and choir!
Our snow days from Monday, February 6 and Tuesday, February 7 will be made up on June 19 and June 20, with June 20 being an early dismissal day. Our 2017 graduation date remains June 9; next week, we are still scheduled for our 4-day mid-winter break from February 17-20.
Be sure to check out my previous messages.
Garry Cameron Ed.D.
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