Temple City High School Dance Agreement

Temple City High Performing and Plastic Arts consists of art, auxiliary, group, dance, choir, orchestra and theater. Dragonflicks, which is part of the school`s art and film department, holds an annual film festival supported by the school during the months of May and/or June. Their nationally recognized “Co-ed” choir team is called Brighter Side Singers and performs at Disney`s California Adventures every Christmastime. The Brighter Side Singers also race every year. Temple City High School has received several accolades for its academic programs. Rampage, the students` newspaper, was awarded Second Place for Newspaper High School Excellence in Division A by the Los Angeles Times at the Student Journalism Awards on May 26, 2005. [4] The school received the California Distinguished School Award in 1996 and 2019,[5] and a California Gold Ribbon School Award in 2017. [6] In 2011, Temple City High School was ranked #209 in Newsweek`s prestigious list of america`s top high schools. [7] Auxiliary troops, Cheer, Pep-Flags, Song, Choreo and Fusion participated in various circuits, including United Spirit Association and Sharp International. At Sharp International Regionals, they took the top three spots as well as the first place and competition in the Cheer, Flags, Song, Lyrical, Jazz, Hip Hop and Senior Dance categories. In 2011 and 2012, Choreo and Fusion won national senior dance championship titles. [10] [11] In 2013, Choreo and Fusion won national opera dance champions and the song won national champions in Pom. Temple City High School (also known as TCHS) is a four-year public high school in Temple City, California, in the San Gabriel Valley.

In 1973, the football team set the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section record with 46 wins for most consecutive wins. It was also part of the California High School State Football Record. [8] [9] The Temple City Unified School District was founded on July 1, 1954 and included Oak Avenue Intermediate School, a junior high school that was once part of the Pasadena Unified School District. Before 1956, after Oak Avenue, temple students from Temple City Public School attended Pasadena High School, but in 1956 they completed Grade 12 of the district on Oak Avenue. Temple City High`s first degree was a year later, when the Associated Student Body established the school`s green and gold colors and the Ram as the school mascot. Temple City High School holds its annual year-end ceremonies in the evening at the school`s Hitchcock-North Stadium and the grad night celebration will take place on campus after the ceremonies instead of holding them at a Southern California theme park. [3] In 2005, the Temple City High School Symphony Orchestra was invited to New York to participate in the Youth Symphony Orchestra competition at Carnegie Hall. They received the Gold Plaque Award for their performance. The girls` tennis-varsity team secured a CIF victory in 2016 and the boys` baseball team won the CIF championships in 2018. In 2013, the Pride of Temple City Marching Band and Pageantry Corps was again selected to participate in the 2015 Rose Parade. Kent Kramer, Steve Busick, Jimmy Conrad, Bryan Jordan, Ryan Tucker and Lee “Rocky” Biddle.

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