CHS Trojan News
Super Science Saturday is tomorrow from 10:00 to 3:00 in the cafeteria. It is being put on by our Robotics team. Bring your siblings and have fun playing with slime, shooting marshmallows, and other fun experiments!!
Traverse City Central High School is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Saunders has won the Congressional App Challenge (CAC) for the First District.
The Trojan wrestling team kicked off its season last night defeating the Kingsley Stags 56-12 and the Kalkaska Blazers 57-15. Winning matches for the Trojans were: Gabe Weaver, Ethan Ramsay, Carter Schmidt, Cole Hooper, Luke Linder, Amadeus Vasquez, Austin Bills, John Lalonde, Josh Glezman, Moswen Kirksey, Bill Crick, Kadin Crosley, and Jason Ochoa. The Trojans are back in action this Saturday at the Saginaw Swan Valley Team Tournament. Go Trojans! Building Champions!!
"STEP” up and make a play on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, as the Traverse City West Senior High School Titans take on the Traverse City Central High School Trojans at 7:00 p.m. at Howe Arena (1125 W Civic Center Dr.).
The Music Department’s SOCK DRIVE for Central students is still going on through December 10th! Please consider donating NEW men’s and women’s socks. Drop off sock donations in the wrapped boxes in the choir room or the band/orchestra area lobby. Thank you!!
Student Senate is collecting non-perishable goods for the food pantry for Can the Principal until Friday the 14th! Help us fill up Mrs. Houghton’s office! Last year we broke 9,000 cans. This year let’s break 10,000! You can drop off your cans at the main office.
The Traverse City Central High School Student Senate will hold their annual “Can the Principal” food and personal care items drive from December 3-14, 2018.
TCAPS is pleased to announce that it has received a $9,000 sponsorship donation from TBA Credit Union.
December 21st Holiday recess for students begins after the school day
Traverse City Area Public Schools is pleased to announce Traverse City Central High School and Traverse City West Senior High School students have qualified as finalists in the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition (MMPC).