The very first student has recorded in the new studios! Be sure to catch him on 91.5! Thanks for coming in, David! Can’t wait to see you next month!
2 months ago, Technology
radio studio
Promise Scholarship and needs-based Higher Education Grant Updates: To help students qualify for the merit-based Promise Scholarship and needs-based Higher Education Grant amid residual concerns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, our board met today and approved the following temporary changes For students in the high school graduating class of 2021: The standardized testing deadline to qualify for the Promise Scholarship has been extended from August 2021 to October 2021. Colleges and universities statewide are continuing to offer free ACT On-Campus exams; dates and times are posted at wvhepc.edu/act-on-campus-exams/. For students in the high school graduating classes of 2021 and 2022: These students will now qualify for super-scoring to achieve the minimum standardized testing scores necessary to qualify for the Promise Scholarship. This allows students to take their top scores from sub-sections of different ACT or SAT tests they’ve taken and combine them for a higher overall score. For students in the high school graduating class of 2021 receiving the Promise Scholarship for the first time in 2021-22, the test score requirements have been lowered as follows: ACT composite score – 21 (regularly 22); ACT English score – 19 (regularly 20); ACT Reading score – 19 (regularly 20); ACT Science score – 19 (regularly 20); ACT Math score – 19 (regularly 20). SAT composite score – 1080 (regularly 1100); SAT Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing score – 510 (regularly 530); SAT Math score – 510 (regularly 520). For students who received either the Higher Education Grant or the Promise Scholarship for 2020-21 and are renewing it for the 2021-22 award year: The grade point average required for renewal is waived for this upcoming award year only. Additional information about the Promise Scholarship and Higher Education Grant are available at https://secure.cfwv.com/.../Scholarships/Scholarships.aspx. The FAFSA – which is the first step to unlocking these and more funds for college – is available through the U.S. Department of Education at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa. See the press release on these changes at: https://www.wvhepc.edu/news/higher-education-policy-commission-honors-outgoing-chair-approves-temporary-changes-for-promise-scholarship-and-higher-education-grant/
3 months ago, Technology
Promise
The 2021 TCHS Prom Court has been announced. Junior Court- Jordyn Potoczny, Shauna Riggs, Aleah Fletcher, Romana Rice Senior Queen Candidates- Haley Cremona, Regan Smith, Maddie Ice, Lindsay Thompson, Gracie Shepherd Senior King Candidates - Hadyn Brown, Jackson Kibbey, Trey Landis, Spencer Corley, Seth Moore TCHS Prom 2021 will take place on Saturday, May 1st.
5 months ago, TCS InfoDesk
PROM2021
Check out the live stream from the Tyler Consolidated High School gymnasium today! Boys Basketball at 1pm & Wrestling at 4pm https://www.tylerconsolidatedhighschool.org/stream
6 months ago, Tyler County Schools
Check it out... https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/users/sign_up Free to watch all regular season home events!
6 months ago, Tyler County Schools
flyer for sports live streams
Good morning! We hope you are bundled up to enjoy the snow!
7 months ago, Tyler County Schools
A snowman.