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NOW ENROLLING FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR...Preparing Students for a Better Future...NOW ENROLLING FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
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Supply Lists Now Available

Supply Lists are now available for your convenience. We also have an online option. To make sure that the boxes are delivered before the start of school, parents need to order by July 25th.Even though the flyers say that the sale starts in July, the boxes are now available and parents can order them today.
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TLCA High School named one of the Best High Schools in the Nation

San Angelo, TX - The U.S. News and World Report has issued its list of the Best Performing High Schools in the United States for 2017.Texas Leadership Charter Academy High School is among 10 Concho Valley Schools that earned this national ranking and received a bronze medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-academic tests and how well they prepare students for college.
We want to congratulate and recognize our High School teachers and staff on receiving this national award. We were able to achieve this as result of the dedication and passion our teachers have for our students and their education. According to the U.S. News and World Report, Bronze medals were awarded to only 16.8 percent of all high schools in America.
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TLCA Students Continue Giving Back

TLCA students continue to give back to our community. During the month of April, all TLCA campuses raised money for Relay for Life. A combine total of $1,330.49 was raise in one day. The funds were donated to the American Cancer Society in honor of cancer survivors within our TLCA family to include Debra Jackson, Debra Ledbetter, Marilyn Hudman, and Erica Landers.
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Congratulations to the TLCA HS Speech and Debate

The TLCA HS Speech and Debate team took home the district championship at the District meet today.
The following students are advancing to regionals:
Jasmine Smith- 1st poetry, 1st extemp
Kate Moore- 1st prose
Khyleigh Coffey- 2nd extemp
Victoria Morales- 3rd prose
Keelyn Wheeler- 3rd extemp
Caitlyn Nguyen- 4th poetry (alternate), 4th extemp (alternate)
Congratulations! We are proud of our Eagles!
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Open Enrollment for all NEW students to TLCA begins April 3rd

Applications for the 2017-2018 school year will be available online beginning April 3, 2017. Paper applications will not be used this year. Online applications can be completed on any computer, tablet, or smartphone with an internet connection. If you do not have access to the internet, you may come in to any TLCA campus and complete an online application with the Campus Registrar.
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Congratulations to the TLCA Science Olympiad Team

Before spring break a group of our students competed in TLCA's first Science Olympiad regional tournament, we have received the official results. While we didn't contest enough events to compete for a spot at state, we did have some fantastic successes in the events we did enter, particularly for a new team. We wanted to share some highlights from our results and ask you to join me in congratulating these students on their achievements.
Ecology - 2nd place
Melissa Duffer & Harmony Russell

Optics - 1st place
Amy Dewall & Parker Miller

Write It / Do It (a technical writing competition) - 4th place
Chloe Abercrombie & Melissa Duffer

Picture This (a science vocabulary event) - 4th place
Anissa Mason & Kaitlyn Neely
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TLCA Commencement Ceremony

Parents, Seniors, Staff and Community Members,
As TLCA has continued to grow in class size each year, the facility where we hold graduation has to be adjusted to accommodate everyone’s family and friends to celebrate this very special accomplishment and milestone in your child’s life. TLCA administration has decided that the best way to accommodate family and friends is to have the main ceremony in our multi-purpose gymnasium allowing us to utilize the stage and create a wonderful experience for our seniors to be recognized and for their immediate families and close friends to share in this part of their life. Unfortunately, the space requires us to limit the number of individuals in the main auditorium, therefore we are having to begin using a ticket system for the main auditorium until a new venue is acquired.
Each graduating senior will have the opportunity to invite 14 people, via a ticket system, for the main auditorium. Each ticket reserves one chair for the ticket holder. Children will need a ticket, unless the child can comfortably sit in your lap. Seniors who do not need 14 tickets may return their extra tickets that will be placed in a pool where other seniors can request additional tickets until all tickets have been distributed.
Because of this new ticket system and due to the limit of space available in the main auditorium, a second location, the competition gym (which is right next to the main auditorium) will be set up as an overflow. The competition gym/overflow area will have a huge screen with sound set-up for a live feed from the main auditorium. This will allow any other guests to still be a part of the ceremony and this event.
We understand the importance of this major accomplishment for your son and/or daughter and we want everyone to have a wonderful and special experience. We had 50 seniors last year and plan to graduate 67 seniors this year. We realize this is a new concept, but believe it is necessary so every family has equal opportunity to participate.
I hope you understand and can provide us the opportunity to still make this a very special occasion and experience for our graduating class of 2017.

Eric LeJeune
School Director of San Angelo
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2017 San Angelo Gives Campaign!!!

Texas Leadership Charter Academy (TLCA) is honored to participate in the 2017 San Angelo Gives benefiting local non-profit organizations. On May 2, 2017, a one day 24 hour event will be held in which the San Angelo Area Foundation will amplify any donations made to TLCA. Donations can be contributed by clicking on the image above.
TLCA is a non-profit, tuition-free public charter school whose focus is to provide a great education that empowers students to develop characteristics which promote positive leadership as a way of life. We receive no local tax dollars, thus being able to share in the communities’ generosity through San Angelo Gives allows us to provide additional opportunities, programs and facilities.
Please log on May 2nd and give generously! Any size gift will be of great benefit.
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TLCA Board of Directors approve 2017-2018 School Calendar

TLCA Students will be reporting for school August 14, as Texas Leadership Charter Academy’s Board of Directors approved the 2017-2018 School Calendar.
In developing the calendar, students' time will be calculated in minutes, and teachers are still under a ten-month contract of 187 calendar days.
School districts and charter schools are required to operate for a minimum of 75,600 minutes, including intermissions and recess, according to state mandates.
Highlights from the new calendar include: first day of instruction will be August 14; Students and Staff will have the week of Thanksgiving off November 20-24; Christmas break will be December 22 – January 5 with students returning January 9; last day of class is May 18; spring break will remain aligned with Districts in respective cities, March 12-16 and graduation is set for May 18.
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TLCA High School UIL Competition

Friday, Feb. 10, TLCA High School competed at a UIL Academic Tournament hosted by Sonora High School. The following students deserve congratulations for placing at the tournament:
Jasmine Smith: 1st- Persuasive Speaking, 3rd- Poetry Reading; Caitlyn Nguyen: 3rd- Persuasive Speaking, 5th- Poetry Reading; Sadie Reyes: 2nd- Informative Speaking;
Khyleigh Coffey: 3rd- Informative Speaking;
Matthew Montag: 3rd- News Writing;
Kate Moore: 2nd- Prose Reading
Chloe Abercrombie: 5th- Literary Criticism;
TLCA- 3rd- Literary Criticism Team
TLCA took home a total of 7 medals and received the award for 1st Place Speech Team
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