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The ISSMA Jazz Contest will be held March 6th -7th @ THS. See Mr. Murphy for more information.
The THSouth Band will hold their annual Spring Concert on March 24th @7:00 pm. This event is free and the public is welcome to attend.
The Riley Dance Marathon will take place on Friday March 20 @6-10pm. All proceeds go to Riley Children's Hospital. Follow the link to donate to this worthy cause. donate.rileykids.org/thsdm2015
Bowl for Kids' Sake
Big Brother Big Sister is hosting Bowl for Kids' Sake Thursday March 5th and we need you! Any student, staff, faculty member, and/or parent from Terre Haute South can form a bowling team and bowl to support Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Last year Terre Haute South had nine teams and was recognized as the top leading school for raising over six hundred dollars. Help us keep that title! Mrs. Foust has the team forms in Room 309, so stop by and get yours today.
Congratulations to Anthea Weng, Tingyue (Rita) Cui, Sabin Karki, and Amit Chakrabarti who were selected to present their science research at the 2015 Indiana Junior Science and Humanities Symposium to be held at St. Mary of the Woods College in Terre Haute, Indiana on March 6, 2015. They are among the top twenty high school science researchers in the State of Indiana.
All four will be competing to be part of the Indiana Delegation to the 2015 National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Hunt Valley, Maryland, April 29 - May 2.
All four are sponsored by Mrs. Melanie Huber, Science Department Chairperson and AP Chemistry teacher.
Science Research Presenters
The THS choir had wonderful performances this past weekend. There were 37 different entries, and 31 of those entries received Gold recognition and 6 received Silver recognition. Great job! We look forward to their concert performance on Tuesday, 2/24, at 7:00 PM.
Congratulations Mr. Ellison and all of the students who worked so diligently to achieve at such a high level!
Evan More Winter Guard News!
Congratulations to the Winter Guard (Again Again)!
On Friday the THS Varsity Winter Guard traveled to Indianapolis to compete in the Winter Guard International Regional Competition at Warren Central. This 2-day event is highly competitive and the Varsity guard competed against 23 schools from 4 states in their class.
Saturday's score qualified them for finals, and on Sunday the guard finished strong in 3rd place! This is exceptional considering this is their second year competing on the national level. This contest was also their qualifier for the WGI World Championships held in Dayton Ohio in April, where they will compete against over 100 groups in their class.
Both the JV and Varsity guards will compete at Northview high school this coming weekend, JV performing at 11:40 am and Varsity at 5:42 pm.
Congratulations to Mrs. Nicole Murphy and the Varsity guard for their excellence in performance and good luck to both groups this weekend!
Poetry Club Out on the Town!
The Braves Poetry Club under the direction of Mrs. Jamie Luna-Schatz read original and classic poems to celebrate Valentine's Day at Tator & Joe's (formally the Coffee Grounds at 423 Wabash Ave) Thursday evening, Feb. 12, 2015. The event was well attended and enjoyed by all!
Congratulations to the Terre Haute South Indoor Percussion! They were 4th Place out of 8 groups in their class at their first competition this past weekend at Owen Valley High School. Their show is called "Mechanize" and features all sorts of electronic samples from real machinery in motion...77 different samples, to be exact! Great job this weekend and we look forward to more great shows from this up and coming group!
Congratulations go to South seniors Michael Crowell and Bradley Rowe who have been selected as candidates for US Presidential Scholars Program.
The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by executive order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors. In 1979, the program was extended to recognize students who demonstrate exceptional talent in the visual, creative and performing arts. Each year, up to 141 students are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the nation's highest honors for high school students. Application for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program is by invitation only. This is an amazing honor!
4th Annual "Rush the Punter"
4th Annual "Rush the Punter"