- Nov. 24th - 28th - Thanksgiving Break / NO SCHOOL
- Dec. 5th - Interim Reports go home
- Dec. 19th - Last day before Winter Break
- Jan. 5th - Students and Teachers Return
- Jan. 15th - End of 2nd 9weeks / 1st Semester
- Jan. 16th - Teacher Work Day / NO SCHOOL
- Jan. 19th - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day / NO SCHOOL
Financial Aid Night
Tenoroc will be hosting a financial aid night on January 8th at 6pm. Stephanie Rosh, Outreach representative for the Florida Department of Education, and Laquieria Nottage, Polk County Secondary Guidance Specialist will be presenting on many topics regarding financial aid. If you need money for college be sure to attend this event. Click here to see the flyer about the Financial Aide Night
Title 1 Newsletter
Click here to see a copy of the Title 1 Titan Times newsletter for November.
Tenoroc High School is a "C"
The School Grades for the 2012 - 2013 school year have been released, and Tenoroc High school earned the grade of "C". Tenoroc has been rated a "D" school since opening, but with the hard work of the staff and students we have raised that score to a "C". The High School Grades for 2013 - 2014 school year are still pending, and should be released around semester change.
Bring Your Own Device
Click the image above to get more information about the BYOD Policy.
Tenoroc High School is a state-of-the-art facility, which was designed as a prototype for new high schools, incorporating the most recent technology for both administrative and instructional purposes with an emphasis on math, science, and technology. This well-designed campus is set on a beautifully landscaped 140 acre site in central Polk County.
Emphasis is also placed on school-to-work opportunities, including well-equipped classrooms that prepare students in areas such as graphics; web design; television production; culinary arts; business technology education; electrical engineering; sports medicine; law studies; JROTC; and Agri-science education. Fine Arts students thrive in programs related to the visual and performing arts.
The Mission of Tenoroc High School is to provide each student with a diverse education that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning.
Tenoroc High School, in collaboration with parents and community partnerships, will strive to challenge and enrich students’ lives by providing equitable access to a rigorous, high quality education. This education will assist students in attaining post-secondary success in the areas of education, occupation, and holistic well-being.