Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Caps & Gowns will be sold on Wed., May 9th from 2:00- 5:30 in the Community Center.
*Students must return textbooks they owe, or pay a replacement fee, in order to buy caps and gowns.*
The cost is $16, to be paid that day. Cash only will be accepted.
Click the link below to see the informational flyer.
SENIOR'S END-OF-YEAR ACTIVITIES:
Click below to see the list of important end-of-year dates and events for Class of 2018!
Please remember- GRADUATION REHEARSAL is MANDATORY!
Friday, June 1st at 9:00 a.m. at Parker Gym/ THS Field House
Upcoming Community Event:
Taunton Community Forum on Opioids, sponsored by the Taunton Opiate and Substance Use Task Force (TOTF), will be Monday, April 30, 2018, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Friedman Middle School, 500 Norton Avenue, Taunton, MA.
Click the link below to read the event flyer:
Several scholarship applications are available in Guidance Office. See Mr. Brennan with any questions about them.
Reminder to All Students:
There are opportunities to make up work due to absences:
Upcoming College-related Info.:
Click below to see our current TAHS Newsletter:
Are you interested in taking the SAT?
Then, please see Mr. Brennan!
SAT Registration deadlines for this academic year:
Test Date: Registration Deadline:
JUN. 2nd MAY 4th [Late Reg. by MAY 18th]
If you are in the first generation of your family to go to college, see Mr. Brennan about possibly applying to
UMASS Dartmouth's "College NOW/ START" program.
This program offers individualized attention from counselors and provides a strong support network for students .
TAHS students and staff would like to thank the Polar Bottle company for their generous donation of 100 reusable water bottles for the students in our program. Thank you!
Taunton Alternative High School
120 Cohannet Street
Mr. Robert Delaney, Principal
The Taunton Public Schools teaches our students the values and skills necessary to succeed in a diverse and ever-changing global society. We strive to create an atmosphere of high expectations and joyful learning, where students are encouraged to work together, take academic risks, think critically, and pursue successful careers and higher education. We give our students the knowledge and experiences they need to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.
TAHS was established in 2013 to serve students in grades 10-12 who have had difficulty succeeding in a traditional high school setting. We offer a safe, supportive atmosphere and personalized instruction. Interested students and parents are encouraged to contact us to discuss if TAHS may be right for you.