About Tecumseh High School
Opening for the first time on August 26, 2001, Tecumseh High School is the newest building. The school’s design is based on a compact, clearly-organized floor plan that encourages student and faculty interaction, flexibility and future expansion options. A wide central corridor connects three two-story classroom modules to the support spaces that include the administrative and counseling offices, media center, cafetorium (seating capacity of 800), gymnasium (seating capacity of 2,000), fitness center, performing arts, applied technology, and art studios. The school covers approximately 212,000 square feet with an optimal capacity of 1,100 students.
Tecumseh High School is staffed by a core of experienced learning teachers working in concert with new educators. Over 70 percent of our teaching staff members currently hold a Master’s Degree with several more working toward their completion. Our learning teachers are dedicated to student success and are eager to implement new teaching and learning strategies that will support the curricular objectives of the Michigan Merit Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards.
Tecumseh High School distinguishes itself from other high schools through its curriculum expectations. You will find high standards and benchmarks, required courses and graduation requirements, grading and reporting guidelines and procedures, opportunities for extracurricular activities, and teaching and learning strategies. Staff members in our school collaborate to provide a quality education with common expectations for all students.
Tecumseh High School
760 Brown St., Tecumseh, MI 49286