Welcome to Tecumseh High School!
Tecumseh High School’s rigorous academics and unique programs prepare graduates for lifelong learning.
Dynamic changes in almost all aspects of life in the 21st century have redefined what learners need to know, be able to do, and "be like" in order to be successful as adults. It is our vision that learners will be empowered and inspired for life and prepared with the skills necessary for the world they will encounter once they leave TPS.
Learners have the opportunity to explore every facet of their education, through a variety of pathways to learning, including our JC Middle College Branch, Tecumseh Virtual Academy, Advanced Placement courses, LISD TECH CEnter, SMCSI Mechatronics program, and dual enrollment. Additionally, learners have the opportunity to participate in our nationally recognized arts offerings through various bands, orchestras, choirs, and fine arts programs.
Please take a moment and click through our site to learn all THS has to offer. Feel free to reach out to our building principals for more information.
We are quickly approaching the start of a new school year, and have some important dates to share. Please check here for information about upcoming back to school events.
A THS freshman will work with a local business owner to restore the Chief Tecumseh statue from Compass Early Learning Center. The base of the statue experienced significant decay, causing the statue to topple in early July. Upon completion, it will be returned to the main entrance of Compass Learning Center.
Summer is a busy time in our schools. Several maintenance and improvement projects are underway, including two significant projects at Compass Learning Center.
The City of Tecumseh is holding its third annual Fill-A-Bus-ter school supplies drive through August 16th.
When the doors of the two U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft opened on August 1 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, the precious cargo inside gave Americans throughout the world a sense of reverence and patriotism.
Letter to the Editor as published in the Tecumseh Herald on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
'Tecumseh Cheerleaders extend thank you for bottle drive support'
Letter to the Editor as published by the Tecumseh Herald on Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018.
'A heartfelt thank you'
While many learners are still enjoying summer vacation, the Shooting Stars Marching Band is hard at work preparing for the 2018 marching season. Band Camp opened Monday, June 30 and 75 musicians reported to school for a five-day intensive training experience.
Tecumseh Public Schools has partnered with the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) to serve as a Meet Up and Eat Up location to help ensure that children have access to nutritious meals over summer break.