TMCC High School provides a rich educational experience through rigorous high school and dual-credit college courses, so our students will graduate college- and career-ready.
A community college provides an ideal environment for motivated students to complete high school in a mature setting with expectations for academic and civic growth. High expectations and support for student success, a challenging project-based curriculum, opportunities for choice in learning, and a variety of assessment strategies foster high levels of student achievement. Creative, critical and solution-oriented thinking results from a learning community that fosters high expectations for achievement, especially where the educators model and demonstrate expectations for higher-level thinking. The success of each student is positively influenced by a commitment to communication and collaboration among administration, staff, students, parents, the college and the community at large. The community college high school embraces a diverse learning community and provides a safe, accepting environment for students to pursue their academic goals.
We, as a learning community, are committed to college and career readiness for all our students.
The Washoe County School District is committed to providing
a safe and respectful learning and working environment for all students, staff, and visitors. The District prohibits bullying,
cyber-bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, and/or discrimination based on
an individual's actual or perceived race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, sexual
orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, veterans or
military status, marital status, disability or the presence of any sensory,
physical or mental handicap in any of its educational programs/activities and employment, or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The District prohibits discrimination against any youth group listed in Title 36, as a patriotic society, (i.e. Boy Scouts of America) from access to public school facilities use.
Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to the District's Civil Rights Compliance Director/Title IX Coordinator, via email, telephone (775-348-0300), 425 East 9th Street, Reno, Nevada 89512, or visit the District's anti-bullying website at www.wcsdbullying.com. Additional information regarding the District’s
complaint resolution processes can be found here. Complaints alleging discrimination can also be filed with the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.