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TMCC High School is a middle college high school for mature, motivated 10th -12th grade students interested in adding value to a high school diploma by simultaneously working toward a certificate of achievement or an associate degree!    
TMCC High School has two options for students ready for college now:
   *  courses at TMCC main campus on Dandini offer an academic focus in a college environment for degree-seeking sophomores, juniors and seniors.
   *  courses at Applied Technology Center on Edison offer a new Technical Pathway with an applied sciences focus in a college environment for certificate-seeking juniors and seniors.
General Information for Interested Students:
   * Minimum GPA 2.5, but higher is recommended
   * Must have good attendance and behavior
   * Cannot be credit deficient
   * Students take both high school and college classes
   * Head start into college with FREE college credits
   * Education Plan for a technical certificate or a degree upon high school graduation or within a year of graduating high school
   * Small class size and flexible schedule
   * College resources, labs, learning centers, tutors, and activities.  
   * Instruction from college instructors
   * Attend high school classes that offer project-based instruction with highly qualified instructors

To Apply:

   * Applications are being accepted for Technical Pathway for 2016-2017 spring semester.   
   * Interested students currently enrolled in grades 9 and 10 will find the application on our webpage 
   * Mail or bring your application to TMCC High School

Our Mission 

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. 

We believe:

 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.  



Contact Us

  • Office Hours
    8:00 -5:00 Monday - Thursday
    8:00-3:30 Friday
    Kelli Marchand 
    Counseling Secretary /Attendance
    Kati Swanson
    Jenny Goodfellow
    Administrative Assistant/Registrar
    775-674-7660 ext 1
    Melissa Olsen 
    Tomas Macaluso
    Assistant Principal
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