TCHS Rampage

Temple City High School


 
 

 
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Hsu emerges from cocoon, spreads wings

Posted June 8, 2017 by Joy Hsu

I was always the kid who wore those dorky glasses that turned dark in the sun. I had more books than friends, and I ran a 15 minute mile. Looking back at my middle school self, I cringe at that poor child who stood in the middle of the dodgeball court and got pummeled with […]

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Candid with Candace: Season Finale

Posted June 8, 2017 by Candace Tan

Instead of being one of those kids who has taken the entire TCHS course curriculum and participated in ten Common App-worthy activities, I’ve gained meaningful experiences in high school simply by binge watching TV shows. As much as I’ve fantasized about being on the television screen, I’ve done just fine having my life imitate art. […]

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Opinion

Participation in the grading system

Posted April 20, 2017 by Kimberly Calderon

Participation can be a heart stopper, nerve jumper and an absolute bone crusher for some. A teacher’s grading on participation may be either your best friend or your worst nightmare. For this reason, it may have students like you questioning its necessity. As of now, the school does not require teachers to grade participation and […]

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