Tecumseh High School
9830 W. National Rd.
New Carlisle, Ohio 45344
Phone: 937-845-4500 Fax: 937-845-4547
Principal: Aaron Oakes 937-845-4500
Assistant Principal: Mike Foster
Secretary: Michele Lucas
Secretary: Carol Fiorita
Attendance Secretary: Kary Burlile
Grades served - 9-12
Student enrollment - 1075
- 83% White, Non-Hispanic
- 12% Hispanic/Latino
- 4% Multi-racial
- 1% African-American
Faculty - 60
Percentage of courses taught by teachers with appropriate certification - 100%
Class of 2018 received a one year total of $800,000 in scholarships and a four-year total of $3 million
Tecumseh High School is a public high school near New Carlisle, Ohio. The school and district are named in honor of Tecumseh, a chief of the Shawnee people who lived in the general area between approximately 1768-1813. Tecumseh Local Schools is one of six public school districts located in Clark County.
Tecumseh High School has a long standing tradition of academic excellence. Our students leave THS prepared for their post-secondary pursuits. Whether they plan to pursue a four-year university, a two-year community college, the military, or the workforce THS prides itself on knowing that our students are ready for their next challenge.
Finally, the Arrow Nation, as we like to call it, is a group of students, parents, staff, alumni, and community members who are proud to be a aprt of the Tecumseh Local Schools family and weare the "Circle T" with pride.
Tecumseh High School students can participate in AP, Honors, and Advanced Courses in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. In addition, THS has College Credit Plus Partnerships with Sinclair Community College, Clark State, Urbana, and the University of Cincinnati.
CO-CURRICULAR AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
- MARCHING BAND
- PEP BAND
- 23 VARSITY SPORTS TEAMS
- 60% OF THS ATHLETES RECOGNIZED AS SCHOLAR ATHLETES
Tecumseh High School Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide diverse educational opportunities for all students. We, in partnership with the community, strive to provide a safe challenging learning environment to develop responsible lifelong learners in our ever-changing technological society.