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This weekend, TSA’s National Honor Society participated in “Clean Your Streams”! Clean Your Streams is a program where local groups get the opportunity to make a real, positive impact on the environment by removing miscellaneous trash from local bodies of water. NHS spent their weekend...

Toledo School for the Arts held its sixth annual UNDISCLOSED event on June 21 with food and beverages by Cynthia’s Catering.  Music by alumnus Kaiden Chase ‘16 and Big C of Distant Cousinz illuminated the TSA Sculpture Garden. The TSA’s Martin D. Porter Gallery was filled...

GreatSchools celebrates high schools that prepare students for college  Education information nonprofit GreatSchools has awarded Toledo School for the Arts with a 2018 College Success Award in its first report recognizing schools in nine states for commitment to college preparation. GreatSchools pinpointed exceptional high schools based...

On Thursday, May 10, 2018, Toledo Community Foundation and Buckeye Broadband/BCSN announced this year’s Teacher of the Year. Out of 8 nominees Allison Reynolds Gogel, History teacher at Toledo School for the Arts, was chosen by a committee of community leaders and educators as the BCSN Teacher of the Year.

Allison Reynolds Gogel has been teaching social studies at Toledo School for the Arts for nine years. At TSA, faculty members creatively supplement their instruction by integrating the Arts into their lesson planning. Ms. Gogel was recognized for working with her teaching colleagues in different arts and academic disciplines to create a more integrated approach to learning; a great example of how both academic and artistic excellence can co-exist.​

The Links, Incorporated has partnered with Toledo School for the Arts to host their area poster contest to choose a student work for submission in the National Poster Art Competition.

Beginning in 1995, The Links, Incorporated’s National Walk-A-Thon has been hosting the National Poster Art Competition in an effort to spread awareness of health related issues. This year’s theme is Our Vision, Our Future: Healthy and Happy Communities promoting healthy and happy communities, this may include but is not limited to, healthy and clean environments, a bully-free world or an inclusive and diverse society.

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