Congratulations, Kayla Smith!

TSA sophomore, Kayla Smith, has qualified for the state competition in Speech and Debate!  Since TSA does not have a speech and debate team this year, Kayla competes with her home district, Sylvania, on the Sylvania Southview team. Kayla Smith is competing in Informative, where students may write their own content. She placed first in the…

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Congratulations, Skyelar!

Each school year, BCSN honors 8 students in the Buckeye Broadband viewing area with the BCSN Scholar Spotlight, October – April. In April, each Scholar Spotlight receives a one-time scholarship of $1,000 (Scholar of the Year not included) and the selected Scholar of the Year receives a $10,000 scholarship ($2,500 per year, renewable for four…

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Clean Your Streams!

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 trekking through the waters of the Maumee River and filling…

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TSA String Students find success at Blue Lake Arts Camp

Five of TSA’s String Orchestra students earned auditioned seats in the orchestras at the 2018 Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan’s Manistee National Forest.  CJ Lyphout (Viola) was named to the Blue Lake International Youth Symphony Orchestra, touring France, Germany, and Luxemborg during the summer tour. Lyla Damas (Viola) earned a seat in the Masterworks Orchestra, continuing the TSA streak…

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UNDISCLOSED Gathers the Arts Community

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 with 12” x 12” art pieces created by 134…

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