Temple City High School
(also known as TCHS
) is a four-year public high school
located in Temple City, California
, in the West San Gabriel Valley
The Temple City Unified School District
was established on July 1, 1954 and incorporated Oak Avenue Intermediate School
, a junior high school formerly part of the Pasadena Unified School District. Before 1956, Temple City public school students would attend Pasadena High School
after Oak Avenue, but in 1956 the first 12th grade class in the district graduated at Oak Avenue. The first graduation from Temple City High was a year later, when the Associated Student Body
established the green and gold school colors and the Ram
as the school mascot.
The alma mater
of Temple City High:
- Temple City, we love thee
- Now and for all times to be
- And we have pledged our loyalty
- To thee, to thee.
- Hail our colors green and gold
- Standing for our dreams untold
- As we will strive to reach our goal
- For thee, for thee,
- Hail Temple City. All Hail!
Academic programs at Temple City High include biology
, mathematics up to Calculus
BC, and language courses such as French
and English Language Development
, a program focused on moving students from Limited English Proficiency to Redesignated Fluent English Proficiency.
Temple City High also offers 17 Advanced Placement
. These AP classes are Biology, Microeconomics, World History, Art History,... Read More