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The La Marque Legacy Hall is an extensive area located at La Marque High School that is dedicated to the La Marque school district's history so that it can live on. While not inclusive of every accomplishment achieved by La Marque students and staff, information, awards and memorabilia are on display for all to see as a sampling of Tiger/Eagle/Cougar pride. While the La Marque schools are now a part of Texas City ISD, nothing will ever take away the history established in La Marque ISD.
Throughout its history, La Marque ISD was a leader and model for other school districts in a variety of areas. La Marque alumni have become leaders in their communities, the state and the nation. The district has produced a US Senator, countless doctors, educators, civil servants, police officers, honorable soldiers and even a Super Bowl winning pro football champion. Many of those success stories are evident in the Legacy Hall.
During the ceremony, TCISD Director of Communications Melissa Tortorici said, "La Marque is more than just a word. It is simply who La Marque alumni and students are. I know this. I'm a proud 1989 La Marque High School graduate. The Legacy Hall will be a permanent fixture of honor forever and always at La Marque High School. It is our hope that this display can grow as memorabilia is shared."
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Two Texas City High School seniors will be continuing their softball play in college next year.

Samantha Martinez signed with San Jacinto College on a full scholarship. She plays shortstop for TCHS but will be playing third base at San Jac.

Madison Chittenden signed with Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She plays center field.

Good luck to both players with the Lady Stings this year and with your softball career in the future!

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Ready Set Teach student competed at their Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) competition at Needville High School on November 28.

There were 25 other schools and 300 students competing in 30 categories. Texas City High School has 16 students that placed high enough to qualify to compete at State in February.
TCHS also got voted in to be a Region Vice President officer school.
Below is the list of students and their projects that advanced to State:Aubrey Fleener and Melanie Araujo, Elementary Teacher Created Materials;Rhett Callero and Arely Rabago, Elementary Teacher Created Materials; Anabel Ruiz and Kelsey Thomas, Bulletin Board; Ruby Arnold and Hannah O'Donnell, Appreciation Project Visualize; Ruby Arnold and Stephanie Valdez, Middle School Teacher Created Material; Lauryn Bellow and Melanie Araujo, Fundraising Project Visualize; Rhett Caballero and Cody Gilbert, Service Project Visualize; Audrianna Slowey, High School Teacher Created Materials; Kenneth Knight, Stormie Gutierrez, Samantha Rabago and Jacsiri Altamirano, Inside Our Schools; and Lauryn Bellow, Cody Gilbert and Ruby Arnold, ELF Test.
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The United Way campaign has kicked off in TCISD during this season of giving. Staff across the district are making donations to support families in our local community. Texas City High School students are doing their part through their school United Way club. Click here for a message from our United Way club students.

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Jakob Lucas, a senior at Texas City High School, has qualified for State in UIL Student Congress 5A! This is the first time Texas City will have a competitor go to State in this event.

Congratulations to Jakob and Speech & Debate teacher Victoria Graves.

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WorldStrides OnStage has invited the marching band from Texas City High School to perform at the Alamo Bowl. They will join marching bands from across the country in the halftime show finale of this major college bowl game. An invitation to perform at the Alamo Bowl is an honor reserved only for the most talented student performers from across the nation.

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