In recognition of our need to prepare students to be productive members of a rapidly – changing, diverse world, it is the mission of every person at Texas City High School to EXCEL-
- Educate all students
- EXpect success, self-respect and school pride
- Create a safe and civil school
- Ensure high standards
- Lead today for tomorrow.
The Texas City High School Administration is proud to serve the community of Texas City. With over 120 years of combined experience, our administrators are passionate about students achieving success in school. Each of our administrators have dedicated their careers to helping students accomplish their goals by setting high standards and expectations.
Holly LaRoe, who is completing her 26th year in education in Texas City ISD, is currently the principal at Texas City High School. This will be her fifth year as principal of Texas City High School. She served three years as the Levi Fry Intermediate School Principal. Prior to that, she was the assistant principal at Levi Fry for two years, the special education facilitator at Blocker Middle School for seven years, and a special education teacher at Blocker for seven years. In these years, she has received the district Special Educator of the Year (1998), Elementary Administrator (2012) and Secondary Administrator of the Year (2015). Most recently, she received a scholarship from Raise Your Hand Texas, to attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s National Institute on Urban School Leadership in 2016. Under her leadership, the Gaston Opportunity Honor Roll recognized Texas City High School in 2015 for expanding opportunity and access to minorities in Advanced Curriculum Courses with the College Board.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston and Master of Science in Educational Management from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. After serving a year with the Region IV Aspiring Superintendent Academy, LaRoe achieved her superintendent credentials. Currently, she is attending the University of Houston-Clear Lake to pursue a doctorate in superintendent leadership.
As a principal, she encourages the staff to sponsor clubs, programs, and activities to engage and inspire students on campus. Principal La Roe spends time on campus with students serving as the first club sponsor for the TCHS Student United Way Club on campus. The TCHS SUW club started in 2014 promoting campus wide community service projects. Principal La Roe continues to sponsor the TCHS SUW each year.
Along with serving the district, she is an active community member, who has participated in Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce Leadership Mainland Program in 2012. Since 2013, Ms. La Roe serves the community as a Rotarian, with two years as a Rotary Board Member. Her greatest passion is to serve the needs of families who are less fortunate in her community. Ms. La Roe is planning to establish an onsite facility to support basic hygiene needs, laundry facilities, and internet access for students in need. She believes efforts like these will level the playing field for all students on campus.
Our school divides students alphabetically (by surname) and assigns them to an assistant principal. Each student reports to their assigned assistant principal when they have questions or concerns. The assistant principals also handle discipline with the students.
Please contact your child's assigned principal if you ever have a concern that they can help you with. Their contact information can be found in the tabs below.
My goal is to help teachers reach their maximum potential as an educator. I do this by providing support in the areas of planning, classroom management and needed resources. As an administrator my door is always open to help you make our students successful in your area of academics and extra-curricular activities. I want you to be successful because it makes me successful.
My goal is to prepare students to become productive community members. I do this by being a role model first. I try to instill in our students the need to be to class on time, prepared and ready to learn. I work with student to overcome adversity in their personal lives and focus on education. I work with students to set goals for post-secondary education or the work force. Successful students ensure a world with a future.
I graduated from Weimar High School located in Weimar, Texas. I attended Southwest Texas State University where I received a B.S.in Agriculture Management and Production with a teaching certificate. I was then hired by TCISD to teach Agriculture and Biology classes at Texas City High School. After one year with the district I taught a full schedule of Agriculture classes. I also supervised the Texas City FFA Chapter. I attended the University of Houston-Clear Lake and received my M.S. in Educational Management. After 15 years in the classroom I became an Assistant Principal at Blocker Middle School. I worked with the 7th grade for 6 years and then transferred to the High School campus as an Assistant Principal in 2013.
My goal is to help maximize teacher effectiveness through the use of time, collaborative planning, providing resources and the opportunity to reflect. As an administrator, we want instructional strategies that will work in the classroom which will inspire and motivate student engagement and learning. An atmosphere of cooperation and support will be provided.
My goal is to make sure students are prepared for the next step. This will begin with students coming to school daily, to be on time for class, and follow the campus and classroom expectations.
In addition, students must begin planning for post high school. We want all of our students be successful and graduate from high school as well as be on a path toward being an independent person. We are here to help you with this endeavor.
I graduated from Brenham High School, attended Blinn Junior College and received an associate degree and transferred to Sam Houston State University where I received my BAT in Government, Physical Education and an endorsement in Drivers Education. I completed my master program at Prairie View A & M University as well as certification in Mid-Management and Superintendent.
My professional career includes teacher, coach, assistant principal, summer school principal, principal and director.
At Texas City High School, our administrative assistants are an intricate part of our success. They are the face for each grade-level office and they know all of our students by name. We are so grateful to have an amazing team!
School Secretary to Principal Holly LaRoe
Secretary to 9th Grade Principal Lincoln Hypolite
Secretary to 10th Grade Principal Matt Cooper Sylvia Zaro
Secretary to 11th & 12th Grade Principals Earl Hall and Randy Baker