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Profit Share at Monkey Wrench

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Come out to Monkey Wrench on April 25th from 5pm until 7:30pm and enjoy jazz played by members of the TRHS Band program. A portion of the proceeds from the night will go to the Bands of TRHS.

Final Blood Drive April 26th

The final blood drive of the year will take place on Friday, April 26th in the library. Donors must be 17 and weigh at least 110 lbs. 16 year olds may donate with a signed parent waiver. See Mrs. McCarrell for the 16 year old waiver or if you have any questions. Please complete the link below to register for a time slot.

Sign Up for the Blood Drive Here

Any Seniors with Perfect Attendance?

Attention Seniors!! If you feel you have had 12 years of perfect attendance, please see Mrs. Elledge in the attendance office as soon as possible!! Thank you!

Cheerleading Tryout Information

TRHS Cheerleading will be having tryouts for the 2019-2020 season open to rising 7th-12 graders on April 22-26. Please email for more info.

Damaged Chromebook?

If you have a broken or damaged Chromebook bring it to in media center immediately. See Ms. Gordon with any questions.

Scholarship Information for Seniors

Seniors should regularly check the Scholarship Update posted on the Counseling Department webpage and linked below. New scholarship opportunities are added throughout the year. Contact your counselor for more information.

Scholarship Update

Spring EOC Dates

The spring End of Course Tests will be given on the following dates. More information will be provided as we get closer to these dates.

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Blue and Gold IconAlso check out the student-produced newspaper, The Blue and Gold online edition. . It includes the latest news, sports, reviews, opinions, and photo galleries produced by the newspaper staff. You can also download the app on Google Play Store or the App Store. Search for theblueandgold.

Yearbook IconFor everything you need to know about our yearbook, go to The Traveler website. You can find out how to order, take a peek behind the scenes, and much more. Check it out today!

Additional links to resources:

School Insurance Flyer (PDF file)

School Insurance Flyer (Spanish)

Devildog News

Spirit Week Ends; Spring Break Begins

(4/12/2019 / TRHS Webmaster)

Student Council Spirit Week Check

Spirit Week 2019 resulted in the second highest total ever raised and the highest in ten years with a total of $35,730.31 raised. Kipra Anderson, founder and Executive Director of Let There Be Mom spoke to the student body at the pep rally held to announce the total. Let There Be Mom was this year's Spirit Week charity and works to preserve the legacies of moms and dads with life-threatening illnesses.

As the week comes to a close Spring Break has arrived. Classes will resume on Monday, April 22nd.

Spirit Week 2019 Day 5 Photo Gallery

Student Council Wins National Award

(4/9/2019 / Press Release (Photo from First Day Skits))

Student Council

Travelers Rest, SC (April 9, 2019) For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community, the Travelers Rest High School student council has been recognized as a 2019 National Gold Council of Excellence by the National of Student Council (NatStuCo). Travelers Rest High School has received this award for eleven years in a row.

"Receiving a National Gold Council of Excellence Award reflects the highest dedication on the part of the school to providing a strong, well-rounded student council program," said Ann Postlewaite, National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) student programs director. "NatStuCo applauds the work of the National Gold Councils of Excellence and challenges them to continue their leadership and service to their schools and communities."

To meet the requirements for the National Council of Excellence Award, a student council must meet a variety of criteria. In addition to basic requirements such as a written constitution, regular meetings, a democratic election process, the councils have demonstrated successful sponsorship and participation in activities such as leadership development and service to the school and community. Councils awarded the gold level of the award have successfully demonstrated the highest levels of leadership.

National Student Council (NatStuCo) provides and promotes professional development and leadership training to student council advisers who, in turn, teach leadership skills to student council members. NatStuCo is dedicated to preparing and empowering student leaders to better serve their schools and communities. For more information, visit

Spirit Week 2019 Day 1 Photo Gallery

Spirit Week 2019 Day 2 Photo Gallery

Spirit Week 2019 Day 3 Photo Gallery

Spirit Week 2019 Day 4 Photo Gallery

Prom Held at Larkins' Sawmill

(4/7/2019 / TRHS Webmaster)

Prom King and Queen

The 2019 Prom was held on Saturday night at Larkin's Sawmill. Seniors Keely Burgs and Nathan Laws (pictured above) were named Prom Queen and King. For photos from the Prom and from the Senior Walk click on the links below.

Prom 2019 Photo Gallery

Prom 2019 Senior Walk Photo Gallery

Alive at 25 Information

Alive at 25 is an early intervention program developed by the National Safety Council to prevent traffic violations, collisions, and fatalities.  It is a 4 ½ hour defensive driving course that addresses the dangers of speeding, failure to use seatbelts, using cell phones while driving, eating while driving, driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, and more. It focuses on the behaviors that young drivers exhibit behind the wheel, and allows the student to recognize the consequences of those actions. Completion of the program is required for any student that parks on campus.

Letter to Parents from Mr. Lavely Concerning Alive at 25

How to Register Flyer

Frequently Asked Questions from Parents