TCS Parent-Student Handbook
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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Texoma Christian School graduation requirements exceed the guidelines set forth by the Texas Education Agency for awarding the Recommended Diploma and the Distinguished Achievement Diploma.
Advanced Placement Course Offerings: English III, US History
Dual Credit Course Offerings: English IV, Government, Economics, 5th year Mathematics
Honors/Pre-AP Level Course Offerings: English I, English II, Spanish III, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy and Physiology, Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus
COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES: Since our first graduating class in 2005, our graduates have been accepted at the following four year Universities and Colleges:
Abilene Christian University, American University, Angelo State University, Auburn University, Austin College, Bethany College, Baylor University, Baylor School of Law, Covenant College, Cumberland School of Law, Belmont University, Dallas Baptist University, Davidson College, Duke University, East Central Oklahoma University, Evangel University, Friends University, Fort Lewis College, Georgetown University, Grand Canyon University, Hardin Simmons University, Harding University, Hendrix College, John Brown University, Kansas State University, Lee University, Le Tourneau University, Liberty University, Louisiana State University, Lubbock Christian University, Midwestern State University, Mary Hardin Baylor University, Millsaps College, Northeastern State University, Oklahoma Baptist University, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Oral Roberts University, Ouachita Baptist University, Rhodes College, Samford University, Saint Louis University, Sewanee -The University of the South, Savannah College of Art & Design, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Southern Adventist University, Southern Methodist University, Southwestern Assembly of God University, Stephen F. Austin University, Tarleton State University, Texas A & M University/College Station, Texas A & M University at Commerce, Texas Christian University, Texas State Technical College, Texas Tech University, Texas Woman’s University, Texas State University, University of Arkansas, University of Dallas, University of Denver, University of Evansville, University of Louisiana/Lafayette, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, University of North Texas, University of Oklahoma, University of Puget Sound, University of Redlands, University of Texas School of Law, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at Dallas, Arlington and Tyler, University of Tulsa, Vanderbilt University, Wheaton College, Wofford College, York College
COLLEGE ENTRANCE TEST SCORES:
SAT (CR + M) ACT Composite
National Average 1068 21
Texas Average 1032 21
TCS Class of 2019 1147 24
Class of 2019 Top 25% 1370 27
TCS Class of 2018 1220 25
Class of 2018 Top 25% 1220 27
SENIOR CLASS of 2020 SIZE: 20
GRADING SCALE: Texoma Christian School employs the following 4 point grading scale:
Percentage Letter Grade GPA points
90-100 % A 4.0
80-89 % B 3.0
70-79 % C 2.0
69 & below F 0.0
GRADE POINT AVERAGE: The grade point average is a four-point system based upon the national standard as defined and calculated by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), as defined above. All high school coursework is included in the GPA calculation. In addition, Pre-Advance Placement (Pre-AP) and Dual-Credit College classes earn an additional 0.5 GPA points, and courses classified as Advanced Placement (AP) earn 1.0 additional GPA points. These extra points are included only in GPA and class rank calculations.
NON-RANKING POLICY: It is our Policy to rank numerically only the top ten percent of students and not to rank the remainder of the class, due to small class sizes (SENIOR CLASS OF 2020 SIZE: 20). Rank, when provided is calculated based on weighted grades.
COURSE CREDIT: Course credit is determined by successful completion of all coursework. One full credit is awarded for successful completion of a class that normally meets no less than 200 minutes per week for two full semesters. One half credits are awarded for successful completion of one semester of a full credit course and of single-semester courses.