Home

Image Overlay

Three Rivers High School

Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year!


Dear TRHS Students/Parents,  

As we transition to the 2018-2019 school year, I would like to extend a warm welcome to the incoming Three Rivers High School Class of 2022, as well as all current students grades ten through twelve.   Three Rivers High School is committed to excellence, offering outstanding academic and extracurricular opportunities, award-winning visual and performing arts, and unparalleled athletic and academic co-curricular programs.  In addition, our strong secondary positive school climate focused on Respect, Responsibility and Resilience ensures a school environment conducive to learning.  Three Rivers High School is pleased to announce that we are the recipient of the prestigious “U.S. News and World Reports Best High School – Bronze Award” (Spring 2018).

I am confident your student will enjoy his/her time at Three Rivers High School and look forward to working with you to ensure your student’s success.  I welcome the opportunity to meet to discuss the many enriching experiences Three Rivers High School offers students.

Sincerely,

Carrie A. Balk

TRHS Principal


KNOW WHAT’S GOING ON — COMMUNICATION IS KEY!

School Messenger: Three Rivers Community Schools uses SchoolMessenger to communicate with parents quickly and effectively.  New federal regulations require us to get your permission to continue calling you with our SchoolMessenger system for non-emergency school situations. To sign up, visit https://trschools.org/parents/schoolmessenger/.

Three Rivers HS Website (updated often):  Check out the “Recent News” section of the website for the most up-to-date messages, daily announcements and events.  You’ll also find links to the school calendar, our staff directory, the 2018-2019 Program of Studies (an extensive list of the courses we offer and descriptions of each), PowerSchool log-in information and links to individual teacher websites.  

Mrs. Balk’s “Principal Blog”:  As most of you know, I send out a weekly email to all students (and parents!).  These emails are often fun in nature, share special information and acknowledge the great work of staff and students.  While you will receive these weekly messages via email, you can also access archived messages through my “Principal’s Blog” that is linked directly to the Three Rivers HS website under “Site Shortcuts”.  

Follow Us on Twitter:  @ThreeRiversHS

Follow Three Rivers Community Schools on Facebook: @TRSCHOOLS

Recent News

TRHS Announcements for Friday, September 21, 2018

Announcements for Friday, September 21, 2018

  • Seniors, today, Sept 20th, is the last day that Ms. Lathan will accept proof that you applied to a college. You are required to send her proof to be able to get a raffle entry in the Fall Frenzy. See Ms. Lathan for more details.
  • We will be hosting a Financial Aid Information Night on Tuesday, October 2 at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Center. This is for seniors and their parents or guardians. Topics include:
  •             -FAFSA Application Process & Information

               -Federal Pell Grants

               -State of Michigan Scholarships & Grants

               -Other Scholarship Resources

               -Student Loans

  • Attention juniors, if you would like the chance to win scholarship money for college, then think of taking the PSAT/NMSQT on October 10th.  Students who take the PSAT/NMSQT are entered into the National Merit Scholarship competition, where they will compete for scholarships. The signup is in the guidance office, and the cost is $16, payable when you sign up.  The school only has a limited number of tests available, so don’t delay signing up, or you could miss out. There are also a limited number of fee waivers for those students who qualify. The fee waivers will be first come first serve until gone.

 

 


TRHS Announcements for Thursday, September 20, 2018+

Announcements for Thursday, September 20, 2018

  • Seniors, today, Sept 20th, is the last day that Ms. Lathan will accept proof that you applied to a college. You are required to send her proof to be able to get a raffle entry in the Fall Frenzy. See Ms. Lathan for more details.
  • Attention juniors float building will be today from 5-8.
  • Sophomore T-shirts will be available to pick up at lunch for those who pre-ordered. See your class officers at the box office.
  • We will be hosting a Financial Aid Information Night on Tuesday, October 2 at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Center. This is for seniors and their parents or guardians. Topics include:

            -FAFSA Application Process & Information

           -Federal Pell Grants

           -State of Michigan Scholarships & Grants

           -Other Scholarship Resources

           -Student Loans

  • Any students interested in being a part of Science Olympiad–there will be a meeting today after school in Mr. Meyer’s room.
  • Attention juniors, if you would like the chance to win scholarship money for college, then think of taking the PSAT/NMSQT on October 10th.  Students who take the PSAT/NMSQT are entered into the National Merit Scholarship competition, where they will compete for scholarships. The signup is in the guidance office, and the cost is $16, payable when you sign up.  The school only has a limited number of tests available, so don’t delay signing up, or you could miss out. There are also a limited number of fee waivers for those students who qualify. The fee waivers will be first come first serve until gone.

 

 


TRHS Announcements for Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Announcements for Wednesday, September 19, 2018

  • 2018 Yearbooks are in! You can pick yours up today during your lunch. If you forgot to order last year’s yearbook, see Ms. Smith to purchase one.
  • Seniors, Thursday, Sept 20th is the last day that Ms. Lathan will accept proof that you applied to a college. You are required to send her proof to be able to get a raffle entry in the Fall Frenzy. See Ms. Lathan for more details
  • Attention juniors float building will be today and Thursday this week from 5-8. Also T-shirts will on sale for $15 until today; bring your money to lunch.
  • We will be hosting a Financial Aid Information Night on Tuesday, October 2 at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Center. This is for seniors and their parents or guardians. Topics include:

            -FAFSA Application Process & Information

           -Federal Pell Grants

           -State of Michigan Scholarships & Grants

           -Other Scholarship Resources

           -Student Loans

  • Any students interested in being a part of Science Olympiad–there will be a meeting on Thursday after school in Mr. Meyer’s room.
  • Attention juniors, if you would like the chance to win scholarship money for college, then think of taking the PSAT/NMSQT on October 10th.  Students who take the PSAT/NMSQT are entered into the National Merit Scholarship competition, where they will compete for scholarships. The signup is in the guidance office, and the cost is $16, payable when you sign up.  The school only has a limited number of tests available, so don’t delay signing up, or you could miss out. There are also a limited number of fee waivers for those students who qualify. The fee waivers will be first come first serve until gone.

 

 


More News