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Three Rivers High School

Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year!

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 2017).  Three Rivers High School’s outstanding academic programs, award-winning visual and performing arts programs and extracurricular and athletic opportunities are unparalleled throughout the region. Three Rivers High School offers an educational setting that cultivates student talents, develops student potential and guides students through high school. Academics are focused on success for students of all abilities, and our goal is to ensure that every student is college and career ready upon graduation.   TRHS is pleased to offer many Advanced Placement courses, a well-defined Honors curriculum, Early Middle College — a five year high school path that leads to an Associate Degree, Advanced Art and Music courses, a multitude of Michigan Virtual University online core and elective classes, and Career Technical Education programs including Automotive Technology, Computer Information Technology, Computer Aided Design, Marketing, Medical Occupations, Agri-science and Welding.

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 you and talk about the many enriching experiences Three Rivers High School offers our students.

Sincerely,

Carrie A. Balk, Principal

Three Rivers High School

Recent News

TRHS Announcements for Thursday, September 21, 2017

Announcements for Thursday, September 21, 2017

  • Juniors interested in entering the National Merit Scholarship competition need to sign up for the PSAT test asap.  The sign up is in the Guidance office.  The test will be held the morning of Wednesday, October 11th.  There are only a limited number of tests, so please don’t delay. If you don’t qualify for a fee waiver, the cost will be $16 which is due at the time you sign up.  Also, if you happen to have CTE or Dual Enrollment classes the morning of the test, you will need to let the guidance office know at the time of signup, so that you can be excused from class.
  • Welcoming any student interested in giving back to the community —

If you are interested in community service, the Three Rivers Lions Club is beginning a LEO Club for any student who has the desire to give back to the community in a number of ways.  If you are looking for a student activity and want to serve Three Rivers — this is a great way to start! All students are welcome. Volunteering is a wonderful opportunity to help others, looks awesome when you apply for a job, and helps on college applications.

An informational meeting will be held in a couple of weeks. Consider how great it would be to volunteer!

Sign up sheets are available in the office.


TRHS Announcements for Wednesday, September 20. 2017

Announcements for Wednesday, September 20, 2017

  • Our annual TRHS musical has been moved to the fall this school year to perform the famous holiday musical, “White Christmas” this December.  Auditions will be held today, September 20 at 3:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.  We are in need of actors, singers, dancers, backstage helpers, lighting technicians, sound engineers, fashion designers and seamstresses for costumes, hair and makeup artists, visual artists for scenery, and tradesmen and women to help us build scenery.  Students wanting to be on stage must complete a performance audition on the audition dates.  Students interested in many of the non-performing production roles need to fill out a Production Application.  You can fill this out at the audition times or pick this up from Mr. Moore in the vocal music room before or after school.  Please also see Mr. Moore if you would like a copy of the music CD for the musical, or if you have any questions.    
  • Juniors interested in entering the National Merit Scholarship competition need to sign up for the PSAT test asap.  The sign up is in the Guidance office.  The test will be held the morning of Wednesday, October 11th.  There are only a limited number of tests, so please don’t delay. If you don’t qualify for a fee waiver, the cost will be $16 which is due at the time you sign up.  Also, if you happen to have CTE or Dual Enrollment classes the morning of the test, you will need to let the guidance office know at the time of signup, so that you can be excused from class.
  • Welcoming any student interested in giving back to the community —

If you are interested in community service, the Three Rivers Lions Club is beginning a LEO Club for any student who has the desire to give back to the community in a number of ways.  If you are looking for a student activity and want to serve Three Rivers — this is a great way to start! All students are welcome. Volunteering is a wonderful opportunity to help others, looks awesome when you apply for a job, and helps on college applications.

An informational meeting will be held in a couple of weeks. Consider how great it would be to volunteer!

Sign up sheets are available in the office.


TRHS Announcements for Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Announcements for Tuesday, September 19, 2017

  • We will be holding a Senior College Information Night tonight at 7:00 p.m.in the PAC.  The presentation is open to everyone especially current seniors and their parents.
  • Our annual TRHS musical has been moved to the fall this school year to perform the famous holiday musical, “White Christmas” this December.  Auditions will be held tonight, September 19 at 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday, September 20 at 3:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.  We are in need of actors, singers, dancers, backstage helpers, lighting technicians, sound engineers, fashion designers and seamstresses for costumes, hair and makeup artists, visual artists for scenery, and tradesmen and women to help us build scenery.  Students wanting to be on stage must complete a performance audition on the audition dates.  Students interested in many of the non-performing production roles need to fill out a Production Application.  You can fill this out at the audition times or pick this up from Mr. Moore in the vocal music room before or after school.  Please also see Mr. Moore if you would like a copy of the music CD for the musical, or if you have any questions.    
  • Juniors interested in entering the National Merit Scholarship competition need to sign up for the PSAT test asap.  The sign up is in the Guidance office.  The test will be held the morning of Wednesday, October 11th.  There are only a limited number of tests, so please don’t delay. If you don’t qualify for a fee waiver, the cost will be $16 which is due at the time you sign up.  Also, if you happen to have CTE or Dual Enrollment classes the morning of the test, you will need to let the guidance office know at the time of signup, so that you can be excused from class.
  • Welcoming any student interested in giving back to the community —

If you are interested in community service, the Three Rivers Lions Club is beginning a LEO Club for any student who has the desire to give back to the community in a number of ways.  If you are looking for a student activity and want to serve Three Rivers — this is a great way to start! All students are welcome. Volunteering is a wonderful opportunity to help others, looks awesome when you apply for a job, and helps on college applications.

An informational meeting will be held in a couple of weeks. Consider how great it would be to volunteer!

Sign up sheets are available in the office.


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