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Ducks Paving the Way

Ducks Paving the Way has kicked off a campaign offering engraved bricks to individuals, groups, clubs, and businesses to help purchase a bronze mallard statue to be placed at the new Taylor ISD sports complex. It is our hope that the bronze statue will be a place of pride representing the school district, the city of Taylor and all the people that make up this wonderful community. The bronze mallard statue will have a plaque telling the story of how we became the Taylor Ducks. Engraved bricks will be placed in the ground around the statue. Purchase online or used the attached flier.

Color Guard Wins at Nationals

THS Color Guard competed at The Marching Auxiliaries National Championships in Fort Worth on March 24th and 25th. Hundreds of teams from seven different states competed in pom, dance, twirl, and guard.

Color Guard Earns Superior Rating

This past weekend, the THS Color Guard competed at the Marching Auxiliaries North Texas Regionals in Grapevine. Both groups received a Superior rating qualifying them for the national meet in late March.
In addition, our 'Team Flag' won best in show for their division.

UIL Regional Competitors Advance

Taylor High School Academic UIL Teams competed at Regional Competition in Huntsville at Sam Houston State University on Saturday, April 8,m 2017.

Girls JV Soccer wins District title

Thursday night the JV Lady Ducks travelled to Cameron to face the Lady Yoe in their last game of the season. The last face off between these two teams ended in a 0-0 tie, the Lady Ducks were determined to pull the W Thursday night. Not only did these ladies get the W with a 5-0 shut out but also walk away as JV District Champs.

Choir Competes at UIL Competition

On Friday night 11 Taylor High School Choir students competed in the UIL Solo and Ensemble competition. Competing on three different levels: Class 1 (Difficult Solos) Class 2 (Medium Solos) and Class 3 (Easy Solos), students are given a score between 1 and 5, 1 being the best and 5 being the worst. Not only did we send a record number of students, but we also received a record number of students who received a score of a 1! In addition to this wonderful news, we also have two students who will sing at the State Competition in May.

Steppers Earn Top Honors

The Hi-Steppers had a very successful weekend at their competition at Belton High School. The Steppers were the smallest team competing and they won 2nd place overall (they even beat out talented 5A and 6A schools.

Lifters Compete

THS Powerlifters finish strong in the Lago Vista Meet with several men finishing first.

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