From Director David Motl: The Taylor High School Band and Guard performed well this past weekend at the Rocket Review Marching Contest in Commerce, Texas. In 4A competition, our Color Guard came in 1st, beating Fredericksburg, Boerne, and Bandera High Schools. Additionally, the Band placed an overall 2nd, beating the above schools in their musical performance.
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Wooden blocks make firm snowmen and penguins. The following images are examples of Holiday crafts that are now available for sale in the Life-skills hallway at Taylor High School. You may purchase items beginning now through Thursday December 21st 2018
Today's play off game will be be streamed on www.texanlive.com for any of the friends and family of the team that wont be able to attend. Texan Live provides live and on-demand high school sports.
Senior Portraits will be taken Wednesday, November 7, Tuesday, November 8, and Friday, November 9 in the library. Seniors should arrive 5 minutes before the assigned time.
Taylor High School Theater Department is proud to present A Girl Called Opal by Robert Lindsey-Nassif. A Girl Called Opal tells the story of Francoise (Heather Robles), the lone survivor of a shipwreck who is adopted a lone woman (Latavia Anderson) in an Oregonian town as a farm hand. Yet the little girl, renamed Opal, is given to flights of fancy and takes it upon herself to bring happiness to everyone in the town. This includes finding a husband for the Thought Girl (Deziree Gonzales), a wife for the Man Who Wears Gray Neckties (Chase Luna), freedom and independence for the Blind Girl (Grace Bentley) and companionship with oddest woman in town, Sadie McKibben (Katherine Henson). Once Opal has set the town to rights, she is convinced her Angel Mother and Father will return to her. This comedy/drama is based on a real little girl who lived at the turn of the twentieth century, recorded in her diary. Taylor High School Theater Department is proud to present this coming of age tale Saturday, November 3rd at 7:30 PM and Sunday, November 4th at 4:30 PM at the Taylor Main Street Auditorium, 3101 N Main St. Tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Come join us for the magical, fun and sometimes fantastical look at childhood through the eyes of a special child.