The Silver Cord program recognizes students who, throughout their four years of high school, contribute to our community by volunteering at non-profits, schools, churches and civic organizations. They are required to document their volunteer hours as well as follow program guidelines.
News & Announcements
The Taylor Hi-Steppers invite you to the 2021 Spring Show on Friday, April 23rd at 7 p.m. or Saturday, April 24th at 2 p.m. at the Taylor ISD Event Center.
Taylor ISD is offering opportunities for secondary students to earn credit in academic subjects and for elementary students to accelerate a grade level by passing the appropriate examinations for acceleration.
The information in the attached letter outlines all the upcoming testing dates, how it impacts students, and other essential information to consider on these testing days. The STAAR EOC exams are graduation requirements. If your student does not take the EOC for the subject being taken this year, the test will need to be taken in the summer or next school year.
Taylor High School competed in the District 19AAAA competition on Saturday, March 27th and came home with medals, team plaques, and scholars heading to regional competition.