The Latest News
Rob and Patti Newman of Newman Construction made $500 donations at the Oct. 9th school board meeting to Mentone Elementary School Special Education (Cathy Olson’s class) and the TVHS Building Trades class! For the last couple years, Cathy Olson (primary special education teacher at Mentone Elementary School) has taken her students to Magical Meadows. While […]
Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation will host parent-teacher conferences at each TVSC school – Akron Elementary School, Mentone Elementary School, Tippecanoe Valley Middle School, Tippecanoe Valley High School, and the Burket Educational Center – on Thursday, October 12, from 4 to 8 p.m. Conferences at the high school will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. […]
The Fulton County Community Foundation has awarded the Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation a $10,000 grant to help purchase new library furniture and technology. On Monday, September 25, representatives from the Fulton County Community Foundation presented a check to administrators and library staff. The goal of the library project is to create a learning environment in […]
- October 12
Parent-Teacher Conferences | 4 to 8 p.m. | Main Gym
- October 13
Senior Recognition Night Before Home Football Game
- October 13
NO SCHOOL - Teacher Work Day
- October 13 - 14
FFA State Soils Contest | Southern Indiana
- October 16
NO SCHOOL - Fall Break
Welcome to Tippecanoe Valley High School
Mr. Chad Cripe, Principal
I would first like to thank everyone for the opportunity to join the Tippecanoe Valley family. Please feel free to introduce yourself to me as I want to be immersed in our culture and learn as much as possible about all the great things that are happening in the Tippecanoe Valley community. At Tippecanoe Valley High School we are striving to provide the best educational opportunities for our students. We are very excited for the start of school and having students back in the classroom ready to learn. We are committed to being an effective Professional Learning Community and doing whatever it takes to equip all students to be outstanding—today, tomorrow, and beyond!
Safe School Zone!
Help us create a safer school zone! Report bullying by sending an anonymous report to us. Your reports are confidential and will be acted upon quickly. Thank you for making our schools safer! Click here or call the Hot Line at (574) 387-3825.