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Spring Break April 3-7, 2023

TVSC Spring Break 2023

Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation will observe Spring Break April 3-7, 2023. No School for Students.

Enjoy a relaxing and refreshing week! Stay Safe!

Join Us for the Polar Plunge - February 18, 2023

Register to jump with us at https://soindiana.org/polar-plunge/ or make a donation to the team at https://secure.e2rm.com/p2p/donate/380477/team/992345/en-CA.

There is also a Virtual 5K/10K Run option for those who would rather not feel like a human popsicle

Upcoming Events

Mr. Kresca

Principal's Message

Welcome back to Tippecanoe Valley High School for the start of what will be a great 2022-2023 school year. I am beyond honored to be able to lead an exceptional group of students, staff, parents, and community members here at Valley. We strive to achieve a positive learning environment for all; one where students can learn and achieve at high levels. Every student who walks into Tippecanoe Valley High School is valued as a key member of our school community, otherwise referred to as our ‘Valley Family’.
At TVHS, we are committed to offering a differentiated learning experience for ALL students. Our motto is that we, “Meet students where they are, and take them where they want, or need, to be.” We support a culture where every student has opportunities to explore their passions, get the additional help they need, and learn more than just an academic content. 

One of our main instructional goals this school year will be to focus on a collective culture of ‘Empowerment’ through innovative classroom instruction. The authors of the book Empower say, “As teachers, leaders, and parents, we have the opportunity to be the guides of our kids’ education and unleash the creative potential of each and every student. In a world that is ever changing, our job is not to prepare students for something; instead, our role is to help students prepare themselves for anything.” Tippecanoe Valley High School will stay committed to inspiring innovation, providing authentic and relevant learning experiences, and empowering students to pursue their passions while at school.
All decisions at TVHS are made based on the values and beliefs that have been carefully crafted, and included in what is called the TVHS Flywheel. According to Jim Collins, author of Good to Great says, " In creating a good-to-great transformation there's no single defining action, no grand program, no single killer innovation, no lucky break, no miracle moment. Rather it feels like a giant heavy flywheel...Once you get your flywheel right, you want to renew and extend that flywheel- decision upon decision-action upon action, turn by turn." This flywheel best summarizes what TVHS believes in, what we remain committed to, and how we want to continue to grow a high performing and successful school. 
Go Vikings,

Mr. Brandon Kresca 

At A Glance

  • Valley Family Culture of Empowerment and Acceptance
  • Innovative, Student-Centered Instruction Collaborative classroom environments with Innovative Instruction
  • Quality Athletic Teams - Viking Strong 3A - Three Rivers Conference
  • StudentClubs/Activities for Student Involvement
  • Newly Expanded Agriculture Programming Reflects the Roots and Strengths of the Community
  • 1:1 Technology
Riley Children's Hospital - Red Wagon Designation

Riley Children's Hospital - Red Wagon Designation

Pumpkin chucking winners
a golfer smiles for the camera
volleyballer gets ready for the ball
A tennis player hits the ball
A student is thrown in the air.
A soccer player kicks the ball
A unified player gets a play from a coach
A students hits a zebra
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Girls' Gold