Thomas Jefferson Charter School, Home of the Patriots

Mayor's Youth Advisory fund raiser

Mayor's Youth Advisory fund raiser

Mayor's Youth Advisory fund raiser

TJCS drama club

TJCS drama club

TJCS drama club

TJCS drama club

7th grade Honor Roll

8th grade Honor Roll

January Citizen's of the Month

December Citizen's of the Month

November Citizen's of the Month

October Citizens of the Month

September Citizens of the Month

TJCS Prom

TJCS Prom

School Hours 7:55 AM
School day begins for all grades
2:45 PM
School day ends for all grades

What's new at TJCS

Monday Notes 2-12-2017

Parents:

  • The HS student council will be delivering Valentine’s to students for Valentine’s Day this Wednesday. They are $1 for a Valentine card with a personal note, $3 for a card and candy and $5 for a card, candy and rose.  Order forms are at the front office.  They are due Tuesday (13th) at the end of school.

 

Middle/High School:

  • Sadie Hawkins dance will be on Friday, February 23rd from 6-9 p.m. in the HS commons for 9th - 12th grade.  Cost is $3 per person or $5 per couple.  If you order a $5 Valentine, you get $1 off the dance ticket price.
  • Congratulations to our Middle School Honor Roll students!
    • 7th grade:  Giselle Wade, Trevor Warren, Avery Braun, Faith Burnett, Meisha Corder, Madison Darney, Kaden Knarr, Ashley Feiling, Eli Kunz, Sophia Meissen, Kadence Morrow, Brock Oostra, Elle Spight, Alyssa Stewart, Carston Thurgood, Brinley Thompson, Parker Ludovic, Greysen Porter, Emma Bailey
    • 8th grade:  Carlos Seals, Haille Wolf, Jeff Payne, Kerrigan Murray, Luke Jackson, Codi Child, Quinten Bruett, Eric Bevan
  • Idaho College Fair at TJCS High School Commons will be Monday, Feb. 12th at 2:45 p.m. All Idaho college’s/universities will be represented.  All 9th – 12th graders and families are invited to attend.
  • 10th and 11th Innovation time cards due this Friday, February 16th with 30 hours.

Key Components to TJCS

Our mission statement at Thomas Jefferson Charter School revolves around creating virtuous citizen leaders. Our key components revolve directly around that concept.


High School

Our students are required to complete community and family service each of the 4 years they attend our school. Our goal is to create young men and women who value helping others. Our students receive high school credit for these activities and it shows up on their high school transcripts. 

Middle School – Grades 7-8

Much of what we do in grades 7 and 8 is directly involved with the transition from elementary to high school. We believe a virtuous citizen leader must learn to deal with change…but it is one of our jobs to help them with this skill. Most students who do not graduate from high school have a terrible 9th grade year. This can be directly attributed, in many cases, to kids who are not ready for the change to high school where every grade counts, where they have 6-7 different teachers, where teachers can’t keep them in from recess to finish work…the list can go onward. In our middle school, our kids have 4 different teachers for the major subjects. This is much more challenging for many kids. It creates challenges in the middle years; but better to have the challenges then than in 9th grade where the credits for graduation start counting!

Grades K-6

Math concept boards are present in each classroom. Students will work on all different areas in math every day…computation, geometry, measurement, statistics, problem solving, etc. Grade level work as well as above grade level work is practiced by every student, every day. We believe that a virtuous citizen leader is a well educated person.