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MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT LEADERSHIP DAYS

This winter, TACSC helped students reset their leadership button with seven Student Leadership Day events!

Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade students gathered for the unique opportunity to learn from other students the importance of communication, working in groups, time management and more.

In addition to leadership programming, students also participated in a mental health check in with The Kindness Campaign, creating a song that reflected the personal experiences and challenges of the pandemic. The song created by each school is included in their recap videos below.

NOTRE DAME PREP RECAP VIDEO

AMERICAN MARTYRS RECAP VIDEO

ST. BERNARD RECAP VIDEO

SAN DIEGO ONLINE RECAP VIDEO

ROSARY ACADEMY RECAP VIDEO

ST. PIUS X – ST. MATTHIAS RECAP VIDEO

ALVERNO HEIGHTS RECAP VIDEO

SUMMER CONFERENCE

The best part about summer is making new friends, learning new skills and laughing every bit of the way.

 

SUMMER CONFERENCE FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Summer Leadership Conference is our flagship program, bringing together future leaders every summer for forty years.

Current fifth, sixth and seventh grade students are guided on their leadership journey by a seasoned and well-trained staff of high school and college students. Our unique peer-to-peer delivery empowers students to develop critical skills, including goal setting, time management, communication and public speaking.

CHECK OUT OUR 2021 CONFERENCE RECAP

 

Experience the TACSC magic two ways this summer:

SOLD OUT: Overnight Program:  June 23 – 26  |  Loyola Marymount University

Days-Only Program:  July 11 – 15  |  Loyola Marymount University
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Scholarships are available for Middle School DAYS-ONLY. We have awarded all overnight scholarships. Click here for more information.

Click here to learn about COVID safety precautions we will be taking.

If you’re graduating from middle school this year, check out our High School Program below!

A PEEK INTO
THE TACSC MAGIC
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT LEADERSHIP DAYS

WHAT IS A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT LEADERSHIP DAY?
High School Student Leadership Days are one-day programs focusing on conflict resolution, team building, service and communication. Taught by senior staff members, you students will develop strategic leadership skills through workshops and team building activities.

 

HOW WILL MY SCHOOL BENEFIT?
Partnering with TACSC to deliver a Student Leadership Day, will leave a lasting impact on your students. The student leadership of your school will not only grow, but will also have a noticeable impact in your school community. Faculty, club moderators and coaches have reported increased numbers in students who take initiative and become leaders in the classroom, meetings and even on the field.

 

Please contact us to learn more about bringing a Student Leadership Day to your high school!

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SEMINAR

Open to rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school.  Level up your leadership skills with an in-person, overnight program this summer! 

In-person overnight programming for high school students will be held July 29 – 31 at Loyola Marymount University.  Click here to learn about COVID safety precautions we will be taking.

 

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CORE LEADERSHIP TEAM

The Core Leadership Team is a regional program consisting of talented and passionate high school leaders to help develop their leadership skills while teaching and mentoring middle school students.

Benefits of the Core Leadership Team include:

  • Real time public speaking, communication and problem solving skills.
  • Unique experience to further studies in leadership and education by applying the skills you have been taught and teaching them to others.
  • TACSC alumni make leadership a lifelong journey and connection, mentoring from high school to college to employment and beyond.

 

ADMINISTRATORS

TACSC is dedicated to supporting school administrators and student council moderators facilitate leadership programs in their schools.  Check back for our next webinar.