As the giant moved closer to attack, David quickly ran out to meet him. In Troup ISD we work to engender the spirit of attacking the problems that present themselves day in and day out. Teaching the students to run to meet the giants in their lives is a goal we fully embrace. Welcome to the Troup ISD web site. We trust that you will be able to find everything you are looking for and remember, you are always welcome at Troup ISD.
ATTENTION: Troup ISD is accepting transfer students who live outside the district for the 2015-2016 school year. Student transfer applications can be downloaded here, but are also available in the district administration building or at the principal’s office on each campus. Students who reside outside the TISD attendance zone may apply and will be accepted on a case by case basis.
Transfers will be valid for one year only and renewal applications for transfer must be submitted each year. University Interscholastic League (UIL) rules regarding student eligibility for competition events will be followed and transfers will not be granted for athletic purposes only. According to UIL rules, transfer students are ineligible for varsity competition for one year after the transfer. Students who participate in UIL athletics must verify their eligibility through the Troup ISD athletic director.
- Congratulations to our students receiveing the following honors:
Mr. THS -
Miss THS -
Most Handsome -
Most Beautiful -
Freshmen: Matt Adams & Holly Weathers
Sophomore: Kameron Elmer & Tristin Hardy
Junior: Ethan Houghton & Ariele Aragon
Senior: Cooper Adams & Natalie Allen
- We have a new district events calendar. Find out the who, what, when, and where of all of the happenings in our district.
- Check out this new online Video Ordering form for Tiger Eyes TV DVDs.
- NEW digital resources are available for students to use. Passwords for the websites are available through the campus libraries.
The American West
TexQuest Gale InfoTrac
- The "Counselor's Corner" is available to students and parents providing many resources to assist with college and career planning. Resources range from tips on how to dress for interviews to applications for scholarships.
- Remind 101 is a free and safe text message service for educators, allowing them to text students and parents with school updates & information. Troup High School & Troup Middle School now offer this service. If you are interested in receiving text messages from Mr. Smith, Troup High School Principal, or Mrs. Salgado, Troup Middle School Assistant Principal, regarding activities and events on either campus, you can download the instructions here: Text Notifications from Mr. Smith, Text Notifications from Mrs. Salgado, or Text Notifications from Mrs. Ledford.