TACHE’s Graduation is a parent-planned ceremony to honor your student’s completion of their high school education. Classes often form in the 9th or 10th grade year to allow students and parents to get to know each other and work together to provide social and volunteer opportunities for students and families. The Senior year parents will work together to plan and execute a traditional Cap and Gown Ceremony to mark the end of the student’s formal home education. The Senior year often includes Class pictures, Yearbooks, and a final Senior celebration consisting of dinner, slideshow presentation of the year, and display of artwork and related items. There are often even resources for Class Rings and Letterjackets.
To participate, families must be a current member of the TACHE organization, be willing to serve in planning and preparing throughout the Senior year, attend monthly meetings, and pay the Class Fee (determined by the class - this amount is typically less than $200). To Join TACHE go to : Join TACHE Membership runs July 1 - June 30.
Graduation is usually held in May at the Green Acres Baptist Church Chapel, with a reception to follow.
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