Tourtellotte Memorial High School

TPS Spring Art Show

Presented by:

Tourtellotte Memorial High School


Thompson Middle School

Location: Thompson Public Library

On View: May 1 – May 30

Opening Reception:

Monday, May 6, 2019

2:45pm – 5:00 pm

* Refreshments will be provided

The Wizard of OZ



Running Merit Scholarships from college acceptances



This dollar amount represents the total merit-based awards the students have earned from their college acceptances.


We wish you all success at the college you choose to attend.

Milltown Grille


Thompson Public Schools

Join Forces


Please stop by the Milltown Grille on Mondays in the month of April. 10% of every order will be donated to the Weekend Warrior Program.

The Weekend Warrior program is a community activity sponsored and funded by the Thompson Business Association facilitated through TEEG.

The program provides eligible elementary students with a bag of food to take home every Friday during the school year to sustain them over the weekend.


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Tourtellotte Memorial High School

Tourtellotte Memorial High School is a public high school serving 251 students in 9th through 12th grade. Located in the town of North Grosvenordale, CT it is part of the Thompson School District.

Tourtellotte Memorial High School is led by Principal Megan Baker and her dedicated team of educators, administrators and staff, each dedicated to ensuring that Tourtellotte remains a small school with big opportunities.

TMHS Alumni Association

Do you have suggestions, would like to be added to the alumni database, learn more about upcoming reunions, or would like more information on the TMHS Alumni Association? Go to the TMHS Alumni Association’s website, for contact information and to see upcoming events, photo gallery, historical photographs of the school and town from the Thompson Historical Society, TMHS Hall of Fame recipients, Student Scholarship Recipients, updates on the accomplishments of the Alumni Association and more…

Tourtellotte Tiger Radio


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