TCALC First Day

TCALC Students Received Red-Carpet Welcome on the First Day of School
Posted on 08/13/2021

Scholars at TCALC received a red-carpet welcome to start their 2021-2022 school year. Their year started energetically. TCALC students entered the building walking down a red carpet and being greeted with happy faces and applause from their teachers and staff.

The day continued on with an inspiring message from Dr. Wenyika, the President of Ottawa University Midwest. Dr. Reggies Wenyika was born and grew up in Zimbabwe and is highly decorated, having studied education, medical laboratory technology, ministerial studies, educational leadership, and he is currently studying theology. He spoke to students at TCALC and College Prep Academy on Thursday morning, kicking-off the year on a positive note. 

TCALC or Topeka Center for Advanced Learning & Careers provides innovative pathways to gain career experience in a number of chosen fields. Students must be a junior or senior in high school to attend TCALC. Their schedules allow students to spend half of their day at TCALC learning skills for their future career and the other half at their home high school. For information about TCALC, visit

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