Organizations and Clubs

Field Trips

TALH students are afforded the opportunity to attend internationally acclaimed plays, musicals, and symphonies as well as visit the numerous museums and art galleries within the greater SETX region. Several fantastic venues are situated only an hour's drive away in Houston including the Alley and Wortham Theaters, The Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS), the Houston Ballet and Symphony, and several world class museums including the Menil Collection, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Houston Museum of Natural Science to name a few.

           houston symphony

                           Houston Symphony 2013

Junior State of America

JSA is affiliated with the national Junior Statesmen of America. Members are active in promoting political awareness, attending the bi-annual Batorfest, and cultural diversity appreciation events. Membership is open to all students.


To celebrate the successes of the year, the Prom Committee works all year long to produce a memorable spring event. Membership is open to all students. The TALH Prom Court 2014 (l-r): Senior Princess Abby Gonsoulin, Senior Co-Prince Nick Wilcox, Senior Queen Emily Wilkins, Senior King, Cole Collins, Senior Co-Prince Alex Breland, Junior Duke, Sean Howard and Junior Duchess, Lydia Ford.

               prom court

                           TALH Prom Court 2014

Social Justice Club

A open forum allowing for discussion, deliberation, and the exchange of ideas, opinions, and concerns on contemporary social issues. The goal of the social justice club is to create a safe space for students to discuss controversial issues in an organized way. Anyone can suggest a topic, and anyone can volunteer to lead the discussion. Topics such as feminist issues, reproductive rights, age of consent laws, assisted suicide, and modern health care are all topics that have been touched on in the past year.


A traditional high school activity with a TALH twist, Passages is completely created by the students to cover all TALH annual activities. Participation is open to all students.