This Saturday, December 12, 2015, is TJ Band is hosting it’s annual Breakfast With Santa event. It is located in the cafeteria of Governor Thomas Johnson High School between 8 am to noon. The kids and parents of the Thomas Johnson Marching Band are excitedly anticipating the event. Tickets are $6 online at http://tjband.org/ and $8 … More Breakfast with Santa, By: Ann Schaefer
TJ students of all classes are excitedly anticipating the five-day spirit week that has not occurred for the past two years: Maryland Monday Twin Tuesday Wacky Wednesday Tie-Dye Thursday Class Color Friday In the past few years, it seems as though our school spirit has only increased. The 2014 pep rally was the best this … More Do You Have Spirit?, By: Ann Schaefer
The newest addition to the TJ family is the infamous Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC). This is the first year TJ has had the honor of hosting the NJROTC program for our student body. NJROTC is a program based around Navy teachings on leadership. The program is designed to emphasize citizenship and promote … More There’s a New Cadet in Town, By: Kimberly Nelson
By: Ann Schaefer 2015, the year that the students realized their school is just as old as their parents. In the year of 1966, fifty years ago, Governor Thomas Johnson High School was founded. No one knew then that this school would become what it is today. Over the years, TJ High School has undergone … More Fifty Nifty
By: NJROTC The first NJROTC event took place on Saturday, September 12 from 11 am – 2 pm. During this time, the parents that attended were able to meet the principal of TJ, Jet Reid, along with the Lieutenant Commander Henry Lane, Senior Naval Science Instructor, and Chief Michael Rodrigues, Naval Science Instructor. While the … More NJROTC Picnic
By: Kimberly Nelson In the year 1911, a fire on the eighth floor of the Asch building started with an ignited piece of fabric. The fire quickly spread and the whole building was soon engulfed in flames killing more than 140 people. This is the premise of the recently performed Advanced Theatre Production (ATS) play … More Lights! Camera! Action!