Welcome to School Year 2023-2024

Principal's Message

Hello Bulldogs and welcome to the 2023-2024 school year!

First and foremost, let me first welcome all our Freshmen and their families to Trimble Tech. Secondly, let me welcome back all the return Tech Bulldogs. We are looking forward to an amazing year for our Senior Class of 2024!

Over the past few weeks, the administration team has been planning and preparing for the new school year. We are planning for an exciting and memorable school year.

Ensure to stay informed of all the events happening at Tech by following us on Facebook and Twitter. Additionally, we will send out our Bulldog Newsletter on a bi-weekly basis.


Jose Angel Lara, M.Ed.


Pre-Registration Week

We will be doing pre-registrations on July 31 - August 3. The schedule is as follows:

Monday - July 31 - Freshman ONLY

Tuesday - August 1 - Sophomores ONLY

Wednesday - August 2 - Juniors and Seniors

Thursday - August 3 - make-up day for all grade levels.

Parents, ensure to bring the necessary registration documents. Please be advised, registration for freshmen is only for students who have been accepted through the Gold Seal Programs of Choice lottery.


Welcome Freshman Class of 2027,

Come out to our Freshman camp on Friday, August 4th, from 9am to 1pm. This is a great time for you to meet your classmates and to get oriented with the campus and your schedule. Freshman Camp will kickoff a pep rally in the gym! Snacks and drinks weill be provided.

Meet the Bulldogs

This year, Meet the Bulldogs will be held at Farrington Field. Come out for food and fun at our annual Meet the Bulldog event.


WHAT: Meet the Bulldogs

WHEN: Saturday, August 4 at 7PM

WHERE: Farrington Field

SENIOR SUNRISE - August 11 at 6:00AM

Who: Seniors ONLY

What: Gathering to celebrate the start of your final year of high school

When: August 11 @ 6:00AM

Where: Front steps of Trimble Tech

Contact Mr. Sandoval at for more information.


Bullying, substance abuse, cheating and more- these behaviors are not okay! Fort Worth ISD is committed to helping our students stay safe. The "It's not okay!" initiative encourages students to make healthy decisions and ask for help when they or their friends are in need.

This comprehensive effort focuses on behaviors that can place the student and others at risk. These behaviors include: bullying, cyberbullying, teen dating violence, sexting, suicide, gangs, sexual harassment and substance abuse. Components of this effort include: media, education, response and support, reporting and evaluation. Through the reporting component, students are now able to report a concern through e-mail, text, by phone or by using the Friends for Life link.


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