Technology Student Association (TSA)

2018-2019 Officer Team

President-Joey Veni

Vice President-Levi King

Secretary-Kailey Collins

Reporter-Cole Marshall

Historian-Melody Pogula

Sergeant-at-Arms-Meera Chaudhari

Treasurer-Mark Driscoll


Meeting Schedule:

This year we will have TSA meetings on a Wednesday of each month.  This is subject to change so check here regularly so you don't miss the meetings. The lab is open Tuesdays and Thursday for VEX and TSA Projects. Currently we are scheduled to meet on the following dates:

  • Join TSA! Payments can be made on MyPaymentsPlus
  • NEXT MEETING:October 31st 2:30-3:30pm 

Upcoming Socials:

  • Tailgate 9/28
  • Corn Maze - October! 

History of TSA:

The Technology Student Association (TSA), formerly AIASA, is the oldest student organization dedicated exclusively to students enrolled in technology education classes grades K-12. It has a rich history that spans three decades. Three distinct periods may be found in TSA's history. During the period from 1958 to 1978, the American Industrial Arts Student Association (AIASA) was a sponsored activity of the American Industrial Arts Association (AIAA). In 1978, the nonprofit corporation, AIASA, Inc., was formed to oversee AIASA as a separate organization. During the decade that followed, the organization grew in size, strength, structure, and impact on students and secondary school programs. The summer of 1988 closed this third decade as AIASA reached another milestone, a change in the name of the organization to the Technology Student Association (TSA). The above links describe (a) AIASA's history through these three major periods up to the time the association changed its name, (b) the evolution and purposes of activities, and (c) the organizational structure of TSA.


What does MCHS-TSA do?

Our TSA chapter is VERY active in the State of Georgia.  Our members are enthusiastic, freindly, and like to have fun.

Our members have the opportunity to take part in: The Georgia Fall Leadership Conference in Jekyl Island, GA, The "CORE" officer retreat for excellence, Tech Day in Perry, GA, and the Georgia TSA State Leadership Conference in Athens, GA.  At these conferences students learn to lead by example, compete in a variety of events, and make freinds with students from across the state.

Our chapter also holds monthly socials that have included: The annual TSA homecoming tailgate party, dinner and a movie at the Mall of GA, Bowling, Afternoons at the park, White Elephant gift exchange, Ice Skating, Gladiators' Hockey games, Laser tag, an end of the year pizza party, and the list goes on.  This year's officer team will be making plans for another year of fantastic socials!


Membership Information:

Membership in the TSA is ONLY available to students who are currently enrolled (or who were previously enrolled)in the Engineering and Technology Program here at MCHS.

The annual membership fee for the 2018-2019 school year is $40. You membership includes: Membership in the Georgia-TSA, Membership in the National-TSA, a TSA shirt, end of the year Pizza Party, and more. Membership must be paid through "mypaymentsplus.com" and a printed receipt must be presented to Mr. Reed to confirm enrollment in this amazing organization.


TSA Events:

Tech Day 10/8

Fall Leadership 11/9-11/11

State Leadership 3/14-3/16


TSA VEX Events:
VEX meetings are every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-3:30. You must be a paid member of TSA to participate in VEX Robotics meetings and competitions. Robotics competitions typically take place on Saturdays from 7:30am to 3pm. Ending time for competitions are based on advancement into the finals, so some days could be longer and some could be shorter. 




 Please click on the link below to access some flashcards that I made.  These will help you study for the TSA Statesman Test.  This DOES NOT cover all of the information that will be on the test..... its just a helpful tool.  


Please visit the GA TSA website for a complete study guide.  

Download this file (MCHS TSA 2018 Info.pdf)MCHS TSA 2018 Info.pdf