Starpoint uses a wide variety of activities to show its TCU Spirit, further emphasizing its place in the TCU community. These are fun opportunities for the students to build camaraderie and cheer on the Horned Frogs.
Starpoint has consistently participated in the TCU Homecoming parade, with its very own parade float. Faculty and staff members ride on the impressive float and students walk behind, waving to the crowd.
Starpoint also holds a tailgate before a football game every year, allowing faculty, staff, students, and parents to come together. Further, an annual pep rally is held at Starpoint, where TCU cheerleaders visit the school and teach the students some of TCU’s oldest and most-loved cheers.
For the annual Frogs for the Cure football game, TCU always puts on a presentation for support of breast cancer research. In years past, they have made a video with recording artist Tim Halperin, featuring different members of the TCU community. Starpoint students have been featured in the videos as well, helping them engage in a fun activity to learn about an important cause.