"Learning Today, To Defend Tomorrow."
Come learn about the upcoming project to relocate and rebuild the
High School for Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice. The agenda includes
project schedule and site considerations, as well as the next steps for creating
a 21st century facility that reflects your input and involvement.
For more information contact:
Shmecka Franklin (713) 867-5100
Typically, credit recovery courses will be taken online in computer labs under the supervision of Subject Area Specialists. Students can take up to two one-semester courses and can earn one credit. Only students who have taken a course and lost credit due to a failing grade or excessive absences are eligible to take that particular course(s) in credit recovery summer school. Students must attend class on campus. No more than two absences are permissible without losing credit for the course.
Attendance is Mandatory
- Students: June: 3, 2014 – July 10, 2014
- Time: 8:00am – 2:15pm
- Days: Monday - Thursday
- July 3rd: NO SCHOOL
STAAR/ TAKS Testing
July 7 – 11
English Department’s summer reading assignments
LECJ ranked 50th out of 2200 schools nationwide in The Washington Post Challenge Index of the country's most challenging high schools!