District taking look at how to better provide services
In their latest list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools for 2016, The Washington Post listed Lamar High School at rank 277, once again placing it within the top 1% nationally.
Back in September 2017, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) stated they were conducting a study to examine the degree of content overlap between the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and some national tests (SAT suite of assessments and ACT/ACT Aspire) to update the allowable substitute assessments and cut scores that can be used in place of the STAAR End-of-Courses (EOCs) to meet graduation requirements.
The Soccer Boys had another great season this year. They received many awards and had three boys commit to play in college. Congrats to all players.
The Lamar High School community honors and celebrates its 80th anniversary with alumni from every graduating class. Lamar also broke ground on a new 21st century facility.