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  • Early Registration for New Students to Lee High School (9th-12th)

    AUGUST 18 – 20 8:00 AM TO 11:00AM • Student have to be zoned to LEE H.S • Up to date Immunizations Record • Birth certificate (original documents) • Social security card (original documents) • I.D of the parent • Proof of Residence • Previous School Records Registration will continue August 24th 8:00AM TO 11:00AM

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  • Lee High School Teachers' Externship with Vaughn Construction

    Not your typical training, as Lee High School teachers spent a week with Vaughn Construction employees.

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  • Graduation 2015

    Congratulations Graduates!!! Check out the pics from graduation. Do you want to share your pics? Email them to amamonto@houstonisd.org.

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  • Summer School STAAR Testing Dates

    The STAAR tests will be during the last week of Summer School: Monday, July 6th- English I ; Tuesday, July 7th- Algebra I & US History; Wednesday, July 8th- English II; and Thursday, July 9th- Biology.

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  • Students celebrate excellent attendance and more at superhero bash

    Lee High School hosted their fifth annual Perfect Attendance Outstanding Student Bash on May 21, 2015.

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  • Summer School

    Summer School at Lee will be from June 3rd to July 10th, Monday to Thursday, 8:00 a.m.to 3:00 p.m. Breakfast will be from 7:30a.m.to 8:00 a.m. Student ID required.

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  • Summer Bridge Program

    Join the the Summer Bridge Program at Lee High School! Incoming freshmen can become familiar with the campus, meet some of their teachers, learn about extra-curricular activities available to them, explore career pathways, and begin to create new friendships. You will also learn essential skills needed to succeed in high school and career exploration. The Linked Learning Summer Bridge Program will run from 8 am to 3 pm Monday-Thursday, June 3rd to 25th .

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  • Prom Night

    Lee students created new memories together at Prom Night. See the photos!

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  • Empty Bowls Houston 2015

    Lee High School Artwork appears on local news for Empty Bowls Houston 2015! Thanks to all of our Generals who participated in making and donating bowls for this event! We made over 100 bowls and raised several hundreds of dollars for the Houston Food Bank! Also, thank you KHOU for showcasing our student work and advertising the event! Click headline to view news clip..

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  • Teacher of the Year Banquet

    Mr. Urrutia and Ms. Diaz joined other teachers across the District for this year's Teacher of the Year Banquet at the Hilton Americas Hotel downtown.

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  • Spring Chamber Music Concert

    LEE HIGH BAND presenting selections from J S Bach, Satie, The Beatles, Mussorgsky & others. Its absolutely FREE...Performances by Lee High Guitar Ensemble, Lee High Percussion Ensemble & Select Soloists

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  • Spring Jazz Concert

    The 3rd ANNUAL SPRING BAND CONCERT is on May 20, 2015 @ 6.00 pm at the Lee High School Auditorium. Come & join us for FREE... Enjoy the performances by Lee High Jazz Ensemble & Lee High Jazz Combo.

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  • STAAR Olympic Finals - Apollo - 2015-16

    Congratulations to all Apollo participants! Download the PDF with photos here.

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  • Lee students will hold an organizing meeting to help survivors of the Nepal earthquake.

    Faculty and staff are welcome. WHEN/WHERE: Thursday A Lunch-Room 314:,Thursday B Lunch-Room 222 ; Thursday After-School: Room 314. AGENDA We will discuss fundraising efforts, dates, times, etc. BENEFITING Survivors of the Nepal earthquake.

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  • The Traveler April issue is out

    Learn about the 10-class block schedule for next year, our top ten seniors, prom style tips, how to handle money, and other interesting stories.

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  • Aquatic Science Field Trip 2015

    Our aquatic science students were on an Aquatic Science Field Trip to Moody Gardens in Galveston for an exciting encounter with a wide range of aquatic species in there…

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  • Students work with online tutors using Elevate

    Two-hundred eighty-two students are now using Elevate every day at Lee. Students use PowerUp technology plus headsets and writing slates to communicate live with online tutors during STAAR Review courses in English, Algebra I, and Biology.

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  • Lee High School Theater Production Company

    Places First in the UIL One Act Competition! - See the photos.

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  • The Traveler now also online

    Our school newspaper, The Traveler, is now also downloadable as a PDF, either in high or low definition, in full color. Enjoy all our issues starting with September 2014.

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  • Demolition Begins

    On Monday March 23, construction crews began the demolition of the 600 wing and the JROTC area. The south side of the school on Skyline drive will be demolished first. That is where the new building will be built.

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  • Teachers of the Year

    Congratulations to Mr. Urrutia - Algebra I, and Ms. Diaz - Biology, our Lee High School Teachers of the Year! A very close election, and a very high distinction that makes us all proud.

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  • RIGOR Online launches at Lee!

    RIGOR stands for Reaching Individual Goals through Online Readiness. Students: Get involved and claim your free popcorn!

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  •  DACA

    DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)

    USCIS will start accepting requests under the expanded DACA program this Wednesday (February 18, 2015)

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  • Visit our online art gallery!

    Lee Generals are hard at work, developing skills and expressing themselves through Fine Art.

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    Cyber Safety

    Our young adults using the internet must be aware of issues like cyber-bullying, cyber safety and digital citizenship. Know more about these issues.

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  •  Cell phone and ear bud FREE school

    Cellular phone free school

    To minimize distractions and make our school safe, our school policy does NOT allow students to use portable communication devices. This includes cellular phones, smartphones, pagers, beepers, ipads, ipods, tablets, earbuds, and earphones. STUDENTS: if you are bringing a device on campus, please remember to turn it off and put it away. We do not want to see any phones anywhere on campus, including classrooms, hallways, restrooms, or the cafeteria. You may turn your device back on after dismissal when you leave campus. Visible cell phones will be confiscated by teachers and staff and will be charged a 15 dollar storage and return fee; Earbuds will require a 5 dollar fee; these devices must be picked-up by a parent. Tahnk you for your support to minimize distractions and make our school safe.

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  • Get your laptop Today!

    Dear Parents: More than 80% of our students now have laptops and teachers are preparing lessons to take advantage of this technology. If your child does not have a laptop, he or she will fall behind. The security deposit to get a laptop is $25 and it may be paid in installments of $5 or $10. Please send the money with your student as soon as possible so he or she may receive a laptop.

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  • Parent Learning Workshop - Saturday October 18 at 9:00 AM

    There will be free food, colleges and universities, STAAR testing information. Over 20 community resources will be on site, as well FREE daycare during the workshop for children 3 to 8 years old. We will also raffle 2 IPODS and a radio sound system. Student who attend will earn a free dress pass. Please remember to attend this important Workshop for parents!

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  • No more Saturday Tutorials!

    Beginning Friday Oct 10, we will hold tutorials on Fridays from 3:30 - 5:00 for all TAKS and December re-testers. They will earn a Free Dress Pass, snacks and prizes! This will take the place of Saturday tutorials.

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  • PSAT Test on Wednesday Oct 15!

    The PSAT test for all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will take place Wednesday, October 15th. Invitations will go out Friday October 10. It is important students arrive on time because once testing begins they will NOT be allowed to test. Be in school no later than 7:45 AM.

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  • 11th and 12th Grade Open Hosue

    Will take place on Wednesday September 10 from 6 to 8 PM.You will get to know the teachers and staff at Lee, members of our community, and the exciting things happening at Lee this school year. Also during Open House, parents will learn more about the student PowerUp laptop program. You will have a chance to pay the handling fee and turn-in the signed Laptop Loan Agreement.

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  • 9th and 10th Grade Open House

    Will take place on Tuesday September 9 from 6 to 8 PM.You will get to know the teachers and staff at Lee, members of our community, and the exciting things happening at Lee this school year. Also during Open House, parents will learn more about the student PowerUp laptop program. You will have a chance to pay the handling fee and turn-in the signed Laptop Loan Agreement.

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  • Welcome to 2014-2015 video by Lee TV

    Lee students show a welcome video on the first day of school. Includes interviews with students and principal Jonathan Trinh.

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  •  Lee High School Pep Rally

    Lee Generals advance to State's semi-finals in soccer. An historic event for HISD athletics. Live stream of this event at: www.youtube.com/leetvmedia

    Lee High School's boys' soccer team has advanced to the 4A UIL state soccer tournament for its first time.

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  • The Girls Varsity Wrestling Team Makes it to State

    Juniors Ixchel Perez and Cindy Pena qualify for the UIL State Championships taking place in Garland, TX on February 14th & 15th.

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  •  Lee HS Band

    The Houston Chronicle features Lee HS emerging band program.

    For the first time in more than a decade, the band at Lee High School is putting on a show on the field for football games.

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  • HB5 Bill New STAAR Test Requirements

    STAAR Testing requires you to pass 15 STAAR Tests in order to graduate. Not anymore! As of now, the bill that was passed by Texas only requires you to pass 5 STAAR subject tests in order to graduate.

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