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Opened in 1999 as one of the most technologically advanced schools in Texas, Hebron High School offers those in grades 9 through 12 an education that's second to none. Rated "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency, its outstanding curriculum includes college advanced-placement courses, the Learning Enrichment Academic Program (LEAP) for gifted students, special needs classes, tutorial programs, a dyslexia program, computer labs, and a full selection of arts and athletic activities. In addition to offering a wide-range of academic options, Hebron also offers the advantages of a four-year high school over the two and three-year programs of some other schools in the area. Opportunities for student participation are greater at four-year high schools, especially in athletics that involve a fixed number of team members per grade level. Smaller class size is another advantage at Hebron, which can impact student performance and college acceptance. For more information call 469-713-5183.
Career Center East (CCE) gives Lewisville ISD a state-of-the-art career training facility. The programs offered at CCE are designed to prepare students in the pursuit of higher education technology studies or to provide professional certifications for technology-based employment opportunities immediately after high school. Students attending CCE will study several new high level technology-based programs as well as many established technology programs. All courses will be offered in a two-period block and available to all eligible LISD high school students. For more information call 469-713-5211.
"What begins here will change the world," is the motto of the new Killian Middle School. Killian opened in August of 2007 and serves grades 6 through 8 with the most technologically advanced campus in Lewisville ISD. Each classroom has a SmartBoard(tm) surround sound to enhance the learning experience. The Mustang students enjoy two computer labs, two gymnasiums, a technology education lab and a home economics lab. Killian Middle School, "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency, offers a diverse range of advanced educational programs including the LEAP gifted program and pre-advanced placement classes. Students are able to choose from a wide range of athletic and arts electives. Some extracurricular activities include Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and cheerleading. For more information call 469-713-5977.
Castle Hills Elementary School, rated "Exemplary" by the Texas Education Agency, opened its doors in the fall of 2002 and offers its Kindergarten through 5th grade students many distinctive opportunities to grow and learn. They include LEAP gifted program, art, music, library enrichment, and state-of-the-art computer lab. The school's motto is "Believe, Achieve, and Succeed." For more information call 469-713-5952.
Independence became the flagship technology elementary school for Lewisville ISD upon opening in August 2008. Rated "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency, the school features SmartBoards(tm) surround sound to enhance the learning experience, suspended video projector screens, a fully equipped computer lab, and technology education classes with new laptops and library with puppet theater. Independence serves pre-kindergarten through 5th grade students and offers various academic programs including LEAP gifted program, Multi-sensory Program, Extended School Day Program, Student Council, and University Interscholastic League academic competition. The school-wide curriculum includes use of thinking maps, brace maps, tree maps, anchor charts and more to help students organize thoughts, promote vocabulary growth, as well as enhance reading and writing comprehension. Small class sizes and low student teacher ratio are also advantages for Independence students. Their patriotic school colors include red, white and blue with an Eagle as their mascot. The school motto is "Believe, Achieve, and Soar." For more information call 469-713-5212.
The Colony High School supports its goal of setting high expectations for students and encouraging them to reach beyond average by accepting challenges through the availability of Advanced Placement (AP) classes and a variety of extracurricular activities. All students at The Colony are issued iPads for the school year to assist them in class and with homework. For more information about The Colony High School, visit http://tchs.lisd.net/ or call 469-713-5178.
Recognizing that the quality of life, both today and in the future, depends upon the quality of education provided by public schools, Griffin Middle School is dedicated to education and committed to meeting the needs of every student. All Griffin students are issued iPads for the school year to assist them in class and with homework. For more information about Griffin Middle, visit http://griffin.lisd.net/ or call 469-713-5973.
The mission of Morningside Elementary is to create a safe educational environment where students are able to reach their full potential academically, socially, physically and morally. Morningside is committed to maintaining high standards of excellence and dedicating its efforts so that students can obtain life-long skills and positive attitudes, which will empower them to be successful, life-long learners and respectful, responsible and productive citizens. For more information about Morningside Elementary, visit http://morningside.lisd.net/ or call 469-713-5970.
Established in 1995, Polser strives to give every student kindergarten through 5th grade a safe, nurturing, inclusive and exible environment and believes meaningful and relevant work engages students in profound learning. A digital learning environment and multiple distinguished after-school clubs and programs provide engaging, innovative experiences for all learners.
Creek Valley Middle School engages learners through the use of technological tools to access, create and share content as well as collaborate with other learners throughout the world. A wide variety of activities creates the opportunity for every student to have a profound and diverse learning environment. Creek Valley strives to develop and implement meaningful, varied assessments that inform and inspire students and educators for continuous improvement and growth in a way that transforms learning and teaching.
Realizing the importance of quality schools and their impact on the community, the Castle Hills development team took an active role to enhance the future for resident children by creating The Castle Hills Schools Foundation. This unique, nonprofit organization is expected to generate $1 million annually in perpetuity and is funded by a fee of 1/2 of 1 percent of the sales price on the transfer of all real property within the community. The system assures that families living in Castle Hills will continue to receive innovative, generously funded educational support for their children for many years to come.
Since its inception in 1999, the Schools Foundation has distributed over $9.6 million to local schools and scholarships. Castle Hills Elementary School, Independence Elementary School, Creek Valley Middle School, Killian Middle School and Hebron High School have received the majority of the funds, but any non-profit school with five or more students from Castle Hills is eligible. Castle Hills homeowners serve on the Foundation Advisory Boards and make recommendations on how each school uses their awarded funds. Funds may be applied to teacher salary supplements, additional technology purchases for classrooms, subsidized day care centers, and other services as needs are determined.
For more information email Vicki Vaughn or call 972-410-6500.
The Schools Foundation is also dedicated to the higher education of children in Castle Hills. College tuition expenses may be reimbursed up to a lifetime maximum of $10,000 per eligible child, regardless of income. The Foundation awards students $1,000 per year for 12 to 23 earned college credit hours and the annual maximum of $2,000 for completion of 24 or more hours. To be eligible, the student must be the child of a Castle Hills property owner, attend an accredited two- or four-year college, and must be younger than 24 years of age or younger at the beginning of the academic semester. Applications are available May 31st of each year and must be submitted by September 1st for consideration.
For complete rules email Vicki Vaughn or call 972-410-6500.
Disclaimer: Schools listed reflect Lewisville Independent School District's Boundary Map at time of publication and are subject to change. For more information: www.LISD.net