Principal: Michael St. Ama MStAma@dallasisd.org
Counselor: Andrea Alexander firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor: Angela Marlin email@example.com
Grade Levels: 9-12
Trustee District: Maxie Johnson, District 5
School Division/Feeder Pattern:
Executive Director: Deardra Hayes-Whigham, PhD
PTO Information: PTO meeting dates and times are listed on our calendar and on the homepage under "Save the Date"
Uniform Information: Dallas ISD Student Dress Code Policy
School Colors: Purple and GoldMascot: EagleExtracurricular Activities Offered: See "Programs and Activities" Page
All students will graduate with a high school diploma and an associate's degree.Graduation Plan Endorsements
The goal of Lassiter Early College High School is for all students to graduate with high school diplomas and 60 or more credits—even earning an associate degree. The degree indicates completion of core requirements transferable to four-year colleges everywhere. The courses required to earn the degree are free of charge. In 2017, 53 students received their associate degrees through Lassiter Early College High School and El Centro College.The small size of Lassiter Early College High School allows faculty members to support students’ college coursework through tutoring, skill enrichment, and the kinds of relationships that motivate students to do great work. Those relationships create a family atmosphere, enhanced by close friendships and select activities that supplement students’ academic lives.Lassiter Early College High School is proud to be the flagship of Dallas Independent School District’s dual-credit programs. For over 25 years, students traditionally underserved by higher education have had the benefit of earning their high school diplomas at El Centro College while enjoying success in college classes.Lassiter Early College High School is proud of the work of its students, parents, and staff in meeting state accountability and earning 7 distinctions for both 2016 and 2017.
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