"Texas Education Agency 2014 Accountability Rating: "Met Standard"
Dear Eagle Family,
The first 9 weeks of school are now in the books. We look forward to finishing off the first semester strong. In the next coming weeks our basketball and wrestling seasons will kick-off. Also our CTE students will begin attending fall conferences and competitions. Our 3 small learning communities continue to host exciting activities every day.
San Elizario High School’s 9th Grade Academy (SE9) celebrated students that earned perfect attendance, A and A/B honor roll. They also continue to keep our freshmen focused on good behavior and academics. The 10th Grade Nest has started a new intervention initiative where teachers will meet in groups to address individual student academic needs. Select sophomores also took the PSAT. Over in University Avenue, our upper classmen have been busy taking the SAT and ACT. They also participated in our annual college fair, where over 40 college and university reps provided information to our students.
We are so proud of our band for advancing to the area competition in Lubbock. Our art club, piano students, library club, ROTC, theater students, and culinary arts chefs have all been excelling in their crafts. Keep an eye out for our next College& Career Readiness Open House in November. Then in December we will host our first ever Christmas Fair here at our school. See you around at one of our many games, student performances and competitions. Go Eagles!
Mrs. Maribel Guillen, M. Ed
Principal of San Elizario High School
The Original San Elizario High School campus was built in 1972, and was located next to Garcia Enriquez Middle School. The new, state of the art San Elizario High School and Vocational Facilities were built in 1997 and house students grades 9 through 12
San Elizario High School will prepare students to enter a four-year university or college of their choice by becoming a cutting-edge learning institution focused on advanced academics and college readiness.
||Our Mission Statement
To motivate students to "believe" in themselves and instill the "confidence" necessary, in them, to reach their post-secondary goals.