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"Texas Education Agency 2013 Accountability Rating: "Met Standard"
Mrs. Guillen

 Dear Eagle Family, 

Happy New Year 2014!  I want to thank everyone for an excellent first semester.  Our school is averaging almost a 96% attendance rate each month and that is a tribute to the level of dedication from our parents and students.  Our teachers are committed to our students as well and it shows in the fact that we have the lowest failure rates in the entire district.  Academics is a priority at SEHS and for the second nine weeks we had over 322 students on the honor-roll.  That’s 1/3 of our entire population!

Our 3 communities are progressing and becoming stronger and closer each day.  Mrs. Chavez and SE9 celebrated their first semester in existence by rewarding their students with honor roll banquets and birthday recognitions.  There’s always a buzz at the 10th Grade Nest with Ms. Jaksch, the art club, band, ROTC and all their clubs.  University Avenue (UA) led the way with 115 seniors on the honor roll.  Wow!  Ms. Franco and her team are gearing up for FAFSA night and scholarship season.  Mr. Rojas continues to work hard to ensure that all our students are safe and involved in school activities.  I am lucky to have a strong and dedicated admin team working with me on a daily basis.  

I want to wish our soccer, baseball, and softball programs a great season.  In addition, best of luck to our 3 state qualifiers in the BPA state competition in Austin next month.  Thank you for reading our newspaper, “El Aguila” and supporting our journalism students.  Please visit our campus website to view our weekly bulletin of events, photo galleries, and other interesting information.  GO EAGLES!!           

 

Mrs. Maribel Guillen, M Ed.
Principal of San Elizario High School


 

 Eagle 2 About Us

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

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Vision Statement

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.



 eaglemission Our Mission Statement

To motivate students to "believe" in themselves and instill the "confidence" necessary, in them, to reach their post-secondary goals.


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