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Artists Win at National Scholastic Art and Writing Contest

Artists Win at National Scholastic Art and Writing Contest

Three student artists were National Medalists at the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Judges award 2,250 medals from the 17,000 submissions around the world. Awards were given to student artists from all over the United States and countries such as China, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, Arabia and the United Kingdom. Texas earned […]

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Jackson-Keller And Lee Are STAAR Test Ready

Jackson-Keller And Lee Are STAAR Test Ready

On Friday, March 27, Jackson-Keller Elementary School held a motivational STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiniess) pep-rally honoring 4th and 5th grade students. The pep rally consisted of the state champion Lee Drum Line led by Band Director Brannon Baker, performing throughout the pep-rally. Christina Alanis, Dance Director, introduced the Lee Cheerleaders and […]

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Lee Culinary Wins At St Phillip’s College Competition

Lee Culinary Wins At St Phillip’s College Competition

Lee High School once again takes the cake at the St. Philip’s Culinary Invitational. Students earned half of the medals awarded Friday, March 27. Culinary students Eunice Robledo and Enrico Sepulveda competed in the Mystery Basket part of the competition. Their beautiful pork plate earned a bronze medal. In the cake competition, Jesse Ortiz earned […]

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Snapple Fact Of The Week

Snapple Fact Of The Week

“Real Fact“ # 434 In the U.S. a pig has to weigh more than 180 lbs to be called a hog.

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Snapple Fact Of The Week

Snapple Fact Of The Week

“Real Fact“ # 383 Mount Katahdin in Maine is the first place in the U.S. to get sunlight each morning.

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Snapple Fact Of The Week

Snapple Fact Of The Week

“Real Fact“ # 844 One lump of sugar is equivalent to three feet of sugar cane.

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

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Vols Take Second in Boerne Soccer Tournament

Vols Take Second in Boerne Soccer Tournament

The varsity boys soccer team placed second in the Boerne ISD soccer tourney this weekend. They won three games and lost 1 in the finals to Pharr Valley View. The boys are currently ranked number nine in the city and have a record of 4-1-1. They face John Jay tonight, who is currently ranked number three in […]

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8th Grade Pep Rally Brings Out Hype From Vols

8th Grade Pep Rally Brings Out Hype From Vols

Two pep rallies were held in the main gym this morning, the first starting around 9:30 and the second starting around 10:30, for Jackson and Nimitz middle schools. Representatives from sports, magnet programs, band, and orchestra and from almost all clubs and organizations each had a turn speaking to the students about who they are, what they do and what they participate in. Performances from Rebel Rousers, NESA Dancers and band gave their all for the 8th graders.

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From LeeTV

Cadet Volunteers Serve The Community

Cadet Volunteers Serve The Community

“Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope” was the battle cry shouted by the Lee High School JROTC cadets after their Service Learning project was completed on March 20.  The cadets donating their time and efforts to support the San Antonio Food Bank. Cadet 2LT Tessa Gold helps back potatoes. The mission of the San Antonio Food Bank […]

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Are You Ready For Senior Week?

Are You Ready For Senior Week?

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Magnet School News

ISA Student Experience China For The First Time

ISA Student Experience China For The First Time

The ISA students enjoyed traditional Chinese style dining during their trip to China. Over spring break March 4-13, the International School of the Americas (ISA) took a group of 19 students and 4 teachers to China. This group traveled to Beijing, Xi’an, and Jiamusi while in China. They experienced Chinese culture, language, and food first […]

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Artists Receive National Recognition

Artists Receive National Recognition

Taking home top awards, three NESA seniors fared well at National Scholastic. They will travel to New York to receive their awards at Carnegie Hall presented by The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. Oleire Niyomungere – Gold Key winner for a self portrait painting Dylan Prince – Silver key winner  – painting Bixie Mathieu Daggett […]

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Students Celebrate Chinese New Year

Students Celebrate Chinese New Year

Thursday, Feb. 19, marked the start of the Lunar or Chinese New Year. The animal representing the year of 2015 is the Ram. The Lee High School/ISA (International School of the Americas)/NESA (North East School of the Arts)/STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) campuses celebrated in several ways that are unique to this year. Teachers […]

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“Real Fact“ # 20 Broccoli is the only vegetable that is also a flower.

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Rangel Named ESPN Athlete Of The Week

Rangel Named ESPN Athlete Of The Week

| March 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Former NFL All-Pro football player Dat Nguyen visited Lee High School to honor soccer player Christian Rangel. He was named the ESPN San Antonio High School Athlete of the Week by 1250 ESPN San Antonio. Lee administration, coaches, and his team were there to cheer him on as Nguyen presented him with the certificate. “Follow […]

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