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Senior Wins Chromebook Donated By Beckwith Electronic Engineering

Senior Wins Chromebook Donated By Beckwith Electronic Engineering

With the luck of the draw, senior Yahsmane “Manny” Elias won a Asus C300 Chromebook through the Career Center. Students had to apply to a minimum of three colleges to get their name in the drawing. The computer was provided by an Beckwith Electronic Engineering Company. Taylor Kirby, college advisor, solicited the donation an incentive to […]

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Swingin’ Christmas Information

Swingin’ Christmas Information

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Time To Step Up

Time To Step Up

Time flies fast, so every second counts. Most student’s think “I’ll focus on college when I’m a senior.”, “Well, all I need are good grades to get accepted.”, or ” Senior year is the most important year to focus on.”
The truth is every year is important because colleges round-up all your grades to average them out. Colleges also look at what else can you offer to their institution besides intelligence.

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Tips For Broadcasters

Tips For Broadcasters

To become a broadcaster, you’ll need to study and obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Broadcasting and Communications.

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Reminder: Skipping Is Prohibited On Campus

Reminder: Skipping Is Prohibited On Campus

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This Week’s Quote Of The Week

This Week’s Quote Of The Week

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Soccer Tryouts Scheduled

Soccer Tryouts Scheduled

Girls: Monday, Dec. 1 through Friday, Dec. 5 7:00 am – 8:15 am: Football field; (be prompt) Must attend all 5 days: Please bring your cleats, shin-guards, and running shoes.   Boys: Only for those not in the soccer athletic period Monday, Dec. 1 through Tuesday, Dec. 2 4:15am-5:00pm: Football Field In order to tryout, […]

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Congratulations Volleyball Girls

Congratulations Volleyball Girls

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Vols Clobber Rough Riders On Last Game Of The Season

Vols Clobber Rough Riders On Last Game Of The Season

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LeeTv Asks – What’s Your Least Favorite Movie?

LeeTv Asks – What’s Your Least Favorite Movie?

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Should Tiny Houses Stay Illegal?

Should Tiny Houses Stay Illegal?

The main reason Tiny Houses are illegal in the U.S. is due to zoning laws that state residences must include a certain width, room size, dwelling units, and minimum lot size. The only obstacle standing in the way of the tiny house movement is the ideology of an old doctrine that no longer serves a primary amenity in the modern U.S. culture.

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Don’t Be A Bully, It’s Not Cooly

Don’t Be A Bully, It’s Not Cooly

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Magnet School News

ISA Earns Second Place Ranking in Niche Poll

ISA Earns Second Place Ranking in Niche Poll

The International School of the Americas was named the 2nd best high school in San Antonio and the 22nd best in the state, earning an A+ Overall Niche Grade. Niche, a content ranking website that specializes in academic and city statistics, has released rankings of the Best Public High Schools in America. The list ranks 14,431 high […]

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‘Anything Goes’ Opens Thursday

‘Anything Goes’ Opens Thursday

North East School of the Arts proudly presents the Cole Porter musical comedy classic, ANYTHING GOES, as the opening production of NESA’s eighteenth theater season. With music and lyrics by Cole Porter, the original book of ANYTHING GOES was written by Guy Bolton, P.G.Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, then heavily revised by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman for the 1988 Broadway revival.

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BEST Robotics Qualifies for State Regional Finals

BEST Robotics Qualifies for State Regional Finals

The Lee High School B.E.S.T. (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics Team competed against 32 teams in the San Antonio Hub’s B.E.S.T. Robotics Competition at St. Mary’s University on Oct. 25. The team consisted of students from Lee, the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Academy, the International School of the Americas (ISA), and the North East School of the Arts (NESA). The Lee team placed 2nd in the robot contest and 2nd in the overall B.E.S.T. competition. The second place in robot earned one team member, Matthew Orta (a STEM senior), a $50,000.00 scholarship to St. Mary’s College of Engineering.

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Snapple Fact Of The Week

Snapple Fact Of The Week

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“Real Fact” #466: During the Boston Tea Party, 342 chests of tea were thrown into the harbor.

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Snapple Fact Of The Week

Snapple Fact Of The Week

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

“Real Fact” #725: Only female mosquitoes bite.

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Snapple Fact Of The Week

Snapple Fact Of The Week

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

“Real Fact #689: The roadrunner chases after its prey at a blurring speed of up to 25 mph.

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