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Lancaster, TX
Students enrolled: 1,748

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200 East Wintergreen Road
Lancaster, TX 75134

(972) 218-1800
(972) 218-3080
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March 04, 2014
I have been pleased with the teachers my daughter has had. She's happy at the school and is performing well. They are doing a great job. I've never had any problems getting in contact with them for any matter.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2014
As a parent I am not satisfied with the teachers at this school. They don't help the parents when it comes to important issues in regards to grades and helping the student succeed.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2013
A school with a committed faculty is of utmost importance to me as a parent. Lancaster's teachers honestly care and go above and beyond to give students every opportunity to succeed. My son's experience has been great. The many different programs and activities offered at LHS should never be underestimated.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2013
My son just graduated from LHS as part of the 2013 class. Since arriving in his freshman year, the school has only continued to flourish. All of the different academic options offered and teachers who fostered a culture of success have paid off for my son, who received a generous scholarship to a four year college where he plans to study business management. I have a daughter entering eighth grade and I'm looking forward to the opportunities that will be offered once she enters in fall 2014. Thanks to everyone at Lancaster High School. I am definitely a parent who doesn't hide her tiger pride!

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2013
I like that this school keeps you updated to when there are events, report cards and weather emergencies. I really like that the have a variety of programs for the children. I think as for how the children sometimes behave less than stellar (some not all) can be attributed to the parent involvement as well. I wish that Texas did not have to focus on the test as much as allowing children to learn there is more to the world than just Texas. So far seems safe. The more you put in as a parent the more your child gets as a student.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2012
This school offers a lot of different opportunities for students. I am satisfied with the programs and level of teacher commitment at LHS.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2012
The teachers and administration deserve acknowledgment for a great school year and their hard work in making the school better than it was before. As a proud tiger parent, your efforts didn't go unnoticed by us and we are looking forward to an even more productive 2012-13 school year. To the previous parent commenter, I recognize that no school is a 100 percent match for every student and the transition from a smaller school to a large public high school can be difficult for some. While my son's LHS experience has been wonderful and we are pleased with the education he receives there, I wish your daughter all the best at her new school.

- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2012
I have mixed reviews of this school. My daughter came from a smaller school and was introduced to the public school atmosphere. I was not and am not all that impressed. She did had an English teacher who I can say really cared so I do have to give props where they are due. I had the opportunity to walk my daughter to her first period class on an occasion or two and her teacher was virtually clueless. I understand that everyone will have their own experiences.....but ours was not one to be bragged on. She will not be returning to LHS, but instead to a private school where the classes are smaller and the environment alot more structured.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2012
I moved here from Tennessee and this was my son's first year in Lancaster. My assessment of the high school is a good one. He has a learning disability and the resources made available to him have been fantastic. He's a much better student now that he was on the first day. Through different activities and events at the school, it has been easy for him to come out of his shell and make new friends. At his old school, the teachers didn't encourage students to be productive and community support for the schools was weak at best. In Lancaster, it is the complete opposite. We love it.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2012
Lancaster High School has wonderful teachers and a variety of academic programs. My daughter is thriving there.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2011
The caring attitude of the teachers and staff is a big plus. I am pleased with the school.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2011
I THINK THAT THE TEST SCORES FROM LAST YEAR SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES...OUR CURRENT SENIOR CLASS DID AN AWESOME JOB BRINGING THOSE SCORES WAY UP. NOW IF WE WOULD INSTILL IN THESE "PARENTS" THAT SOME CHILDREN HAVE THAT THE SCORES ARE VERY IMPORTANT THAT WOULD BE AWESOME. THE ONE PROBLEM THERE IS ON THIS CAMPUS IS THAT THE PARENTS, GUARDIANS, ADULTS IN OUR STUDENTS LIVES CALL THEM ON THEIR CELL PHONES DURING CLASSES AND ALSO TEXT THEM. THESE STUDENTS HAVE BEEN DIRECTED TO USE THE CELL PHONES IN THE CAFETERIA ONLY WITH PERMISSION OF THE NEW PRINCIPAL. PLEASE CALL THE SCHOOL AND GET THE MESSAGES TO YOUR CHILDREN THROUGH THE SWITCHBOARD. SIGN UP FOR HOME ACCESS TO CHECK GRADES AND ATTENDANCE SO THERE ARE NO MISTAKES OR SURPRISES WHEN PROGRESS REPORTS AND REPORT CARDS COME OUT. BE PROACTIVE, COME TO THE HIGH SCHOOL AND CHECK ON YOUR CHILDREN, COME EAT LUNCH WITH THEM, WALK THE HALLS AND SIT IN THE CLASSROOMS. CHECK OUT THE BACKPACKS THEY CARRY AND SEE HOW MUCH JUNK FOOD THEY CARRY INTO CLASSES NOT ONLY FOR PERSONAL USE, BUT TO SELLTO OTHER STUDENTS. THIS IS NOT PERMISSABLE AND WE AS TEACHERS HAVE TO TURN THEM IN FOR DOING SO. E MAIL US AND ASK QUESTIONS IF YOU NEED INFORMATION.

- submitted by a teacher
July 06, 2011
MY SON ATTENDS LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL HE IS A PART OF THE LPA AND IT IS THE BEST PROGRAM YET. MY SON IS VERY ENGAGED AND EAGER TO LEARN.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2011
Great school, my son is a graduate from Lancaster High. The teachers are good leaders and role models

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2011
I'm a member of the graduating class of 2011. I valued the educational opportunities that were offered to me at Lancaster and feel adequately prepared to continue my studies in college. I want to thank all of the teachers and administrators for four fulfilling years that will have a lifelong impact.

- submitted by a student
June 12, 2011
I cant understand why there are parents saying this school is good. I honestly believe there are students who are adding some reviews. I've sat in on three different occations while I was on vacation to find out what was going on at school. The teachers were not there in 5 out of 7 classes ALL THREE DAYS. I went back to do another visit two weeks later and 4 out of 7 classes the original teachers weren't there. Most of the time the sub and original teachers (the ones who were there) were spent yelling and screaming at the kids (Yes, even in the AP classes) telling the kids to sit down and be quiet. Im the same person who put the comment in on March 31, 2011 Half the time I think parents send these kids to school just to get them out the house. It seems as if these kids have very little home training!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2011
This school has some wonderful course offerings and programs. The principal is great. I'm glad to read comments from other parents who also recognize the many attributes of this school. In fact, the majority of comments posted over the last two school year's have been largely positive, evidence that Lancaster High School is headed for better things in the coming years.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2011
ATTN: PARENTS A SURPRISE VISIT MAY HELP YOU UNDERSTAND why things are the way the are, I was there a few time the teachers have to spend class time saying sit down be quite, students cursing and running around like there 7 and 8. VISIT VISIT VISIT................

- submitted by a community member
April 04, 2011
My child is doing great at LHS (please excuse the typo in my previous response) and her teachers are good. As others have said, the school has improved and continues to get better. I'm proud of the work being done there. Rumors that this school is closing are just that, rumors.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2011
We are happy with the school's leadership and the excellent teachers. Academics and academic offerings have improved. I commend those who have contributed to the school's phenomenal turnaround for the better!

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2011
I can't believe some of the remarks being made about my school. A lot of great things are happening here and I want to make that clear to all of the people viewing this website. I'm proud to be a member of the Tiger family!

- submitted by a student
January 08, 2011
this school is great it has great teaching techniques its in a good environment and the staff is great so if you want your children in a good school where they will actually learn then send them here

- submitted by a student
January 06, 2011
Based on the experiences of my daughter during the first half of the 2010-2011 year, along with the encounters I've had as an involved parent with her teachers and the administration, I am impressed with L.H.S. She is excelling there! This is our first year in Lancaster schools. In doing my research, I read all of the comments on GreatSchools.com. I contacted district officials with any questions or concerns I had and always received a prompt response. I checked to see if the course offerings at the school were similar to those at her previous high school and they were. I even attended a few school and district events with my daughter during the latter half of the '09-'10 school year to get a better feel for things. After doing all of this and hearing the opinions of parents with kids attending L.H.S., we decided to give the school a chance and it was definitely the right decision.

- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2010
The delimma that I am facing is this..My daughter is going to be a sophmore for the '11-'12 school year and her education is above all THE most important thing to me..I understand LHS is a work in progress, but what does that do for the current students?? The one's who have the weather the storm..How are the extracurricular arts (Choir, Orchestra, etc.) advancing? The plan is to move to TX and she is to attend LHS, but sacrificing now is not what she needs to do to enhance her future..The negative comments are unfortunately outweighing the positive, which makes the decision a little difficult..Hopefully I get a better grasp when I speak with the administration, and can put my concerns at ease about the school..For now, LHS (students, staff, and admin) do what you have to do..Just KEEP MOVING FORWARD!!!

- submitted by a community member
May 09, 2010
I'm the parent of a child at Lancaster High School. Despite some of the earlier comments, my child has had good teachers and is excelling academically. To just negatively generalize all students attending this school is wrong. My child and many others are well-behaved and doing the right things to succeed. Parents, put yourself in your child's shoes for a moment. If you were a student and read comments that devalued your hard work and commitment to obtaining a good education, how would you feel? My definition of a great school is one where the administration and teachers care about their students. From personal experience, I've seen that at LHS.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 27, 2010
The students are out of control & the teachers are just there to get a check. In my 7 years in this district, there has only been 2 teachers who made a difference in my kids lives. My kid is sitting in a spanish class where the original teacher quit & the sub does not speak spanish. I walked in the class one day & the students were calling role while the sub appeared to be just BSing around. Homosexuality if a way of life. Regarding the other postings about this school that says they are from the parents....I don't believe that crap. I can't think of one parent that I've come across in 7 years that's pleased this district. As far as PTA meetings, I've joined & never received any info about it and has never gone to a meeting.

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2010
To echo the sentiments of parents who responded earlier, I'm pleased with this school.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2010
I'm a Lancaster High School student and my experience has been a positive one. The bottom line is that students who come to school wanting a good education will get one. Throughout my time here, I have had very supportive teachers. There are rules and some of the policies are strictly enforced. For those of us who follow them, it isn't a major issue. I have relatives who attend different high schools where order has completely broken down to the point that all students' education is negatively impacted. That is not the case at LHS. Our school has a great future ahead of it.

- submitted by a student
March 26, 2010
I am not to please with Lancaster High School or the Lancaster ISD Staff. Being a student coming from from Irivng ISD I was not able to adjust to the enviornment. I basically felt like a student transferring to a school in Crenshaw CA. The principal Roosevelt Niven is more concerned about diciplince and seems as if he doesnt care about us the students. To be quite honestly I feel as if I am a money bag walking around just to put a quick dollar in some of these teachers pockets. I rate LHS a 2 out of 10

- submitted by a student
March 01, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2009
I attend Lancaster High School and I am very pleased with this school. I have great teachers who care about their students. Although some people continue to make disparaging comments about LHS or look down on the students who go there, it is not a bad school. I'm proud to be a member of the Tiger family.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 15, 2009
I attended Lancaster High School my whole 4 years of high school. I feel that the school district as a whole needs reorganization. I have never came face to face with such rude, unorganized people. From the principal on down, this school justify the thought of 'schools in the hood, performing lower than schools in the suburbs' because these such a lack of encouagement. The school seems to focus more on disciplinary issues than academics and encouraging its students to be all they can be. I would never sent my children to this school because I would not want them to go throught what I went though.

- submitted by a student
July 08, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
no rating June 04, 2009
I am an involved parent at LHS and I feel we are making good progress in educating children. Communication is key when the outcome is learning and parent involvement. There are some very devoted teachers and staff members at our school that I feel really put 'Children First'. Let's stay positive and have open and honest communication via email or phone with our teachers and staff. It takes all of us working together to make sure all children achieve their highest potential.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 01, 2009
i currently go to LHS and i believe that there should be more parent involvement and more teachers taking responsibility for what and how they teach. the students need to become more interested in their work. I also think we should be changed to a performing arts school. there are so many talented children at this school but they just dont know how and when to express themselves.

- submitted by a student
April 11, 2009
I am a mother of three kids in Lancaster schools. My oldest son attends Lancaster High School. I agree with the posts made on February 19, 2009 and April 2, 2009. As an active parent, I have witnessed the improvements that have been made recently. The good things that are happening at this school rarely make the headlines while anything negative gets blown completely out of proportion. Those stories are then seized upon mostly by people outside of the district who use it as a way to bash or unfairly stereotype all Lancaster students. An overwhelming majority of LHS students are good kids doing all the right things. I am satisfied with the education my son is receiving at LHS. He attends a state-of-the-art campus with the latest technology, has a wide variety of activities and programs to choose from, and my experiences with his teachers have been favorable.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2009
TAKS scores will not be back for the High School until May!!!! I am sure that our students will prove all the 'haters' wrong. I challenge the pessimistic people who, most likely, have not even been on our campus to witness the outstanding things happening at LHS. Can you imagine someone telling you child they are failures and there is no way they can make it in life? that is what you are doing to the students at LHS when you bad mouth and attack the school. Don't assume everything you hear is true. Get informed of the facts - then talk!

- submitted by a teacher
no rating March 30, 2009
I hated going to Lancaster High until this year, now we have a challenging program (IB). I enjoy what we go through at this school and I know that it will better my future. I encourage any parent who wants their child to have the best future to enter them into the IB program at any school that provides it.

- submitted by a student
March 12, 2009
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March 03, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2009
LHS has continued to make progress this year. We have great administrators who care about our students. There are also excellent programs and course offerings for highly motivated students. Lancaster is a nice community with a high school bursting with potential.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating December 01, 2008
I am really disappointed in the new High School. All The schools use to be recognized schools and now they are low preforming schools. I feel when you have Problems with the top administrators it filters to the bottom. The teachers are unprofessional, there diction and speech is worst than street thug lanuage.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2008
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- submitted by a student
October 16, 2008
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October 01, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2008
Lancaster is an improving district, the administration is really improving, it's growing pains.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2008
I believe in the leadership and staff at this school, trying to provide the best education we can for the children in our care. it takes a long time to turn a big ship, but the commitment is there.

- submitted by a teacher
March 28, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating March 15, 2008
this school is very strict but its for the best. because some parents dont teach there kinds how to act. some teaches just want a check and could care less about the kids and our problems.

- submitted by a student
February 14, 2008
This school should be avoided in any way possible. Do not work there nor send your child there. The management of the school is inconsistent, confusing, and reactive instead of proactive. Good teachers refuse to work there, so the only teachers Lancaster can get are beginning teachers who find jobs elsewhere as quickly as possible and justifiably so. Lancaster is nothing but an inner city school that just happens to not be in an inner city. Assistant principals are so overwhelmed by discipline problems that they have no time to do anything else that could help the school to get better. The school clientele (students and parents) come from a culture of poverty. They don't think they should follow rules, even something as simple as a dress code. This place is just unreal and should be avoided. It has to be one of the worst high schools in the state.

- submitted by a community member
October 22, 2007
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- submitted by a student
September 23, 2007
I really feel that the district is much more worried about breaking rules like wearing a clear belt instead of a black or brown one. The administrators and teachers stick together and there is no disputing anything any one of them says you are wasting your breath. Your child is wrong all of the time no matter any of the circumstances leading up to the suspension. The staff from office to administration is unprofessional and child like. They bring themselves down to the children's level rather than handling issues as adults and leaders should. This year already 3 weeks into the school year I have filed two complaints on the unfair treatment of my child. There are a few teachers who care but they are outnumbered!

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2007
Lancaster High school needs a lot of improvement especially the teachers

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2007
The Lancaster ISD needs complete overhauling, staff and teachers. They teach with no direction, no vision. This is apparent in the performance of the students. The teachers don't remember the students unless they have been in trouble, what a unique way of labeling. The communication between the school and parents is almost non-existence. When something is happening usually the parents find out when it's over or past. When the teachers should be available for the parent/teacher conference they aren't. Many of the teachers don't know the average grade in their class, so they can't possibly know how effective their teaching is. Bottom line Lancaster ISD needs teachers who want to be there and want to teach, not teachers who chose this as an alternative job.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2007
I think the school is coming along fine. I feel that the school could use more seasoned teachers and reduced size of class per teacher in order to create a better learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
December 19, 2006
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October 19, 2006
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- submitted by a student
July 18, 2006
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- submitted by a student
May 08, 2006
Lancaster isn't the most amazing school in Texas but if you are actually interested in learning then the teachers will go out of their way to make sure you learn something.

- submitted by a student
April 21, 2006
The Teachers are very didicated to helping the students to pass tests. My brother had some obstacles prior to graduation and the staff worked with my parents to make sure he graduated on time.

- submitted by a former student
April 10, 2006
My son attended Lancaster High school, it a pretty good school if your child is in the AP or gift and talented program.

- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2006
My children have attended Lancaster High for two and three years and it is the best of five schools they have ever been to. the teaching is very good.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2006
My son has attended Lancaster ISD for two years now. Now that he is in high school he has been subjected to demanding peer pressure. Students are rude, inconsiderate and have no respect for teachers, parents or themselves. The first two six weeks of school my son was without a World Geography teacher. We need teachers to teach and not try to be friends with the students. I am astonished to the fact that he hardly ever has homework in any of his classes. Where is the reinforcement for the students? Also, I know Dr. Lewis is trying to change Lancaster but if we do not get the parents involved and demand involvement the school environment will never change.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2006
I have 4 students at Lancaster High. Im very unhappy with the teachers. No communication you send emails. The teachers act as though your bothering them when you speak with them about your student. I wish I would have done more research on the school before we purchased a home in the Lancaster area.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
January 11, 2006
I have been disappointed in the level of education my children have received. The focus is on sports and many parents transfer their children to Lancaster just for that, but be certain they will have trouble passing the SAT. Quality education is more important to me and is the reason why I will not send any more of my children to this school.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2006
I think that LancasterISD is Trash,we spend several days on the Science Project when my son/daughter turned the information in they only wanted the poster board and not the actual experiment,what's the purpose of completing the Science Projects? They will suspend students who did not turn in the information. Every break students have assignments,which I don't mind the summer break assignments but Thanksgiving,Christmas, Spring Break that's not good.

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2005
In Lancaster High School there are numerous extracurricular activities. They have sports that everyone can play, and they offer a great band program. When it come to academics the school can be lacking. The school board expects every student to be at least one AP class, yet they do not have the proper instructors or the material that a students needs to succeed in these classes. The school boards takes no notice of various complaints from students and paretns. There are few faculty members that have a degree required in order to insure the students understand the broader concepts of AP learning.

- submitted by a former student
no rating August 28, 2005
The way the school is set up with the freshman seperate than the upper-classmen is fine to me.

- submitted by a student
August 20, 2005
Lancaster school district is in the middle of a population explosion. We have passed a $110 million dollar bond package that must be used for new construction or renovation of existing structures ONLY! We will finally have much needed room for student education. New Teacher Academy,International Baccalaureate Program, high teacher retention,highly qualified certifed teachers,as well as, administrators are just a few of the many reasons why Lancaster I.S.D. is on it's way to becoming an exemplary school district. Parental involvement needs to improve dramatically for educational success to be realized. Less complaining, more committment!

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2005
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- submitted by a student
August 15, 2005
This school is one of the worst high schools tha t my children have been to in the dallas area. it is poorly organized and they have a bad reputation for suspending students for even the smallest infraction of rules. Teachers don't teach, and a lot of them have very bad attitudes. It is like a jail.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2005
It's not much worse than other schools, but lacks money. If you want resources, be prepared to find them yourself.

- submitted by a former student
April 26, 2005
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March 03, 2005
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March 03, 2005
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March 03, 2005
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- submitted by a student
April 28, 2004
In this age where kids cannot give change for a happy meal without a calculator, it seems about right that the teachers are continously frustrated with the lack of parental involvement at home. My kids attend there because it's the only game in town I can afford. The problem here is the lack of discipline, that is extremely apparent, on the part of the kids. The aggressive attitude that comes with the lack of respect for all involved.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2004
Lancaster is the worse school in the Dallas area. The teachers don't teach at all. Children are running around the school acting crazy. Kids are fighting instead of learning. Ther's more kids in JJAP than in the school. I wouldn't recommend any parent send their child to Lancaster High School. You will have a better chance at Wilmer Hutchins High School.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2004
I have 4 children that went and graduated from this school.....I can say that this last school year was my absolutely worse experience at this school......I have always been very active in the school district served on various committees but this year the new staff (mainly administrators) did not welcome the pta or volunteers in.....Even though the new superintendent asked each parent to committ to volunteering in the schools....I tried.....And done what i could.......I know for a fact that if parents are involved student achievement is increased for the better......My child got into more trouble this year than ever.......Not good....I have spoken with several veteran teachers and administrators and they don't like the current situation either.....There is a greater focus on extracurricular activites and not education as a whole.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2004
When my children entered this school there were many teachers who were both uncertified and incompetent, some teaching honors and pre-AP courses. There has been substantial improvement in the last year and the quality of Teachers is greatly improved although district priorities seem to be out of whack, in that a bond was recently passed which spent millions for new athletic facilities while the current AP-Physics classes do not have enough text books to send them home with students. The TAAS/TACS issues is a crippling program with which public schools throughout the state must contend. Most public schools have learned that success is measured not in what the kids have gained in cognizant skills but in what they can recant during a two day testing period. True learning suffers at the expense of testing well.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2004
Lancaster Elsie Robertson High School is adequate for school education, and lags not far behind Bishop Dunne Private School. Most parents who have major problems tend to be bigots and send their children to schools without racial diversity. As long as your student is attentive and enrolls in mainly honors courses they should do fairly well. In most of my subjects I seem to have brillant teachers, and in those that I don't it may simply be a comprehension problem on my part because physics and chemistry are not my strong suits, but I believe if the principals, teachers, parents, and students keep striving for greatness then we will one day be a school others admire.

- submitted by a student
February 19, 2004
This school is alright. Some of the teachers here are there to teach while others are just there for the pay. I would recommend a child to take the dual credit classes here and as many honors classes that they can stand. In the normal classes teach on a below average level while in most of the honors classes they teach on an average to slightly above average level.

- submitted by a student
August 25, 2003
Terrible school do not send your kids here they will learn nothing they would almost be better off at a home school. This is the worst school in the state. The will only learn how to pass the TAAS. Some of the teachers are good but even the good ones are bogged down by the forced TAAS assignments if this school was good at all they wouldn t have to teach the TAAS the kids would know how to pass in the first place.

- submitted by a former student
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Lancaster High School
200 East Wintergreen Road, Lancaster, TX  75134
(972) 218-1800
Last modified Lancaster High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lancaster High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 88 reviews. Top