Applications for dual credit will be available in the counseling center beginning March 1, 2017. Taking dual credit classes is open to all students at LCHS.
Completed application packets must be returned to the counseling center by March 31, 2017 to be eligible for April TSI testing. All TSI testing must be completed by May 1, 2017 in order to take dual credit classes Fall, 2017.
February 3, 2017 - parent notification of results through Skyward
February 14, 2017 - deadline for parents to accept or decline qualified magnet seat for 2017
- Eastfield College Student Handbook
- Obtainting an Eastfield ID
- eCampus Login Information
- eConnect Forgot/Reset Password Instructions
- Free Eastfield College Academic Services:
Dual credit may be viewed as a form of concurrent enrollment. It provides the opportunity for high school students to take college courses that count toward high school graduation requirements. These courses may be taken at the high school or on a college campus during regular school hours. Classes are taught by a high school teacher with appropriate credentials or by a college faculty member. Successful completion of the college level course can earn a student high school credit as well as college credit.
Team and Teachers
Collegiate Academy/Dual Credit Team and Teachers:
|Assistant Principal||Linda Jones|
|Lead Counselor||Tracy Stafford|
|AVID Counselor||Leah Dopler|
|College Algebra; Calculus||Amy Davis|
|Dynamics of Marketing||Chris Fleming|
|English Composition||Elise Song|
|English Literature||Dayna Castle|
|Federal Government; Texas Government||James Haddox|
|Music Appreciation||Mike Senter|
|US History||Alexes Terry|
|World Civilization||Paul Ranta|