Announcements General May 2017 

Lake Highlands High School News

The Wild for Cats academic booster club is in the midst of their annual fundraising drive.  The Wild for Cats is the Academic Booster Club for Lake Highlands High School, the 21st Century school of Champions. It is open to all Lake Highlands’ families, community members, and organizations in support of academic excellence. It is different from the Wildcat Club, which is the Athletic Booster Club for Lake Highlands High School.

Wild for Cats raises funds to provide teachers and students with extra support and resources needed to achieve academic excellence.  Current fundraising goals include:

  • Collaborative learning centers
  • Standardized test preparation and online study aids
  • Experiential learning opportunities for students,including college visits and field trips
  • Student and staff recognition and incentive programs
  • Professional development speakers and conferences
  • Celebration of Champions student recognition event
  • Class t-shirts for incoming freshmen
  • Teacher and departmental “wish lists”
  • Recognition for college-bound seniors

Supporting the high school’s efforts to improve the academic environment helps our community’s kids and our neighborhood.  Please consider making a tax deductible donation today:

Make checks payable to:

Wild for Cats – RISD Foundation

Mail checks to:

Lake Highlands High School

9449 Church Road

Dallas, Texas 75238

 

Online donations: www.wildforcats.com

 

Lake Highlands “Wild for Cats” Fund is a component fund of RISD Excellence in Education Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable, education foundation working for the students and staff of RISD.

 

Three Town Creek seniors graduate in the top 10 of LHHS!

Congratulations to the following Town Creek seniors who are finishing at the top of their class:

Catherine Bryant #6 will be attending Auburn University (Honors College)

Whitney Tobey #7 will be attending University of Texas (McCombs School of Business)

Emily Luedke #8 will attend University of Texas (Honors Liberal Arts) after a gap year in Spain

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