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Welcome to the Lancaster STEM Early College High School.  We are prepared to help your student achieve "More Than a Diploma."

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Welcome to Lancaster STEM Early College High School (LSECHS)
 
Lancaster STEM Early College High School is a school of choice that allows students to take ownership of their future by choosing their career paths.  LSECHS is an innovative school that empowers students to be risk takers and self-advocates. Students who attend have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma while earning up to 60 college credit hours.  Our staff is experienced, highly skilled, and committed to delivering high quality education for our students. At LSECHS teaching and assessments will be standard-based, instruction will be data-driven, and collaboration will be purposeful. At LSECHS we have Higher Standards!
 
Our goal is for every student to achieve their highest potential and become lifelong learners. In order for this to happen it takes a shared vision from all stakeholders—administrators, teachers, staff, parents, and community members.
 
We strongly believe in collaborating with all members of the learning community so we welcome your input and questions. Please feel free to call or email us to discuss any concerns you might have throughout the school year.  I look forward to working with you as a team to help each student at LSECHS meet his or her goals and have a successful school year!
 
Anthony Thornhill
Principal
 
Contact me
anthonythornhill@lancasterisd.org
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Lancaster ISD Student Wins Dallas Martin Luther King Jr. Center Essay Contest

Rosa Parks Millbrook Elementary student, Christopher Spillman won the elementary division of MLK Commemorative Week Essay Contest. He was awarded at the 37th Annual MLK Awards Gala. The theme of the evening was "Reconciliation: Moving the Dream Forward" and featured keynote speaker Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and a special performance by Sunday Best winner, Crystal Aikin. The title of his essay was “Christopher’s Amazing Creation in the World.”
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