2018-2019 Early College Application below.
Print, fill it out and take it to your middle school counselor!
Parent Informational Meetings about EECHS will be at the following locations and times:
Atkins Middle School, 5:30 p.m. October 17
Cavazos Middle School, 5:30 p.m. October 24
Dunbar College Preparatory Academy, 6:00 p.m. November 7
Reading and Writing TSI Test, Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Sophomore Algebra 2 TSI Math Test, Wed. March 7, 2018
TTU Health Science Visit, Thursday, February 8, 2018
TTU Arts & Humanities Visit, Thursday, April 19, 2018
The MOU is currently being updated and will be posted soon.
The Curriculum Crosswalk is under construction. See updates soon.
A partnership began in November 2015 between Lubbock Independent School District, Estacado High School and Texas Tech University when a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed by the LISD Board of Trustees and Texas Tech.
This partnership is one of the few in the nation that includes a Tier One university, and is the only one of its kind in the Big 12. Early College High School campuses give students the opportunity to begin earning college credit in their ninth-grade year and up to 60 hours by the time they graduate from high school, a value of up to $40,000.
Students will be admitted through an application process, with additional requirements for those outside of the Estacado High School attendance zone. The Estacado Early College High School will only be offered to students within the Lubbock Independent School District. Applications are available December 1, 2016 and may be found online or at any Lubbock ISD middle school.
Estacado Early College High School, like all schools following the early college high school model, strives to increase high school and college graduation rates among students who are not widely represented on college campuses. To this end, our mission includes:
- Accelerated instruction in a school-within-a-school model
- Preparing students to start college coursework in their ninth-grade year with intensive coursework beginning their tenth-grade year
- The opportunity for students to graduate from high school with up to sixty (60) hours of their college education and tuition free
- An impressive faculty, experienced in college preparatory instruction
We hope you will consider Estacado Early College High School as your choice and beyond. Please contact us if we can provide additional information.
Best of luck in your high school and college endeavors!
Tanna Rodriguez - Estacado Early College High School Director email@example.com
Ezra Chambers - Estacado Early College High School Associate Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Angelica Wilbanks - Estacado High School Principal email@example.com