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Roosevelt High School / Roosevelt ISD
School nickname: Eagles
406 County Road 3300
Lubbock, TX 79401
Phone: (806) 842-3283
School website.
Principal: Toby Miller
Grades: 09-12
Students: 327
Teachers: 28
Academic Excellence Indicator System report.

With almost one computer for every two students, Roosevelt High School places a strong emphasis on technology-assisted education. In addition to the usual computer lab classes, students can do course work in Web authoring, digital graphics, animations and other specialized areas.

Students also have access to college level courses through the ITV network, and they can participate in tech-prep courses offered by South Plains College and other institutions.

Roosevelt High School, built in 1937, is a place of change, with many improvements to the campus being made in recent years. These changes are shown to the public during the school's annual Open House celebration.

Extracurricular activities include sports, band, business and agriculture clubs and One Act Play competitions. The Eagles compete in tennis, basketball, baseball, track, softball, golf and power-lifting.

A bonus feature for students is the school's early release program. Students meeting high academic, attendance and discipline standards are allowed to leave early on Fridays. Students needing assistance are provided with tutoring and mentoring programs on Friday afternoons.

Senior students will travel to San Antonio this year. Many Roosevelt High School graduates attend technical schools and colleges.

Roosevelt Elementary School | Roosevelt Junior High School

For a complete look at the state's report card for Roosevelt High School click here.


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