School Profile

ADMINISTRATION
Superintendent................................................................................Susan Bohn
Principal.......................................................................................Luciano Castro
Associate Principal............................................................................Jesse Perez
Assistant Principal...................................................................Matthew Altman
Assistant Principal...........................................................Delia Cruz-Fernandez
Assistant Principal..............................................................................John Henk
Counselor..................................................................................Christina Cowey
Counselor......................................................................................Cyndi Barnett
Counselor......................................................................................Pam Andrews
College and Career Advisor.....................................Veronica Suarez-Saldana
Special Education Diagnostician................................................Jessica Alonzo
 
COMMUNITY
Lockhart, primarily a rural community of 13,000 in Central Texas, is located east of the I-35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio.
 
CURRICULUM – 8-PERIOD DAY
Diverse courses are available for a comprehensive curriculum in an 8 - period – day schedule.
Advanced Placement (AP), Pre-AP, (started ‘98-99 yr.) courses are offered in English, Math, Social Studies, Foreign Language and Laboratory Science. Art
Dual Credit & Concurrent credit is offered through local college (Austin Community College).
Options: Career & Technology (ACCTech) and Cooperative Education programs are available.
Special Education programs and courses are offered.
 
SCHOOL DESCRIPTION
Public high school, UIL District 26-5A
Lockhart High School, 9th - 12th grade students; Total enrollment: 1,568
2017-1 Senior Class total: 
Professional Staff total: 
Accredited by the Texas Education Agency.
 
GRADING SYSTEM
A 90-100
B 80- 89
C 75- 79
D 70- 74
F 0- 69
 
SENIOR GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS - 2013

Minimum Transcript
English 4
Mathematics 3
Science 2
Social Studies 4
Health ½
P.E. 1½
Speech ½
Technology 1
Electives 5½
Recommended Transcript
English 4
Mathematics 4
Science 4
Social Studies 4
Health ½
P.E. 1½
Speech ½
Foreign Lang. 2
Technology 1
Fine Arts 1
Electives 3½
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Total Credits 22
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Total Credits 26

Distinguished Achievement Program: 26 Credits
(Recommended Transcript plus 3 years same foreign language
and 4 Advanced Measures)

CLASS RANK
Class rank is determined for senior students based on an average of weighted grade points. (GPA is a straight average of these same high school courses).
Points: Course Category___
6.0 AP/Dual Credit
5.5 Pre-AP
5.0 Regular
The following classes will not be included in calculating class rank or GPA: P.E. (or equivalent substitute: athletics, JROTC, cheerleading), Band, Choir, Dance, all Pass/Fail courses, Work Program, Local Credits, Correspondence, Summer School, Credit by Exam, Credit Recovery

EXTRACURRICULAR/ATHLETICS
Baseball
Softball
Cross Country
Basketball
Soccer
Drill Team
Band
Track
Student Council
Football
Tennis
Cheerleading
National Honor Society 
Golf 
Volleyball
Power Lifting
Choir
UIL/One Act Play
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