GOALS is an accelerated high school program for students who are over age, under credits, and at-risk of not graduating with their cohort. Some students have circumstances which prevent them from being successful in a traditional school setting. GOALS offers a positive option to the larger secondary school setting, allowing students to work at an accelerated pace with a blend of face-to-face teacher support, Imagine Learning online curriculum, and social-emotional learning in a non-traditional school setting to achieve a high school diploma and prepare for their next step in life. Our program currently has a waiting list, but interested candidates may complete the online application at any time.
REACH is the district’s disciplinary alternative education program (DAEP) for students who have been removed from their home campuses for a designated period of time due to severe and/or repeated violations of the LEISD Student Code of Conduct or reasons defined in Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code. Our goals during a REACH placement are (1) to provide a highly structured, learning environment for students to maintain pace with the home campus core academic classes, (2) address problematic behaviors through social-emotional learning and self-discipline course content for successful transition back to the home campus, and (3) provide goal setting, conflict resolution guidance, relationship building, support for better decision making, and academic planning.
Resources for REACH