Learning for Life, Learning for Leadership
Students enrolled in English I will take the STAAR Test March 28th.
Students enrolled in English II will take the STAAR Test March 30th.
On the day your child is testing, he or she will have lunch in their assigned testing room. Students are encouraged to bring their own sack lunch. Students will have the opportunity to order a sack lunch the morning of their exam. If ordering a sack lunch from the cafeteria, students must bring money or provide their account number. No outside lunches will be delivered to the testing rooms.
Students are encouraged to bring #2 pencils and a book to read following the exam.
Please be advised of the following:
All other students not taking the English I EOC March 28th or English II EOC March 30th will follow their normal schedule.
All students will follow their class schedule seventh and eighth period for the remainder of the day.
March 28th and 30th, Seniors are expected to sign in at the Fine Arts Foyer by 8:45 AM and then report to the auditorium for a Senior Class Meeting followed by Senior Activities.
Reagan High School Chamber Singers placed first at the 45th Annual American Classic Madrigal Festival hosted at Coker Methodist Church here in San Antonio. Reagan competed against 40 of the best choirs from all over the state of Texas.
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards is a nationwide program that honors young people who perform outstanding acts of volunteerism. This year, one of our very own was selected and honored as a distinguished finalist. Sabrina Epstein a senior at Reagan High School is the founder and executive director of “Artful Start.”
Ms. Epstein developed an art program for students with special needs that allows children an opportunity to engage in the art scene by hosting events such as family art days and sensory-friendly museum hours. Ms. Epstein also takes time to educate fellow high school volunteers about the value of working with special needs students.
Local station KSAT visited Reagan high school to highlight Ms. Epstein’s work as she put together an activity for our very own Reagan students. The students participated to create art in the class as Ms. Epstein lead the class!
Twelve of our Rattler Semifinalists are now National Merit Finalists. Reagan High School has the most Finalists of any school public or private in the San Antonio area.
Front Row (L to R): Ivy Yang, Katie Morris, Sabrina Epstein, Grace Brown, AJ Bankler
Back Row (L to R): Michael Lange, Zachary Chance, Alec Wyatt, Meg Burns, Tyler Xu, Alex Macris
Not Picture: Morgan Teel
CONGRATULATIONS NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST RATTLERS!
Reagan Students competing in the Mac Arthur UIL Invitational meet won in several Science Divisions including 1st Place Team.
Congratulations to the following students!
1st Place Individual – Reagan HS (Caleb Watson)
Top Biology Score – Reagan HS (Caleb Watson)
Top Chemistry Score – Reagan HS (Caleb Watson)
Top Physics Score– Reagan HS (Abhay Katyal)
Reagan sent three teams to the Central Catholic Certamen Invitational Tournament.
Our Advanced team took 1st place, the Intermediate team received 3rd place, and the Novice team placed 2nd.
Reagan High School dancers were treated to an amazing opportunity through a NEISD partnership with the Tobin Center.
The performance dance company “Pilobolus” held shows at the Tobin Center for the San Antonio Community and offered a master dance class to Reagan dance students.
Six of the professional dancers taught the movement class to the Reagan dancers in an hour and a half session.
TPR’S “SOUNDS LIKE KPAC” COMPETITION!
Reagan High School Students received honors competing in the Texas Public Radio “Sounds Like KPAC” Competition. The event is open to local area high school students to showcase their artistic talent and promote the Fine Arts throughout the greater San Antonio Area. The competition has four divisions: Solo Musician, Ensemble Musicians, Written Word, and Visual Arts.
Reagan High School had three finalists in each of the music categories and six finalists in both the Written Word and Visual Arts categories. Reagan Senior vocalist Mikayla Simonson placed 2nd in the Solo Musician division earning a $500 prize. The Quid Nunc Saxophone Quartet, made up of Reagan students Ryan Montemayor (junior), Joshua Milford-Rosales (senior), Jamal Hawkins (senior), and Nick Koutras (senior), placed 1st in the Ensemble Musician Category - each earning $600 and a prize package from Whataburger. Reagan freshman Rema Bhat was a finalist in the Written Word category.
The “Sounds Like KPAC” finals will be broadcast later this year on both YouTube and 88.3 KPAC.
2017 FIESTA ESPECIAL ROYAL COURT PRINCESS
Princess Rebekah raised $2,140 for Kinetic Kids, which provides unique experiences through physical and creative activities in a supportive environment to children with special needs.
Rebekah is very caring and enjoys helping others. She is always looking for ways to make the world a better place. When asked why she wanted to join the Fiesta Especial Royal Court program she replied, "I would like to learn more about how to give back to the community and I enjoy taking a leadership role to help people".
Please remember, no student pickup/checkout after 3:50 pm from the Attendance Office.
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Course registration information for 2017-18 school year:
- 9th - Freshman Course Card 2017-2018
- 10-12th grade Course Card Final 2017_2018
- Endorsements and Programs of Study Reagan 2017-2018
- Course Catalog 2017-18
Testing and Assessments
2016 Assessment Letter
2016 Carta Sobre Exámenes