Welcome to REACH High School

"Your Future is Within REACH"

Responsibility - Employability - Achievement - Citizenship - Harmony

The mission for REACH High School is to provide a positive learning environment that engages, mentors, and motivates students to excel as successful lifelong learners.

On Friday, November 21st, REACH High School had two events celebrating the success of our students.
The first celebration took place at 10:00 a.m. at Cowtown Bowling Palace.  Fifteen students, with four absences or less for the trimester, qualified for the good attendance trip.  Students enjoyed bowling two games as well as a soft drink for their accomplishment.  The students with good attendance were: Aaron B., Alan C., Austin C., Jonathan C., Randy C., Katie F., Armand G., Sean L., Felix L., Xavier L., Miranda R., Josue R., Briaunna S., and Mariah R.  Thank you, parents and guardians, for assisting our students in attending school each day.

The second celebration was our Credit Celebration at 2:00 p.m.  Students received a certificate for each of the 212 class completed during the first trimester.  In addition, Alan C. and Armand G. were recognized for perfect attendance.  At the conclusion of the ceremony, Ms. Mitchell was surprised with beautiful flowers and a framed certificate signed by staff and students at REACH in recognition of her "Queen of Kindness" award from Discovery Education.

Congratulations to all who were recognized on November 21st.

HWNT's Latinas in Progress Education Series

Latinas in ProgressSaturday September 13, 2014 marked the start of an exciting chapter in the educational lives of four REACH High School students.  Brenda M,. Lupita V., Aylin C. and Monica L. were accepted in the Latinas In Progress Education Series, a project of the Fort Worth Chapter of the Hispanic Women's Network of North Texas (HWNT).  Saturday was the first of five educational seminars during which the girls will learn about college and financial aid, as well as how to be an assertive Latina and become active in civic life.  At the end of the five seminars and after completing fifteen volunteer hours, these young ladies will have an opportunity to apply for scholarships through the HWNT organization.  This is the first year REACH High School students have participated in Latinas In Progress, blazing a trail for future REACH High School Latinas.  The HWNT participants are pictured here with REACH Teacher, Nadine Mihalicz.  Congratulations ladies!!

REACH School Hours
Monday - Tuesday   8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday - Friday   8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Click on the links below for 2014-2015 school supply lists, lunch prices, and District dress code information:
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"All career and technical education opportunities will be offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, or disability."


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Welcome Back
As Superintendent of Schools, I want to extend a welcome for the 2014-2015 school year.   READ MORE...
Dress for Success at REACH High School
Students and Staff participate in Dress for Success  
REACH Student writes letter to Superintendent
CISD is fortunate to have an amazing Superintendent 
Red Ribbon Week- Love Yourself Be Drug Free
Since its beginning in 1985, the Red Ribbon has touched millions of lives  READ MORE...
REACH Students volunteer at Crucial Catch Day Event
REACH Students volunteer at event 

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