Eighth grade students can find out more about Lakehill Preparatory School's award-winning academics, athletics, arts, and community service programs at the Freshman Visit Day on Friday, February 2, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Lakehill's newly expanded Main Campus at 2720 Hillside Drive. Students will attend classes, learn more about clubs and athletics, hear about Lakehill's unique college-counseling program, and enjoy lunch at the Environmental Science Center.
RSVP for Freshman Visit Day here. Visit our website at lakehillprep.org for more information.
About Lakehill Preparatory School
Lakehill Preparatory School guides motivated students to learn with curiosity, lead with confidence, and serve with compassion. Our challenging and nurturing educational community inspires students to become collaborative problem-solvers who live with integrity. Talented teachers, high academic standards, and the development of leadership skills in a challenging and nurturing environment are hallmarks of a Lakehill education.
The Upper School at Lakehill provides a traditional, college preparatory course of study, equipping students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences needed to be successful in college.
Upper School students have the opportunity to work with highly qualified, enthusiastic teachers, most of whom have advanced degrees. Students take required classes in English, social studies, science, mathematics, foreign language, computer science/technology, and fine arts. They also may choose from a wide array of electives and athletics. Advanced Placement courses are available in all academic areas and in fine arts.
Lakehill’s tradition of excellence is not confined solely to the classroom. In keeping with the school’s desire to produce well-rounded citizens, students are encouraged to take advantage of a wide variety of extracurricular offerings. Through participation in the myriad of Upper School clubs, honor societies, athletics, community service, and student organizations, opportunities for assuming leadership roles abound.
The newly enhanced Main Campus offers students 16,000 square feet of new space and 8,000 square feet of renovated space. This vital effort produces new lab spaces for science, writing, and computer science, as well as a new art studio. It also provides new classrooms, administrative offices, and meeting and event rooms. A dramatic 5,000 square foot inner courtyard offers outdoor classroom and performance space.
Lakehill was recently voted Most Spirited High School in East Dallas by the readers of Bubblelife.