LBJ and LASA Graduates Excel in Academics, Athletics
Congratulations to the Jaguars' classes of 2015 for continuing to reach new heights, while strengthening their schools' proud traditions of excellence in academics and athletics!
LBJ Early College High School and the Liberal Arts and Science Academy graduated 149 and 230 seniors, respectively, at the Frank Erwin Center.
Together, the graduating classes have earned $27.2 million in merit-based scholarships.
Newsweek named LASA the No. 8 high school in the United States.
Eleven LBJ grads earned associate degrees from Austin Community College in May. Nora Pineda has attended three graduation ceremonies during the past month to earn her high school diploma from AISD, an associate degree from ACC and her certification as a firefighter and emergency medical technician.
LASA won third place at the Science Olympiad national tournament in Lincoln, Neb.
The Jaguar football team advanced to the state 5A quarterfinals.
Congratulations to the LBJ and LASA classes of 2015!
Editor's Note: The number of graduates was updated on June 25, 2015.