Lindale High School recognized for high achievement in student success

Lindale High School recognized for high achievement in student success

LHS selected for prestigious honor roll issued by a national campaign of business and education leaders

Lindale High School has recently been selected by Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Educational Productivity (IPE)  as one of 713 public schools in Texas to receive the title of 2015 Honor Roll school.

The Honor Roll is part of a national effort to identify higher-performing schools list and highlight successful practices that improve outcomes for students. Schools receiving this distinction from leaders in the Texas academic and business communities have demonstrated consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement levels over time and reduction in achievement gaps among student populations.  For High Schools, the Honor Roll recognition also includes measures of college readiness.

“I am so proud of the work our teachers and students have done to improve their academic success,” Principal Casey Neal said.  “I am constantly amazed at how great our school and community is.”

With so much press about the public school system, often in a negative light, ERP’s data about the true status of schools reveals that there is more to public education than communities may have realized.

“The American education system has a secret,” Jim Lanich, ERP president and CEO said. “Many schools are doing well … the Honor Roll proves it. Students are achieving at higher levels than anyone admits and more students than ever are succeeding when given the opportunity.  All schools, no matter what zip code they are in, can achieve this kind of success and leadership from the business community is critical to ensuring successes for all students.”

The annual Honor Roll award is made possible by support from numerous businesses and organizations including State Farm, AAA, Macy’s, Wells Fargo, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the and several private foundations.  Chevron Corporation provided specific support in the creation of the STEM Honor Roll.

A full list of the Honor Roll schools, districts, and the STEM awardees can be found at or follow Jim Lanich, President and CEO at @JLanich or email us at [email protected].


 Educational Results Partnership and the Institute for Productivity in Education

 Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE) partner with leaders in the business community in a shared mission: to ensure all students are prepared to success in college and career. Together, we work to improve educational productivity at all levels “K through Job.” We draw upon the nation’s largest database on student achievement to uncover successful schools, particularly in economically disadvantaged districts, and promote their best practices to schools that want to do better. Since 2005, the Honor Roll has focused business and academic leaders around a common agenda for high performing public schools leading to increased college success and economic productivity.



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