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2019 AP Exam Orders  
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CTHS Salon Day - February 13th
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CTHS Basketball 3v3 - First Game, Thursday, February 21st
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Campus' 2017-2018 Federal Report Card is available at 
https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/frc/2018/srch.html

Recent News

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Principal's Pen - February 2019
Posted on 02/05/2019
February's issue of "From the Principal's Pen." Find out what is happening on our campus, shout-outs to our students and staff, and much more!
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from left to right (front row): CTHS freshmen Mari Gutierrez, Kadence Medina, Lilian Gonzalez, Kelly Nguyen.  (middle row): CTHS connect geometry teacher Ryan Hill, CTHS freshmen Sarahi Flores, Celeste Cruz, Mauricio Valdovinos, Brandon Nguyen, Chi Nguyen, Marcy Martinez, CTHS senior Eduardo Verastegui.  (back row): CTHS freshman Erick Villarreal.
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Students Give Teacher the Gift of Vivid Sight
Posted on 01/29/2019
A class of freshmen at CTHS recently gave their teacher the gift of vivid eyesight via a pair of Enchroma glasses.
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Principal's Pen - January 2019
Posted on 01/14/2019
January's issue of "From the Principal's Pen." Find out what is happening on our campus, shout-outs to our students and staff, and much more!
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Eduardo Verastegui
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Not Your Average Kid - Eduardo Verastegui
Posted on 12/19/2018
Eduardo Verastegui, a senior at the Lewis Career & Technical High School, is an immigrant, a YouTube star and above all, an inspiration. He is anything but an average kid.
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Principal's Pen - December 2018
Posted on 12/03/2018
December's issue of “From the Principal’s Pen”. Find out what is happening on our campus, shout-outs to our students and staff, and much more!
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David Scarcella - Engineering / Robotics Instructor
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Canstruction 2018
Posted on 11/26/2018
Students from the Dr. Lewis Career & Technical High School construct a Christmas scene using canned food at Pasadena's City Hall.
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Principal's Pen - November 2018
Posted on 11/02/2018
November's issue of “From the Principal’s Pen”. Find out what is happening on our campus, shout-outs to our students and staff, and much more!
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Principal's Pen - October 2018
Posted on 10/06/2018
October's issue of “From the Principal’s Pen”. Find out what is happening on our campus, shout-outs to our students and staff, and much more!
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Elsa Cantu
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From Custodian to Teacher: Cantu Captures American Dream
Posted on 09/14/2018
Starting out as a Pasadena ISD custodian, Elsa Cantu has broken through language barriers and overcome obstacles to become an AP Spanish/Bilingual teacher at CTHS! She passes inspiration onto her students as they break through their own barriers, reminding them they can accomplish their goals with the right amount of focus and determination.
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About Us

Principal
Steven Fleming

Assistant Principals
Tom Le, 9th grade 
Chad Phillips, 10th grade 
Jessica McCoy, 11th grade 
Kristi White, 12th grade


Mission Statement

Empower students to successfully transition to the global community through unique educational experiences.
Safety First

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