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Lee High School

Baytown, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 1548


Lee High School
1809 Market St
Baytown, TX 77520
(281) 420-4535
Lee High School is located in Baytown, TX and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
Two or more races

Reviews10 Reviews

Since I moved to lee, I haven't learned that much. I mean I have, but they don't teach it as great as sterling. Also discipline, mostly everybody has been disrespectful to me and other peers. I expected more from this school!
So sad this school does not compare to the other schools in the district. We had teachers leave in the middle of the year because of discipline. We are being forced to change to a private school for our two in high school.
We moved to the area because we heard schools were good. Well, I have daughters, three, two love dance and theater, and one is my athlete. Drama and dance programs are very limited with little budget. Track and softball are secondary to football. Coming from Shreveport we are totally disappointed. Glad we rented our first year here.
I believe the problem with the majority of these reviews is they are either lee drop outs or seemingly educated individuals unable to see "color" as having every bit of intelligence and deserving of every bit of opportunity to be at a level playing field with the other two Baytown High Schools. Lee has a simply amazing teaching and administrations staff (yes, every school has it's bad apples-staff and students). But FYI in 2010 Lee high school had the FEWEST discipline issue PERCENTAGES (because yes, enrollment wise, they have the fewest students) resulting in the Baytown PD officers having to intervene than EITHER of the other two high schools and remains having the highest teacher retention averages. Just look at all of the AMAZING teachers that are there and have been over 10, 20, some 30 years! You can't tell me Lee H.S. is not doing SOMETHING right! Aesthetically speaking, Lee has also had a major revamp since the removal of the portables & other upgrades. The main problem still remains. You rezone the district to where the student populations is comprised of 70% hispanic, 15% white and 15% black, you're bound to see some evident, yet unwarranted discrepancies. Believe in LEE.
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