1105 Lee Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
The curriculum offers 21 Advanced Placement courses, 16 Dual Enrollment courses with Louisiana State University, 15 Honors courses, and specialized Engineering, Digital Arts, Biomedical and Computer Science elective courses.
LEE is a 1-to-1 school where all students are provided with a laptop or Chromebook for the entire school year and are permitted to take their devices home. Teachers maintain Google Classrooms as instructional management systems where students collaborate and submit work online. Ninth and tenth graders participate in a mandatory reading program through the Accelerated Reader Program and Springboard, a pre-advanced placement course. All grade levels have an opportunity to participate in over 40 student-led clubs and organizations, including an active student government association which meets regularly with administration to address student concerns.
The current enrollment is 1050 East Baton Rouge Parish students in grades 9-12 with projections of 1250 students by school year 2018-19. Private middle schools in the parish as well as out-of-state schools and home-school environments. As a result, these students come into a rigorous college preparatory magnet curriculum from a variety of academic backgrounds.
This year, Lee High celebrated 2 National Merit Semifinalists, a National Merit Commended student, 10 AP Scholars, 4 AP Scholars with Honor, and 3 AP Scholars with Distinction. The most recent graduating class, totaling 66 students, had a 21.5 average ACT score while the state average was 19.6.
A 2.5 cumulative grade point average for the last four consecutive semesters.
Score proficient on the Spring 2017 standardized assessment in ELA and math.