Meet Kayla Jenkins: A Life High School Waxahachie graduate, track star, and soon-to-be Criminal Justice Lawyer. Currently attending Texas Southern University on a track scholarship, Jenkins is running her race with her sights set on a Criminal Justice degree.
Dear Life School Families,
We wanted to remind you to join us for an all-parent virtual meeting tomorrow, July 29th at 6:00 PM.
As Ellis County continues the “shelter-in-place” orders to manage the COVID-19 curve, the Life High School Waxahachie and Life Middle School Waxahachie cheer teams are proving their resilience through a virtual solution of online tryouts.
“We still wanted to give our girls the opportunity because it means a lot to them to be able to try out for the team. They put in a lot of work this year and they really wanted to see the fruits of their labor,” expressed Kirstein Andrew, LHSW Head Cheer Coach.
Many of you are scheduled to visit your student’s campus Friday, August 14th, to retrieve important school materials including ID badges, hang tags, curriculum resources, textbooks, and technology devices.
Amid Gov. Greg Abbott’s closure of schools due to COVID-19, Life High School Waxahachie hasn’t missed a beat when it comes to celebrating its Class of 2020.
On September 16, 2020, the Life School Athletic Department was notified by an administrator with Life High School Waxahachie’s (LHSW) opponent of concerns related to COVID-19.
Mariah Bell from Life High School Waxahachie is one of over 300 high school dancers, cheerleaders, and drum majors from across the U.S. who will be performing in the historic city of Rome on New Year’s Day. Mariah also represented her high school in the London New Year’s Day Parade last year.
On January 2nd, 2020 the Life High School Waxahachie Boys Varsity Basketball team defeated Midland Greenwood by a margin of 50-38 to give Coach Eddie Berumen his 300th win as the Head Varsity Coach.In his 12th season with Life School, the goal-oriented Berumen remains committed to building one of the strongest basketball programs in District 17-4A. Coach Berumen became the Life High School Mustangs’ first-ever varsity boys basketball coach in 2008 competing in Division 1A.