After Lily B.

What happens after Lily B?  After 5th grade, students that are zoned to Lily B. move up through the "Paschal Pyramid".  There are details below to show why we are so proud to be a part of this pyramid.

 
 
 
  • Paschal has over 30 college-level courses making it the Top Advanced Placement (AP) Program in Fort Worth.
     
  • Paschal had 618 students take 1535 AP Exams in May 2009 and currently has 176 AP scholars.  The most in Fort Worth!   
  • The Newsweek AP articles continue to rank Paschal among the top 100 high schools in the nation.
  • Paschal leads FWISD in SAT averages (see on the right). 
  • Paschal leads Tarrant in National Merit and Minority Scholars with 46 awards this year. 
  • Paschal has 11 National Merit Semifinalists (out of 14 in the entire FWISD).  This is more than any private school in Fort Worth and more than any high school in the Dallas or Arlington ISDs.
  • Paschal leads FWISD in number of National Merit Honorees (see chart on the right). 
  • Paschal's seniors led this area in number and dollar amounts of scholarships with over $32 million in scholarship offers. 
  • Students go on to over 200 colleges, including Yale, University of Pennsylvania, M.I.T., Stanford, Duke, Vanderbilt, and many more.
    The chart above compares Paschal vs. all 12 other
    FWISD high schools combined! 
  • Paschal leads FWISD in RadioShack Scholars with 700 Paschal students with a GPA of 4.0 or higher in May of 2009.
  • Paschal leads FWISD in number of Distinguished Achievement Graduates.
  • Paschal students have led the district for many years in the American Mathematics Competitions.
  • The Paschal Computer Programming team traveled to and won numerous state wide competitions.
  • Paschal choral, orchestral, and symphonic band students have recently won All-State recognitions.  The choir was invited to perform in Austria the summer of 2009.
  • The Vagabonds (drama) present at least 4 plays each year - a Shakespeare play, a musical, and one-act plays both in competition and student-directed.  The group traveled to Scotland recently to perform. 
  • Students have a variety of sports to compete in:  Baseball, Basketball (Boys and Girls), Cross Country, Cheerleading, Football, Golf, Power Lifting, Purple Elite, Soccer (Boys and Girls), Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, and Wrestling. 
 
 
 
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