To keep pace in the rapidly changing world, Denton ISD opened the state-of-the-art LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex in 2006. It is a professional training facility to prepare high school students for today’s and tomorrow’s high-demand careers.
The complex’s main purpose is to provide high school juniors and seniors with professional training and/or pre-college courses. Students also have the opportunity to earn university or community college credit and/or the necessary preparation to attain certifications or licenses in certain technical fields.
The winning students in the “Be Hip – Be Safe – On the Square” Public Service Announcement Campaign were recently announced at seventh annual Feature Fest at the LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex.
The LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex will be hosting a robotics camp from 8 am to noon Monday, June 16, through Thursday, June 19. Cost for the camp is $70 and includes all lab materials, snacks and a camp T-shirt.
Students from the pre-law club at the LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex earned a third-place finish at the recent Denton County Bar Association/Texas Young Lawyers Association mock trial contest.