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Welcome Parents


Thank you for you commitment to Victory Early College High School. It is a privilege to partner with you in the academic and social development of your child. 

Here at Victory students are taught to uphold the highest academic standards. Classes are small and students are given ample time so that they understand what they are being taught. With these small classes students and teacher build close bonds that will help them achieve their academic goals. By giving them the opportunity to gain 2 years of college credit through the lone star college duel-credit program.

Steps to Starting College Classes

If you were unable to attend our first Student/Parent Saturday School in September, the links below will allow you to access all the information that was covered.  Please contact Mrs. Silva if you have any questions after reviewing the information.

Phone number 281-810-5675 

Email:  yclopez-silva@aldineisd.org for Mrs. Silva

We appreciate your support!

 
Parent Information
Home Access

Home Access is designed to link parents and schools together via the Internet. It enables parents to access their children's school records including such information as assignments, school announcements and current progress. E-mail capability is also provided for improved communication between parents and the school. Parents can sign up for e-mail alerts on aspects of discipline, absences, tardies, and assignments. Check the Aldine Website for Registration

Parent Meetings

Parent meetings are scheduled monthly. Click on the calendar for more information. Click below for information from parent meetings.
Helping Children Learn

This link provided by the Title I Department provides families with age/grade level (PK-12) appropriate newsletters that offer ideas and suggestions to bridge the home- school connection. 

Ayudando a los Niños a Aprender 

Este enlace suministrado por el Departamento de Título I, proporciona a las familias boletines informativos a nivel de grado apropiado (PK-12) que ofrecen ideas y sugerencias creando vínculos entre el hogar y la escuela.