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Paul and Jane Meyer Public High School

Founded as one of the first STEM academies and early college high schools in Texas, Meyer High School has earned a Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) designation. This designation offers our students the opportunity to participate in paid internships as they prepare for careers in their chosen pathways. P-TECH also allows Rapoport Academy to provide counseling and support for students to ensure success after high school graduation.

At no cost, our high school students may dual-enroll in McLennan Community College and Texas State Technical College to earn up to an associate’s degree and/or a variety of industry-based certificates needed for their chosen career field.

At Meyer High School, our students are empowered to take ownership of their learning through college and career pathways. Teachers and students engage in real-world experiences while maintaining the support high school students need to thrive.

Meyer High School is an open-enrollment charter school that participates in UIL Division II academic and athletic competitions. With a dedicated, hard-working staff that is mission-driven and focused on helping all students succeed, Meyer High School stands out as a leader in public education. 

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