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Oak Cliff Secondary Parent Night 9/22 @ 6:00pm

Life School Secondary- See below for the Oak Cliff Parent Night Agenda and we look forward to seeing you there. Oak Cliff Secondary Parent Night Agenda Auditorium, September 22, 2015, 6:00 p.m. Elmer Avellaneda: Introduction Dr. Alissa Russell: Overview of Senior Events and Calendar, Jostens will be available for inquiries about Graduation Robes, Graduation Announcements,

Lions 3-0 for First Time in School History

The Lions beat Wortham 49-7 on Friday to improve to 3-0 for the first time in school history. Emanuel Reese tied the school record with three TD receptions including an amazing one handed grab. The Lions defense stepped up and held Wortham to only 7 points. It was a great win. The Lions head to

Lady Lions HOMECOMING VB Game Tonight @ 4:30pm

Lion Nation come see the Lady Lions in their home district opener tonight vs. Faith Family @ 4:30pm at “THE DEN” at LSOC. The Lady Lions have won 5 in a row and look to keep the streak alive in this big district game. Head Coach Kendra Miles has the girls playing good ball right


Don’t miss your Life Oak Cliff Lions take on Wortham tonight at Desoto HS at 7:30PM. This is the Homecoming game for the Life Nation to come back and see the Lions try to go 3-0 for the first time in school history. See you tonight. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students.

Lady Lions VB supporting local University of Texas at Arlington

The Lady Lions Vb program recently went out to support local University UT Arlington and watch some quality volleyball action. It was a great team-building activity and the girls got to see what it is all about at the next level, Miles said. The Lady Lions seemed to take good notes as they have won

Injury not stopping Cameron from watching his Lions go 2-0

It was a special scene Friday night as teammates noticed Cameron Brawley made it out to Blooming Grove to watch his boys try to go 2-0 for the first time in school history. The game went back and fourth the entire second half but the Lions proved resilient for a second straight week to improve