High School Curriculum
For specific information about course offerings, graduation plans, or other academic policies, see our District's High School Course Guide:
See the links below for a comprehensive list of courses offered in WFISD.
Incoming 9th, 10th and 11th graders can select next year's courses using Career Cruising.
Our District offers many different options for students to earn college credit while still in high school, including the Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate programs. For more information, see the brochure below.
WFISD also partners with Vernon College to offer dual credit courses. For more information, see the Guidebook.
Students who begin high school after August of 2014 will earn a diploma under the Foundation Graduation Plan with one or more endorsements. An endorsement is an area of specialized study, determined by a sequence of specific courses. For an overview of graduation requirements and endorsement options, see the following handout from December 2017 for parents of students entering high school.
For more information, contact:
Debby Dipprey, Director of Secondary Curriculum, 940.235.1021
Ward Roberts, Director of Innovation and Advanced Academics, 940.235.1021, ext. 15009