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.
2019 PSAT/SAT Prep Summer Camp
- Who: Students entering grades 8 - 12
- What: Instruction and practice on PSAT/SAT content and test-taking strategies
- When: June 17-21, 2019. Choose either the AM session (9:00 - noon) or the PM session (1:00 - 4:00). Friday schedule may vary.
- Where: Career Education Center (500 E Hatton Road)
- How much: Cost is $50 for WFISD students
- How: Complete the REGISTRATION FORM (click here). See the form for return information.
Our District offers many different options for students to earn college credit while still in high school, including Advanced Placement (AP) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) programs, as well as dual credit and concurrent enrollment with various colleges and universities.
For the 2019-2020 school year, many exciting changes will take place related to advanced academics. Find more information with the resources below.
Policy EIC 2019 (regarding GPA and class rank): [Approved Revisions]
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 a quick refernce to endorsement options, and how they affect your 9th grade year, see the resource below.
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