Programs

Half-day Pre-kindergarten

Available for 3 and 4 year olds and addresses needs of educationally deprived children or children whose principal language is not English.

Kindergarten-Grade 6

Instruction is provided to all students in the areas including English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, fine arts, health, physical education, and technology applications.  Sufficient time is provided for teachers to teach and for students to learn the essential knowledge and skills.

Special Education

Identified students are provided instruction to meet their specific identified needs.  Instruction is provided through self-contained resource classrooms, regular education settings and content mastery.

 

Early Childhood 

Self-contained classroom.

Full-day Kindergarten

Provides instruction in language arts, math, science, social studies, health, art and physical education.

Child Nutrition Program

Offers nutritionally balanced meals to students.

High School Graduation

Meets the regular state requirement with the Minimum Recommended and Distinguished Achievement High School Programs.

Curriculum

Includes a variety of elective courses in career and technical education, fine arts and foreign languages.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Includes participation and competition on all campuses in academics, fine arts and athletics.

Character Education

Provided for all students (PK-12) to develop strong, positive character traits. 

Section 504

Identified students are provided instruction to meet their specific needs.

Dyslexia

Identified students are provided instruction to meet their specific needs.

Title I

Accelerated instruction is given to all students in the areas of reading, language arts and mathematics.

Bilingual/ESL

Instruction focus on developing the needs of identified students in the areas of language acquisition and content area concepts.

Gifted and Talented

Challenges students who have shown above-average potential in intellectual ability (K-12).

State Compensatory

Accelerated instruction in the areas of Reading/English language arts and mathematics is provided for identified at-risk students.

Credit by Exam

Testing is offered in June and July according to Board Policy.

Pre-AP & AP 

Provide intense preparation for college in English, math, science, history, computer science, and fine arts

Texas State Marine 
Education Center

Offers supportive educational activities for all core disciplines through hands-on, marine-oriented lessons and in-service workshops for teachers.

Parent and Home/School Liaison

Translates for non-English speaking families and interacts on student absences, tardies, immunizations, opportunities, etc.  Contact: Sherri Seaman at 361-972-5491.

Cosmetology

Students will have the opportunity to become a licensed cosmetologist.  Students must complete 1000 hours of training, attain a high school diploma and pass the written and practical portion of the TDLR test to become licensed to practice.