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Graduating Class of 2016

...May 22, 2016

Incarnate Word High School proudly presents the Graduating Class of 2016. On Sunday, May 22, IWHS faculty and administration, families and friends gathered to celebrate the graduation of 114 accomplished young ladies at the UIW Convocation Center. Their involvement in school and community endeavors encompasses every club, organization, leadership, faith and service representative of Incarnate Word. Congratulations to Valedictorian . . .

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Softball: TAPPS 5A State Champions

. . . 24th in USA Today's 25 national rankings

Congratulations, Shamrock Softball! Second straight year in a row and 3rd time in 5 years! In a final game against Houston St. Agnes on Aug. 13, the Shamrocks barrelled past with a 9-1 win. This is the 7th state title for Softball. Read the story in MySA "Softball: Incarnate Word repeats as TAPPS 5A state champion." Congratulations to the coaches and amazing Softball team! Way to Shine, Shamrocks! . . .

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Brainpower Summer School 2016

  Summer school will be hosted by Incarnate Word HS during the month of June 2016.  Session 1 will be held June 6-17 and Session 2 will run from June 20-July 1.     Each session represents a semester and runs two weeks in length.  Registration deadline for Session 1 is May 6, 2016 and Session 2 is May 27, 2016. The summer school day is scheduled from 8:00 - 2:30 . . .

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2016-17 English Required Summer Reading

....Engage and Enjoy

All four English grade levels have summer reading requirements. In addition to reading the assigned books, students may have additional tasks to complete before the first day of classes. Please read the instructions carefully for your grade level. Have an enjoyable and enlightened summer. 9th Grade   English I and I pre AP summer reading instructions 10th Grade . . .

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