Summer School Information
. . .Application now available
Summer School will be held at St. Anthony HS. This year there will be no online summer registration. Applications will be available on our website www.incarnatewordhs.org beginning March 10. You may also pick up a form in the hallway wooden case outside the Registrar’s Office. Mrs. Martinez the Registrar will be accepting applications, beginning Monday, March 20. All students must have a Business Office clearance to be able to register for summer school classes. Payments may be made with credit card or checks payable to Incarnate Word High School. A copy of the receipt must be attached with the application. Click on the links below for additional information.
To enroll for summer school at a school OTHER than IWHS, including UIW Prep, students MUST meet in advance with Mrs. Martinez, Registrar, or Ms. Kaye Robinson, Vice Principal for Academics, for approval and to have their form signed. Be sure to bring with you the school form from the other district that you will be attending.
Sign up for SAT Prep Course.
Just a friendly reminder, now that those SAT/PSAT scores are rolling in, that there will be two more on-campus SAT Prep Courses this Spring. The 6-week, after school courses, taught by Mr. Courtney, have helped over 100 Shamrocks to raise their SAT scores. The first course will begin January 21. Check the link under Current Highlights. Registration deadline is Jan. 17. If you have any questions, please email Mr. Courtney at email@example.com.
The Campus Ministry fundraiser is underway. Buy beautiful Poinsettias for yourself or to give as gifts. The plants are $12 and must be ordered no later that Dec. 6. Download the order form and return it with money to Campus Ministry.
Download: Poinsettia Order Form
Dual Credit Study Abroad Informational Meeting
Imagine going to Heidelberg, Germany, and Strasbourg, France, and getting credit at the same time! It's an experience of a lifetime.
We invite you to learn more about this exciting opportunity on Friday, October 21, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. in the UIW International Conference Center (ICC) Auditorium. If you are interested, come to the meeting and find out what you need to do to be one of the 30 students selected.
Scholarship opportunities are available to ensure the 30 students selected are those who are most likely to succeed in and benefit from this program. Details of the course offerings and study abroad specifics will be shared at the Information Session, and questions will be answered at the conclusion of the presentation.
For further details, please contact Melissa A. Sayre, UIW Prep Coordinator of Faculty, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (210) 805-3084.
Shadow a Shamrock
Shamrock Shadow Program is in full swing as many 8th graders from schools across the city have already visited. It is a great opportunity to learn of the academic, spiritual and athletic opportunities that await students interested in pursuing a unique and exemplary high school experience. For more information, contact the Director of Enrollment, Carli Valverde at IWHSEnroll@uiwtx.edu.
Cycling for Wellness
In an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer, this fall IWHS Athletic Director, Coach April Fricke embarked on an historic ride for a good cause. She completed her ride at 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 20. She rode her bike along the same route the first three Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word traveled from Freeport to San Antonio in 1869, approximately 250 miles. This is the second year Fricke has completed the ride to raise funds for The CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Mobile Mammography Unit. Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word community and IWHS students, faculty, and parents welcomed her. Congratulations, Coach Fricke for your dedication to this important cause.