IWA is proud to announce that it will be one of the first high schools in the country to offer leadership development coaching to our students.
The IWA choir will sing the National Anthem before the Astros take the field at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday, August 20th!
Michela Durrette shared her inspirational story of facing brain cancer in 6th grade to graduating at the top of her high school class with the KHOU 11 news team. Click below to watch her message of faith and determination.
This week eight Falcons were honored as finalists in the University of St. Thomas annual essay contest.
Congratulations to all of the students who were recognized for their hard work, spirit, and dedication at this year's Academic Awards event.
IWA hosted the 7th annual Look 'n Lead Middle School Leadership Conference. Thirty-eight IWA students put on a day of programming designed to help the students identify their strengths, social justice passions, and leadership style.
Fifteen AP Computer Science Principles students attended a Computer Science Fair put on by TEALS, a Microsoft Philanthropies program that partners with IWA. Students spoke with women from Conoco-Phillips in a Women Talk Tech session, competed (and won) a hacking competition, and operated robotic fingers.
Mr. Lindner, a meteorologist who has worked at the Harris County Flood Control District since 2003 and during Hurricane Harvey, shared what it was like to be thrust into the spotlight for doing his job, and gave advice for the girls that no matter how prepared you are in life, you have to be ready for the unexpected.
Thirty-one IWA students and four faculty members travelled across the pond over Spring Break for a memorable trip to England, Belgium, and France.
This year's event included over 30 professional women from throughout the Houston community who gave insight and perspective on a myriad of careers including law, forensic pathology, graphic design, computer science, cinematography, physical therapy, neuroscience, engineering, geology, finance, and more.