Congratulations to Miranda Wilkes ‘19 for receiving the Houston Affiliate Award from the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT). Over 4,000 girls from all over America applied to the program and Miranda was one of 100 accepted students in the Houston area.
A big congratulations to our Impact Dance Team who were awarded Overall Grand Champion in class, Judges Award for Excellence, Ascension Challenge Winner for Best Team Players, and Academic Excellence Award for highest GPA average!
The Leadership Live! team hosted Ms. Erica Raggett, who shared her leadership journey.
IWA Impact Dance Team won Best in Class, Outstanding Performance Quality, and Silver Sweepstakes!
Meghan Moody '19, Caroline Moody '20, and Miranda Wilkes '19 attended the Bank of America Women's Leadership Series this week as guests of Asia Society of Texas. The students listened to an all-female panel of energy executives talk about the importance of STEM education in the heart of the "Energy Capital of the World."
IWA was proud to honor senior Morgan Sword as she signed her letter of intent on the 2019 National Signing Day. Morgan put pen to paper and committed to play golf at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. She is the first IWA graduate to play golf at the college level.
Congratulations to Elissa Akuchie ‘19, Natalie Birney ‘19, Debbie Dinh ‘20, Michela Durrette ‘19, Bella Kerfers ‘20, Suzanna Marbach ‘19, and Adrianah Rangel ‘19 who competed as a team in the Vase Competition. All of the team's submissions ranked at the top of their Division and medaled. A special congratulations to Natalie Birney who's sculptural bust, Face of Beauty, was selected to compete individually at the VASE State Competition.
Dominique Nanquil '20, Sofia Garza '21, and Elise Potier '22 were selected to perform with the TPSMEA All-State Choir at Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts led by Dr. Carolyn Cruse in Richardson, Texas.
Since 1974, National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme for National Catholic Schools Week 2019 is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.”
Nine IWA seniors traveled to Washington, DC with the Close Up High School Program, a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization which aims to inform, inspire and empower young people to exercise the rights and accept the responsibilities of citizens in a democracy.