The annual event raised money for scholarships and financial aid, and proved that "Love is All You Need."
For nearly 150 years, Incarnate Word Academy has offered young women a Catholic,
college-preparatory high school education, based on academics, values and spirituality.
Our Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation Ceremony celebrated our senior class.
May 19 is the last day of classes for seniors. See how members of the Class of 2021 marked the occasion.
IWA seniors Isabella Garza '21 and Amanda Stockton '21 will play with the NCAA.
Under the direction of Mr. Joshua Wilson, the choir and its ensembles earned high marks from state judges.
Two IWA students accomplish what less than one percent of National Latin Exam takers do.
Kate Sullivan '21 discussed her geosciences research at one of the country's most prestigious science events.
Two groups of IWA students launch online fundraisers to help a community organization.
Incarnate Word Academy exceeded its goal, with generous donations from Falcon families and friends.
Five students earn regional and state kudos.
Amelia Horner '22 is a member of the IWA Choir and plays bass with her band, Quantum Souls. Lily Cromeens '21 caught up with her following the band's concert at White Oak Music Hall.
Emily Chaires '22 spent Election Day 2020 as a high school student electronics support specialist. The experience gave her a real-time look at democracy in action.
Students come together in faith and sisterhood.
See how their writing showcases a slice of high school life.
Seniors AnaSofia Aragon and Lily Collora combined their love of fashion and interest in sustainability to build a brand that's chic and affordable.
Find out how IWA's relationship with St. Thomas High School made it possible for Isabelle Lavoie '23 to achieve one of her must-haves for high school.
Three seniors are 2021 National Merit Scholarship Commended Stutdents.
It's one of the Academy's most treasured traditions. And this year, IWA remade it for the time of Covid-19.
Emily York '21 is the first IWA student in several years to take on the role.
The junior discusses taking risks, mathematics and how joining the track team gave her insight on exploring opportunities.
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Incarnate Word Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.