A pathbreaking ballerina assures our students, "You are enough."
YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAM
CLUBS AND EXTRACURRICULARS
The Young Leaders Program offers a variety of co-curricular programs that complement our leadership classes by providing leadership opportunities open to all students. Students in our co-curricular programs learn about career preparation, network with local leaders, and design and implement school-wide events and learning opportunities.
They join a select group of scholars nationwide.
The College Board recognizes us for our efforts in cultivating diversity in AP Computer Science.
Students named to President's and Principal's Honor Rolls
Spanish classes take advantage of our downtown location to learn more about Mexican heritage.
They're among 16,000 high school students nationwide to earn the honor.
These young women are College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars and College Board National African-American Program Scholars.
College counselor Lesley Watkins has added multiple workshops and advising sessions to our already robust college counseling offerings. They're designed to help our Falcons through the gauntlet of college admissions.
Our Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation Ceremony celebrated our senior class.
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.
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.
Three seniors are 2021 National Merit Scholarship Commended Stutdents.
Maria del Carmen Bello '20 is grateful for the award.
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.
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.