In Mansfield ISD, students have the power to choose their learning pathway. Explore specialized learning programs from 9:30 a.m. to noon Nov. 4 at the Dr. Jim Vaszauskas Center for the Performing Arts, 1110 W. Debbie Lane.
Families with students entering grades kindergarten through ninth grade in fall 2024 will get the inside scoop on Mansfield ISD’s specialized programs before the application window opens in December. Everyone is invited to attend the expo. Registration is not required.
The expo will showcase:
STEM – Beginning in third grade, students with an enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering and math can attend an academy focused on their passions.
Summit P-TECH – The Summit P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) Academy offers students the opportunity to pursue college credit, work-based learning and industry-recognized certifications in computer programming and software development beginning in the ninth grade.
Fine Arts – Beginning in third grade, students can grow their artistic skills through specialized academies, preparing them for the arts in middle school and beyond.
Early College High School at Timberview High School - The Tarrant County College Southeast Early College High School at Timberview High School allows students to be immersed in a college-going culture in all courses. The school also gives students an opportunity to earn a high school diploma and associate degree (up to 60 credit hours).
Two-Way Dual Language Academy – Beginning in kindergarten, students are immersed in English and Spanish. Students are prepared to become fluent in both languages by the end of fifth grade.
Leadership Academies – Beginning in kindergarten through grade 6, students learn to become leaders through evidence-based curriculum and hone their crucial thinking skills.
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