Basic RGB - El Paso Independent School District

While attending the Irvin High
Science, Technology, Engineering and
Math Academy, every student is
introduced to STEM related
professions and career choices. The
mission of the Irvin High Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math
Academy is to propel students into
STEM careers through innovative
classroom environments.
The pre-engineering program at Chapin
High School introduces students to the
scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering and engineering technology prior to
entering college. EPISD has partnered
with Project Lead the Way to provide a
four-year sequence of courses that
provide both theory and application,
giving students meaningful, hands-on
experience in problem solving, teamwork, and project-based learning.
Coronado High School is home to the
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Program which is considered by many
as the best college preparatory
curriculum available in the world
today. IB encourages students to ask
challenging questions, critically reflect,
develop research skills, learn how to
learn and participate in community
Silva Magnet High School focuses on
medical health care professions while
preparing students for greater career
exploration and opportunities to
obtain certifications as an LVN, CNA,
Pharmacy Technician or Physical
Therapy Assistant. Rigorous
academics are taught at the Pre AP, AP
and Dual Credit levels for students’
preparing to meet the challenges of
top colleges and universities.
The International Business Academy at
Bowie High School offers students a
once in a lifetime opportunity to pursue
course work in both business and
marketing. The Academy combines the
personalized attention of a select
magnet with all the programs offered at
a four-year high school.
The Sandra Day O’Connor Criminal
Justice/Public Service Academy at
Austin High School introduces students
to the career pathways of law enforcement, fire fighting and law. This unique
program links the education of its
students to the needs of the country for
police officers, firefighters, lawyers and
other professionals in those career
The Dual Language Curriculum at El
Paso High School is a social sciences,
Pre-AP and AP based curriculum.
Instruction is delivered 50% in Spanish,
and 50% in English as a means to
produce fully bilingual, biliterate and
bi-cultural students. Students can
graduate with up to 36 Spanish college
credits as well as receive an advanced
Seal of Bi-literacy endorsement.
Magnet School
Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Are you interested in attending one of EPISD’s career-oriented
Magnet School Programs during your freshman year? Advanced Academic Services welcomes you
and your parents to attend any of the following informational presentations:
Featured Campus(es)
Other programs will have representation
and be available for questions at each event.
Austin High School-Sandra Day O’Connor Criminal Justice/
Public Service Academy
Bowie High School-International Business Academy
6:00 - 7:00 PM
October 13, 2014
Austin HS Main Gym
Chapin High School- Pre-Engineering Magnet Program
Irvin High School- Science/Technology/Engineering/Math
6:00 - 7:00 PM
October 27, 2014
Chapin Theater
Silva Health Magnet High School- School for Health Professions
6:00 - 7:00 PM
November 12, 2014
Silva Health Magnet
HS Auditorium
Coronado High School- International Baccalaureate
(IB) Program
6:00 - 7:00 PM
November 17, 2014
Coronado Cafeteria
P.O. Box 20100
El Paso, Texas 79998-0100
El Paso High School- Dual Language Magnet Program
Transmountain Early College High School
6:00 - 7:00 PM
November 4, 2014
The Forum at EPCC
The El Paso Independent School District does not discriminate in its educational programs or employment practices on
the basis of race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, citizenship, military status, disability, genetic
information, gender stereotyping and perceived sexuality, or on any other basis prohibited by law. Inquiries concerning
the application of Titles VI, VII, IX, and Section 504 may be referred to the District compliance officer, Patricia Cortez,
at 230-2033; Section 504 inquiries regarding students may be referred to Cecilia Whiteman at 230-2836.
El Distrito Escolar Independiente de El Paso no discrimina en los programas de educación o en prácticas de empleo
usando el criterio de raza, color, edad, sexo, religión, origen nacional, estado civil, ciudadanía, estado militar, discapacidad, información genética, estereotipo sexual o sexualidad percibida, u otra práctica prohibida por la ley. Preguntas acerca
de la aplicación del título VI, VII o IX, y la Sección 504 pueden ser referidas al oficial del distrito, Patricia Cortez al
230-2033; preguntas sobre 504 tocante a estudiantes pueden ser referidas a Cecilia Whiteman al 230-2836.
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