Inside South Texas ISD, there are no limits as to how far you can go when it comes to learning through courses offered. There is something for everyone. Look through the courses at each of our campuses to see which ones are calling your name. 

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STISD has two medically-themed high schools dedicated to creating future healthcare and medical professionals. Learn about available academic programs, medical certifications and opportunities for admission into early medical school programs at the university level. 

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While enrolled in STISD middle schools, students take above-grade-level courses in various subject area, with the opportunity to gain high school credits to put them on track for more advanced coursework while attending one of STISD's four high schools. 

As a student at the Science Academy, you will learn to create solutions to complex problems, while being instructed by certified engineers and world-class instructors. The campus is partnered with Project Lead the Way (PLTW), a national pre-engineering program in which students can receive college credit beginning freshman year. If you are interested in pursuing a career in a STEM field, the Science Academy has the resources to get you there. 

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For all the creative and curious souls, South Texas ISD World Scholars is an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma program campus, with over 50 courses to choose from. We aren't kidding when we say we have something for everyone. As a World Scholar, you are not only eligible for graduating with an international diploma, but also eligible for free college/university credit opportunities + an associates degree. 

Virtual Academy is STISD’s newest school -  serving students in grades 6-9 in its first year. This is not the same virtual learning you’ve experienced before. Virtual Academy will offer true virtual learning, with instruction and support from certified teachers, small groups and individualized student support. Students will take core courses and electives 100 percent virtually from home, with the opportunity to participate in Dual Credit courses in the future. 

Like the six existing STISD schools, Virtual Academy will serve students from Cameron, Hidalgo and Willacy Counties. It will eventually serve students in grades 6-12, and will phase in additional grades as these cohorts progress through the school years and new ones enroll