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Academic Advisement

For academic and graduation advisement, please see our counselor.


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Please use the links below to quickly access information that will help you and your child in your quest for academic excellence.


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Academics

At Oakwood ISD, we are Dedicated to Excellence! From pre-kindergarten through high school, your child’s academic career is in good hands. Beyond the degrees they have already earned, our teachers receive additional education and training to help them use the best programs available, so that your child will learn effectively and excel.


Academic Programs

We know that all children have different strengths, and that they learn in various ways. The many programs we participate in serve to meet the needs of all of our students. Some of our academic programs include:

Accelerated Reader
Our elementary students use the Accelerated Reader software monitoring program that accesses a student’s reading level and suggests titles of books at that level, thus encouraging them to read more.

Career & Technical Education (CTE)
We are proud to be able to offer career and technical programs in agriculture, business, and certified nurse assisting. We welcome the participation of all of our students, and we will do our best to make sure that a student’s lack of English skills is not a barrier to participating and learning in all of our programs.

Welding

Discovery Education
Discovery Education helps students excel by engaging them in today’s digital age. Lessons come alive as students learn through digital textbooks and videos.

Khan Academy
A free, online collection of more than 47,000 short video tutorials, students learn mathematics, history, science, art history, and more.

UIL Academic Contests
The University Interscholastic League provides educational extracurricular academic, athletic, and music contests. Created by The University of Texas at Austin in 1910, it has grown into the largest inter-school organization of its kind in the world.

Dual Credit Academic Courses
Students earn college credit while satisfying their high school requirements, giving them a great head start in achieving their academic goals.