iSchoolHigh - The Woodlands An Early College High School Offering Tuition-Free College and Personalized Instruction
iSchool High - The Woodlands is a tuition-free public charter school with personalized instruction. At iSchool High - The Woodlands , students are able to master their coursework and learn to become upstanding citizens as they prepare for college. Our personalized approach, blended learning curriculum, and dedicated staff make iSchool High - The Woodlands the best, no-cost public school for the The Woodlands area.
Our mission is to provide hope for students through a college preparatory, mastery-based, blended-learning educational option that promotes a free society and cultivates moral and academic excellence. Our goal is to create responsible, goal-orientated students who are focused on academic success.
Our partnership with Lone Star College helps students seamlessly transition into college and earn college credit, but they still enjoy the high school experience. iSchool High - The Woodlands students experience many of the social and recreational opportunities found at other high schools in our area.
Enrolling Grades 9 - 12
Our campus is small by design, which gives it a private school atmosphere where parents, faculty, and staff can work together for the benefit of each child. Though it may seem like a small private school, it is an established, tuition-free public school of choice.
iSchool High - The Woodlands doesn’t offer a traditional education. We implement a system that is built around the student’s needs.
We present the correct tools for students to strengthen their academic weaknesses and improve upon their strengths. Our self-directed curriculum, passionate teachers, and proven academic program helps students achieve their goals on their own terms.
Public charter schools are open enrollment, tuition-free, public schools of choice, and are open to every student who wishes to enroll. The Texas Legislature authorized the establishment of charter schools in 1995 to give families public school options in their communities. Click Here to learn more.
iSchool High is an Early College High School
The Early College High School Initiative in the United States allows students to receive a high school diploma and an associate degree, or up to two years of college credit, by taking a mixture of high school and college classes. This differs from dual enrollment, where students are enrolled in a traditional high school and take college classes, whereas early college students take high school classes in preparation for full college workloads. At early colleges, students also have fewer high school classes because some of their college classes replace their high school classes. Click Here to learn more.
Mastery-Based, Blended Learning
Students set daily academic learning goals using data based on knowledge and skills instead of an arbitrary, one-size-fits-all approach. Throughout the day, students work independently to complete their daily goals. During this time teachers provide support when needed and monitor students throughout the learning center.