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Superintendent's Scholars Program

Superintendent's Scholars

Each semester, high school students have the opportunity to become"Superintendent's Scholars" through a program offered to honor academic excellence. Qualifying students are recognized each semester through school assemblies, certificates and other incentives. At the end of the school year, students who receive the distinction both semesters are honored at an annual luncheon along with the senior students who qualified for the honor all eight semesters of their high school career.

To qualify for Superintendent’s Scholars in a given semester:

  • Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors must be taking at least five of the courses included in the Superintendent’s Scholars program
  • Seniors must be taking at least four of the courses included in the program
  • All students must make at least a 95 average in regular courses, and at least a 90 average in AP and Pre-AP courses

All courses offered at the four AISD high schools (including AmTech Career Academy) will count towards Superintendent’s Scholars except:

  • English as a Second Language courses not subject to EOC or TAKS testing
  • Special Education classes
  • Physical Education classes
  • Athletics
  • Local credit courses

For more information, contact your high school counselor.