Listed in National schools for 2016.

Dallas International School (P)

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10.545

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Dallas International School (P)

17811 Waterview Parkway, Dallas, TX 75252

Dallas, TX

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RANK YEAR E&E% SUBS. LUNCH% INDEX
2 2014 100.00 0.00 7.625
RANK SCHOOL CITY STATE E&E% SUBS. LUNCH% INDEX
1 BASIS Oro Valley Oro Valley AZ 100.00 27.320
24 Uplift Education North Hills Preparatory Irving TX 76.00 21.00 10.759
25 Dallas International School (P) Dallas TX 91.00 4.50 10.545
26 Boca Raton Community Boca Raton FL 46.00 34.00 10.515
2868 Hot Springs Hot Springs AR 20.00 1.000

School Information

0 AP Courses
15 IB Courses
0 Cambridge/ACE
3 Varsity Sports
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    Statistics

    Four-year graduation rate

    100%

    Average ACT score

    24.2

    Principal's years of experience

    9

    Average SAT score

    1725

    Enrollment

    628

    Age of school building

    24

    Students in special education

    0%

    Students attending 4-year colleges

    100%

    Ethnic Breakdown

    This school didn't provide ethnicity data.

    School Pep

    School Colors—Blue and White

    Mascot—Les Tigres

    Enrollment Policy

    None

    Extra Item(s) of Interest

    Dallas International School currently has 628 students from 50 nationalities in grades PK2 through 12th grade. The school offers the only multilingual immersion curriculum in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex which focuses on early childhood mastery of foreign languages and advanced science and math. Preschool children attend classes on alternating days in French and English, and one half day a week in Spanish. When they reach 6th grade, the students have the choice to continue with Spanish or take Mandarin Chinese as their third language. High school students have the choice of following the French Baccalaureate Diploma Program or the Bi-Lingual International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.

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