Dallas Independent School District will be hosting a school expo on Saturday, Nov. 2 at W.H. Adamson High School from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Dallas has created a day where you can find a school based upon your child’s special interests, needs, and goals. Many of the top education programs in Dallas ISD will be available at the expo.
The options will include Montessori, International Baccalaureate, Gifted and Talented, Single Gender, Two-Way Dual Language, STEM, and more.
To those families with high school children, there will be information about college prep. Freshmen will have the chance to participate in a program where they can leave high school with a diploma and 60 hours of college credits at no charge.
At choice schools, free transportation is provided to students who live two or more miles from the school.
The Discover Dallas ISD expo will allow parents to talk to representatives from various schools and the chance to apply on-site. The event will include workshops to help steer parents towards the best school for their children.
For more information visit dallasisd.org/discover.