Welcome to Carl Wunsche Sr. High School
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Spring Independent School District is moving Career and Technical Education into the new millennium with the opportunities provided at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School, a Career Academy in Spring ISD. Students choosing to attend the Academy will have opportunities to enhance academic and career success through participation in workplace learning activities, internships, mentorships, and/or cooperative learning programs. Students will also be able to earn college articulated credit, therefore getting a head start on their post-secondary education. We are breaking the mold here at the Academy, and we invite you to have a look.

2015/2016 Wunsche Course Selection for Current Wunsche Students
Current 10th and 11th grade students will begin selecting their courses for the 2015/2016 school year on March 24th.  Their course selection sheet is due back on March 27th to their CTE teacher.  Counselors will have individual student meetings to approve the students' next sequence of courses, to advise, and to assist with online input of courses.  

Please refer to the two attached power points that have been shown to students in preparation for course selection.

Registration Information Part 1
Registration Information Part 2

Since its start in 2006, Carl Wunsche Sr. High School has been a leader in providing students with access to Career and Technical Educational (CTE) programs, real world experience, rigorous coursework and mentor and internship opportunities.

Earlier this year, students participated in a Career Pathway Demonstration event to showcase the skills they have learned.

UPDATE:  Students will be expected to carry clear/mesh backpacks for the 2014-15 school year
1. Will students be allowed to carry laptop bags that are not clear?
Student laptops can be carried in a protective sleeve that fits in your backpack.

2. Will students be allowed to carry purses that are not clear?
Students are allowed to carry a purse that is not clear; however, they must be smaller than an established size standard. Loaf of Bread ~ 6”x5”x12”

3. Does my lunch bag have to be clear?
No. They can also fit in the backpack and are subject to search.

4. Will athletes be allowed to carry larger athletic bags that are not clear for their athletic equipment and clothing?
Athletic bags are checked at the Security Access Point. They can be picked up by coaches (if applicable) or stored for when students leave for their home campus.

5. Can we have mesh backpacks instead of clear plastic?

6. Can the plastic be colored, but still see-through?

7. Will "mesh" backpack be acceptable or must be clear plastic?

It was a great day for Logan Roper and Morgan Steinecke at the Harris County Fair

Logan Roper, Grand Reserve British, & Grand Reserve Calf Scramble

Morgan Steinecke, an FFA member and officer, won 7th place with Single Fryer Rabbit

Texas House Bill 5 (HB 5)
Texas House Bill 5 (HB 5) was passed by the 83rd Legislature and signed by the governor in June 2013. Since then school districts across the state have been involved in the implementation process. The new law impacts several areas, including assessments, graduation requirements and accountability.

For more information, visit the HB 5 video page or Spring ISD's House Bill 5 website.

School Start Times
CWHS - 7:05 a.m.
SHS - 7:15 a.m.
WHS - 7:15 a.m.
DHS - 7:15 a.m.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
We believe that providing access for personal electronic devices will enhance the educational experience for our students. Students may access the SpringISD network with any mobile device.

Dedicated Service Graduate Program FAQ (DSGP)
Instilled with an interest in volunteerism, it is our goal that Spring ISD students serve in their community while in school and throughout their lives. This involvement will positively impact our communities and citizens as we believe volunteerism equals success! Please click here to learn more about Spring ISD's Dedicated Service Graduate Program.

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