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Each district high school sent students to compete in the Region 1 5A Championship Track meet on Friday, April 29 where students from each school qualified to advance to State. Click the headline to read more.
EMS student music and dance will be featured at the Fine Arts Showcase at Bass Hall on Thursday, May 19 in downtown Fort Worth while visual art pieces from the EMS ISD Art Xperience will be highlighted May 17 through May 19 at Milan Gallery in Sundance Square. Click the headline to learn more.
Student artists from across the state competed in the State VASE competition for the visual arts in San Antonio, TX April 22-23 where three CTHS students received top honors and medaled in their respective categories. Click the headline to read more.
EMS ISD Board of Trustees member, Steven G. Newcom was recently recognized as the Texas Society of C.P.A.s' Fort Worth Chapter C.P.A. of the Year. Click the headline to read more.
EMS ISD high school students competed in the Regional UL Academic meet on Saturday, April 23, in Lubbock where Dylan No and Andy VanDaners of SHS and Nicholas White of CTHS advanced to State.
Both BHS and CTHS competed in the regional one-act play competition in Lubbock on Thursday, April 21. CTHS students came in third and were named as an alternate. Click the headline to read more.
Students from each of the district’s three high schools will represent their schools at the 50th Anniversary State Gymnastics Championships, which will be hosted April 29-30 at EMS ISD’s own Chisholm Trail High School. Click the headline to read more.
Two students from Boswell HS have been named finalists in The High School Playwriting Project hosted by Circle Theatre in downtown Fort Worth. Two additional students earned semi-finalist honors in the local competition. Click the headline to read more.
In February, Wayside National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) sponsors, Kim Mays and Shawna Wilson, and NJHS student officers attended the LEAD NJHS Conference in Chicago where they learned about a service-learning project that could impact the lives of students as well as children worldwide.