Parents please join us on Saturday March 2nd from 8:30 – 12 for our 2nd annual Parent Academy.
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Parents please join us on Saturday March 2nd from 8:30 – 12 for our 2nd annual Parent Academy.
The Care Van will be at HSA Garland on Friday August 10th from 10-12 offering free immunizations for those who qualify! Free Childhood Immunizations
Robotics Camp during the week of JULY 30-August 3 Task: Student will design, program and build robot, learn coding skills Grade: 7 th grade students Dates: July 30-August 3 Days: Monday – Friday Time: 8am-12pm What will the students learn? · Problem-solving · Critical Thinking · Collaborative teamwork · Adapting to new challenges · Use the MINDSTORMS® software and discover visual programming · Build MINDSTORMS robots that use motors ·Programming and use the different sensors · Recognize gears and gear ratios (Physics […]
Summer office hours will be from 9 am – 3 pm Monday – Friday from June 4th – July 31st.
Please join us as we welcome District 113 State Representative candidates Jonathan Boos and Rhetta Bowers to our campus for a Student Empowerment Forum. This event will be a student led question and answer session with the candidates.
Please help our Senior Class of 2018 win the DFW District Senior Class Video Contest! Visit @hsigarland’s Facebook page and like and share the video to score points for our seniors!
Congratulations to Stephanie for being awarded the bronze medal in the engineering category for her Biomedical Pill Sorter at this year’s H-SEF in Houston.
Congratulations to our Solar Roller teams. They were named overall champion for the 2nd year in a row. Out of 6 categories they scored first or second in 5 categories. They were named 1st and 2nd place Overall Champions, They took 1st place in the PV Scramble, Photon Autobahn and Perseverance Award. They also placed […]
He will be participating in the Biology of the Sea Turtle where he will get to explore sea turtle biology and ecology on the Texas coast where there are 5 of the 7 species of turtles. Working hands on with the biologists at NOAA Fisheries, Texas A&M University Galveston Campus, Padre Island National Seashore and […]
Congratulations Natalia for being named a 2018 Terry Scholar! Natalia will use this scholarship to pursue a degree in Communication Science with an emphasis in Deaf Studies at Texas Woman’s University.
Congratulations to Avery for being named a Presidential Scholarship awardee at Tarleton State University where she will be pursuing a degree in Animal Science.
Congratulations Karl and Omer for placing first in best designed car, best journal and fastest car and for being awarded 1st place as the Regional Overall Winner for the Junior Sprint Solar Car Challenge! They now advance to the Nationals in Florida!
There will be a PTO meeting on Friday April 13th at 6 pm in the library. Parents please plan to attend and hear about the upcoming dance!
Congratulations to Abena for being awarded the Dallas Mustang Scholarship to SMU!
Friday March 30th is a student/staff holiday.
Our seniors enjoyed their trip to California over Spring Break!
Please register now for the Parent Academy. Parents will be able to attend an array of informational sessions on Saturday morning March 24th. Free childcare is available for the first 30 who register! Registration Form (English) Registration Form (Spanish)
Have a great week off! We will see everyone back on campus on Monday March 19th!
The Academic Calendar for the 2018/2019 school year has been released. 2018/2019 Academic Calendar
Parents please get involved and join our PTO. The next meeting is Friday March 23rd at 6 pm in the library. March meeting
We are proud of our Seniors!
Congratulations to Mayra and Jasmina for placing 2nd and 3rd in the LOTE singing competition!
Congratulations to our HOSA teams for competing in the Area 3 DLC for HOSA Texas in Irving. They competed in the Parliamentary Procedures and Public Health sections. The Parliamentary Procedure team was awarded a 4th place win! The Texas Association of Health Occupations Students of America began in 1972 as a state organization of students […]
Congratulations to our National Honor Society inductees!
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