DeSoto Independent School District
The school district’s 13 campuses serve more than 9,400 students in the communities of DeSoto, Glenn Heights and Ovilla. The district is committed to developing young people into incredible citizens for the community by focusing on character development, intellectual preparedness and personal leadership. Schools receive strong community support for athletics and academics, while also benefiting from taxpayer support for upgraded facilities.
Full-day pre-K programs, middle school STEAM magnet academies, and early college programs combine to produce talented high school graduates with problem-solving skills and, for some, a concurrent associate degree or an International Baccalaureate diploma.
- In 2017-18, DeSoto High School students earned 249 industry certifications.
- The Class of 2018 had over 800 graduates who earned over $14M in total scholarships.
- Only area high school that is part of the TCU Community Scholars program.
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