The English Language Arts and Reading courses in Lewisville ISD are designed to develop students across all for literacy domains: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Courses are offered in a variety of formats and levels to meet students needs.
Advanced English Electives
The Lewisville ISD Mathematics courses are designed to develop students as critical thinkers who are able to analyze situations and solve problems in meaningful contexts. In our math courses students: communicate using the language of mathematics; make connections within and outside of mathematics; compute accurately and efficiently; and reason both formally and informally to solve problems. All students learn essential math content in Algebra I and Geometry. Then, a variety of options exist for students to select additional math coursework based on their personal interests and future goals
The Lewisville ISD Science courses are designed in a way that students will acquire science content, make meaning and understanding of science principles, then transfer their knowledge to new situations outside of the classroom. The LISD Science courses will equip students with skills required to think critically and make informed decisions in the future.
The Social Studies department in Lewisville ISD has many exciting offerings for a variety of student interests. We offer on-level, Pre-AP, AP, and Dual Credit classes. We have several electives for students to choose.
All Social Studies
The Lewisville ISD Fine Arts department serves Art, Band, Choir, Dance, Orchestra and Theatre in Lewisville ISD middle and high school settings as well as Elementary Art and Music in all 40 Lewisville ISD elementary schools. Talented program directors foster student creativity and cultural awareness, and enable students to engage in enrichment programs at all grade levels. Lewisville ISD Fine Arts students and programs consistently earn state level qualifications, sweepstakes performance ratings, and local, regional, and national recognition for exceptional performances and achievements.
Dance & Drill Team
Journalism, Speech & Debate
Courses in journalism offer students opportunities to explore a variety of media used in contemporary media and publishing. Students practically apply their learning to produce a variety of products across mediums.