Summer 2019 Programs

  • C3 Camp, June 3-6

    C3 Camp is for all rising DISD 5th – 8th grade girls and boys. Students will participate in hands-on experiences in non-traditional gender specific occupations. Register at

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  • P-TECH Summer Bridge, June 3-6

    Rising 9th graders who are enrolling in the Architectural Design P-TECH are invited to Summer Bridge - an intensive academic preparation program that provides opportunities to strengthen academic skills necessary for high school, college readiness and career readiness and exploration.

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  • College Readiness Bootcamp, June 18-19

    Rising 10th and 11th graders are invited to learn the keys to college success and prep for the TSI. Register for the College Readiness Bootcamp at

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  • Explore Architectural Design, July 23-25

    The Architectural Design P-TECH invites students in grades 5-8 to participate in three days of exploration that will include site visits and an introduction to architectural design. Register at

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  • Breakfast & Lunch

    Meals will be provided for students participating in summer programs at the high school on the following dates: June 3-27 and July 8 - August 1.

    Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. -9:00 a.m.

    Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

    For more information, contact Duncanville ISD Nutrition Services at (972) 708-2328.

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  • cte

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) Overview

    Duncanville ISD students have the opportunity to integrate academic and technical education, following the concept of Programs of Study through Achieve Texas and CTE. All students can succeed in a lifetime of success and excellence by exploring career options and making wise decisions about how best to follow a field of interest. CTE provides 15 clusters of study that will prepare students by connecting school to what they aspire to do tomorrow. Courses provide students with the knowledge, training, and confidence based on career goals under the guidance of parents, guardians and educators. In connection to the classroom, students may be provided hands-on learning, field-based experiences, internships, college credits through area community colleges and test to earn industry standard certifications.

    • Integrated classroom learning experiences
    • Hands-on training
    • Field-based experiences
    • Internships
    • College credits
    • Tests for industry standard certification


    Duncanville ISD's CTE website is currently under construction and will be published by this summer.

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