Curriculum and Instruction
The essential purpose of a school system is to educate all students to high levels through quality teaching and learning. This includes recognizing characteristics unique to each student and providing a process for development and expression of students’ innate abilities and talents. Irving ISD is committed to the development of a curriculum that imparts knowledge, concepts, skills, processes and attitudes necessary for students to be successful and competitive in a global society. All students of Irving ISD shall have access to the district curriculum that incorporates, extends and enhances the state curriculum standards.
News and Updates
Irving ISD Named National AP District of the Year by College Board
The College Board has named Irving ISD as its 2015 National AP District of the Year! This honor is a result of the district expanding access to Advanced Placement (AP) courses and improving AP Exam performance.
Irving ISD was one of 547 school districts across the United States and Canada that achieved placement on the 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll. From this list, College Board selected three AP Districts of the Year based on an analysis of three academic years of AP data.