About Enrichment Programs

  • Mission

    The Fort Bend ISD's Department of Social Emotional Learning & Enrichment Programs provides deep and relevant learning experiences and engaging enrichment opportunities to students who achieve at high levels or who have the potential to do so.  All FBISD students have the opportunity to select advanced programming in their areas of interest.  Programs include Academic Academies, Duke TIP, and Academic Competitions.  
     
    The Fort Bend ISD is proud of its long tradition of offering all students access to rigorous courses and challenging activities that are designed to equip students with the skills needed to succeed both in FBISD and beyond.  The Fort Bend ISD Social Emotional Learning & Enrichment Programs provides access to these rich learning experiences in tandem with support for success in advanced academic programming. 
      

    Academies

    A number of specialized academies exist at the secondary level to provide focused study and services, launching our students toward careers and college pathways in a number of highly skilled and competitive areas.  High school Academies, ECHS & P-TECH programs are also offered for select students.  All of these programs are offered through an application process, which includes a combination of academic performance data, test scores and interviews.Use the navigation on the left to read more about these programs.  
     

    Enrichment

    Fort Bend ISD students can participate in a number of academic competitions that provide further opportunities to help students be successful with future endeavors and become highly competitive at the collegiate level.  All students are encouraged to become involved in academic enrichment outside of the regular classroom.  FBISD has a variety of academic contests, clubs and competitions available at all levels to students.  Advanced out-of-school options and competitions serve to extend the curriculum and strengthen student abilities in problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration.  A few examples of these activities include Academic Decathlon, Academic UIL, Destination Imagination as well as both the History and Science Fair. 
  • ANNOUNCEMENTS:

     

    2021-2022 Program/Course Proposal Submissions Now Accepted

     

    Thank you for your interest in submitting a course proposal for the 2021-2022 school year. In Fort Bend ISD, we strive to inspire and equip all students to pursue futures beyond what they can imagine. One of the ways we accomplish this mission is through regularly reviewing and approving courses to broaden student learning.

     

    Click here to submit your program/course proposal.

     

    In the proposal submission, you will need to confirm that you have:

    • Received approval from your campus principal to submit the proposal or indicate you are a campus principal, curriculum director or coordinator. You will be required to upload a signed approval page during the online submission
    • Met with your district curriculum coordinator to discuss considerations for offering the proposed course including, but not limited to feasibility, textbook or other materials, and budget.

     

    For additional information regarding the course approval process, please contact the SEL and Enrichment Programs Department.

     

    For additional questions regarding your proposed course, please contact your district curriculum coordinator.

     

    June 17th- August 14th: Program/Course proposal submission window open

    August 2020: Proposal review

    September 2020: Notification of approved proposals and/or notification of proposal moving to Board review (innovative courses only).

    November 2020: Board Meeting

     

    2021-2022 Program/Course Proposal Submissions

    2021-2022 Campus Principal Approval Form

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