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Wharton Dual Language Academy

Mission Statement


Wharton Dual Language Academy’s mission is to empower our students to become respectful, life-long, bilingual and bi-literate inquirers who celebrate diversity as responsible citizens of the world.


La Academia Wharton de Doble Vía

Declaración de Principios

La misión de La Academia Wharton de Doble Vía es capacitar a nuestros estudiantes a ser respetuosos investigadores bilingües y biletrados, a adoptar una actitud activa de aprendizaje durante toda su vida,  y que celebren la diversidad como ciudadanos responsables del mundo.


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What is Dual Language?

The Wharton Elementary Dual Language philosophy promotes both Spanish and English as languages of equal value. We feel that by placing importance on both languages we are not only preparing our students for the multi-lingual, multicultural world we are living in, but they are also learning the importance and value in respecting other cultures in our increasingly global society.

To learn more about the benefits of our Dual Language Program, click here. To see the program in action and see first hand the amazing results, come visit us!

International Spanish Academy (ISA)

The International Spanish Academies constitute an educational program in English and Spanish through the collaboration of American and Canadian public schools and the Ministry of Education and Science of Spain, which aims to fulfill the following objectives:
  1. Encourage students’ academic success in all subjects of the curriculum.
  2. Educate students in the values of multicultural education to foster international communication and respect among different cultures.
  3. Train students to express themselves and effectively communicate in English and Spanish in their personal relationships and in an academic setting.
  4. Facilitate and promote the access of students to prestigious centers of higher education throughout the U.S., Spain/Europe and Latin America.
  5. Prepare the students for their professional development in an international context.
  6. Promote the participation of distinct groups and social sectors of the community in an integrative, educational project.

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    Congratulations Wharton!

    The “Children at Risk”, a Houston-based nonprofit organization, has released the results of its 2015 rankings of the area’s public schools, using the most recent data available from TEA.  There are a total of nearly 1,350 campus from the eight-county Houston region.


    The group orders all schools from the highest to the lowest and awarded them letter grades from A+ to F.  Overall, the rankings were based on award 3 indexes: student achievement (60%), socioeconomic performance (20%) and student growth (20%).  


    This year, Wharton’s results are as follows:

    ·         Wharton was ranked an A+ for both elementary and middle school! 

    ·         Our middle school is ranked number 5 in the entire Houston area! 

    ·         Our elementary school ranked number 24 in the entire Houston area!


    This accomplishment is due to our teacher’s hard work and dedication!  Hats off to all of them!  We couldn’t be prouder!

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