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Academy students will have the opportunity to engage in a full university experience. All courses taken by Academy students will be college courses with matriculated University students and taught by University professors on campus. The Academy will foster students' knowledge of real-world international situations and problems and challenge students to apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Additionally, activities and clubs are available for students to join and interact with peers.
Alexia Serna

Alexia Serna will be attending BAKU Summer Energy School  July 9-21, 2017 Supported by ExxonMobil ,bp, SOCAR, Media Partner, Natural Gas World,  & Natural Gas Europe. Topics of discussion will be Fundamentals of Energy,  Energy Economics (Visit to the Nobel Brothers Museum), Energy Revenue and Resource Management, Energy Law, Geopolitics of Energy(National Museum of History of Azerbaijan, Field trip to Gobustan and Mud Volcanoes and Caucasus Mountains),   Energy and Foreign Policy, Energy and Environment, Strategic Management in the Energy Industry: International Vs. National Oil Companies, The Reginal Perspective of the Caspian-Black sea area, Pipelines and Transport Countries.

Omar Alaine

Omar Alaina accepted to the Early Medical School Acceptance Program(EMSAP) at the University of Texas Medical Branch(UTMB). EMSAP is designed to provide a rigorous undergraduate educational experience to assure that students receive the academic preparation required to pursue a medical education. 

Global Medical Brigades



Students Christian De La Fuente and Bianca Ulloa traveled to Nicaragua during March with the chapter of the Global Medical Brigades at Texas A&M International University.

Students from the Texas Academy participated in the Global Medical Brigades that is sponsored by TAMIU. The program provided  a skill-based 7-10 day brigade to Nicaragua. The focus of this program is to achieve an aspect of a holistic model to strengthen the health and economic development of communities. Volunteers can join a brigade through a Global Brigades chapter on their university campus or workplace, or start their own Global Brigades chapter. Texas Academy students engage as full participants in this program and partake in fundraising efforts and travel alongside other University students.

University Interscholastic League

Since 2014, our students have participated in UIL Invitational Meets. Our students had minimal preparation but were able to excel in competitions.


Reading The Globe

TalithaWisner Student Talitha Wisner is a recipient of the University’s ‘Reading the Globe’ Study Abroad scholarship which will allow her to participate in an excursion to Eastern Europe

National Honor Society

NHS In Fall 2014, The Texas Academy was granted affiliation through the National Association of Secondary School Principals to initiate a chapter of the National Honor Society

2017-2018 National Honor Society Officers


Priscila Garcin

Ilse Cortez

Brittney Barajas

Sofia Gamez

Desireah Rodman

Jackeline Gutierrez



Dusty Camp

Dusty Camp provides a unique experience that will help students adjust to the rigors of transitioning from high school to college life. Dusty Camp will assist with any questions you may have as a first year student at TAMIU. This is the first step to immersing into the University life in which the Texas Academy is situated.

Student Council

The Texas Academy established its own traditional high school student council. In September 2014, students elected the council’s officers. Thereafter, it was recognized as an official student organization under Texas A&M International University.

2017-2018 Officers

Sara Hassoun

Alisa Garcia

Finance Commissioner
Jordan Perez

Kristyna Martinez

Corresponding Secretary
Jessica Chavez

Class of 2019 Officers

Deputy Finance Commissioner
Christina Barrera

Junior Representative
Luis Gonzalez III

Recording Secretary
Ingrid Villarreal

Ilse Schumm

Border Patrol Youth Of the Month


For more than 28 years, the Laredo Sector Border Patrol “Youth of the Month” program has recognized Laredo’s top high school students. Each month, one student is selected from the Laredo-area high schools as Border Patrol Youth of the Month.  At the end of the school year, the ten Youth of the Month recipients are considered for the Youth of the Year award. The following students have been recognized for the 2017-2018 Academic year. 

Genesis Lozano


Ilse Cortez

Brittney Barajas