High School


The Westwood School 西林學校 (德州 TX)


Westwood offers a unique blend of the International Baccalaureate and the Montessori philosophy. This combination fosters independent thinking and encourages students to develop a sense of their own competence while encouraging academic, social, and intellectual exploration.


Westwood provides the opportunity for self-motivated, independent students to develop intellect and build character through a balanced and integrated curriculum.

Westwood is also committed to our students’ awareness of global responsibility as well as their intellectual development. Students probe current political and social scenarios within the framework of international mindedness.

The Basics
School Type Private coed day school
Tuition US$18,000 - $19,000
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General Information
State Texas (TX)
Location Dallas
Environment Suburban
Year Founded 1986
Admission Req.m HK F.3
Academic Calendar Fall/ Summer
Level Offered Grade 9-12
Enrollment Approximately 260 students

Academic Programs:

Course Briefs 9th & 10th Grade: MYP English Grade 9, MYP English Grade 10, Language B Spanish, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics, Arts, Physical Education (PE), Technology, Personal Project


Course Briefs 11th & 12th Grade:Group 1 Language A1, Group 2 Second Language, Group 3 Individuals and Societies, Group 4 Experimental Sciences, Group 5 Mathematics and Computer Science, Group 6 The Arts, Group 6 The Arts, Theory of Knowledge (TOK), Extended Essay, Creativity, Action and Service (CAS)



Students Life:

Athletics - Westwood athletics exist to provide opportunities for our students to participate in activities under conditions that are safe, enjoyable and challenging.



Shakespeare - At Shakespeare University, our goal is to help students gain a better understanding of William Shakespeare’s plays and, in the process, to challenge students intellectually and emotionally to better understand themselves and their responsibilities in reaching goals.