Tag: Incarnate Word Academy
Rio Grande Valley and AIM Media Texas speller Robbie Ortiz is back from the 95th Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland, with a few mementos but having fallen short of the top prize.
Incarnate Word Academy (IWA) celebrated its 17th anniversary of 100th Days of School Wednesday morning as students interacted and spoke with U.S. Border Patrol agents, Brownsville Police Department officers, Brownsville firefighters and other local professionals on school grounds.
Incarnate Word Academy (IWA) students re-enact The Way of the Cross Friday, March 31, 2023, a traditional Lenten devotion that depicts the journey of Jesus to Golgotha through 14 stations. (Miguel Roberts/The Brownsville Herald)
The Incarnate Word Academy, one of the oldest educational institutions in the Rio Grande Valley, announced they will close at the end of the year.
Incarnate Word Academy on Thursday unveiled the promotional poster and announced the China Poblana and Charro for this year’s 69th performance of A Little Bit of Mexico, a prelude to Charro Days 2023 and an important fundraiser for Incarnate Word Academy.
A team of seventh- and eighth-graders from Incarnate Word Academy and several Brownsville middle schools has returned home with a division championship after an overtime victory Sunday night in the FlagFootballX.com tournament at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
For the first time without restrictions like before the pandemic, students and staff at Incarnate Word Academy celebrated the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Monday in the school gymnasium.