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Williams High School

Williams High School
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1717 17th Street
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (469) 752-8300
Fax: (469) 752-8301

Principal Gloria Martinez
Assistant Principal Lisa DeLaCruz
Assistant Principal Kristen Kinnard
Assistant Principal Deba Douglas
Counseling Team Leader Doug Flores

Lisa Knowles – A - F
Monica Trevino – G - Mil, Testing
Howard Bates – Mim - Roc, Health Sci.
Doug Flores – Rod - Z

School Hours 9:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Enrollment 1,088
School Colors Blue and white
Mascot Warrior
Motto Courage is the hallmark of a Warrior.

Directions to School

From Dallas North Tollway: Park Blvd. Exit – east to Avenue P, south on Avenue P to 17th Street.
From Central Expressway: Park Blvd. Exit – east to Avenue P, south on Avenue P to 17th Street.


2008-09 Recognized Campus; NCLB meets adequate yearly progress; Exemplar Grantee Award winner from the Texas High School Project as Model for State in Exemplary Writing Improvement; State Humanities Teacher of the Year Award winner – Jana Fry; MLK Art Contest 1st Place award winner; Band UIL straight Division 1 Superior Rating in concert and 1st Division Superior Rating in sightreading; Wind Ensemble 1st Division Superior Rating from all judges in UIL concert and sightreading contest; Band UIL Sweepstakes Award; Choir superior rating at Director's Choice Music Festival; Orchestra Camerata Excellent Rating as well as Philharmonia and Sinfonia Orchestra Superior Rating at American Classics Music Festival; International Science Fair award winner.

Campus Programs

International Baccalaureate program; Pre - AP program; Humanities; AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination); PAL (Peer Assistance and Leadership); LASER (Learn About Science and Engineering Research); Smaller Learning Communities Academic Teaming; Whiz Quiz; National Honor Society; Multi-Cultural club; Student Council; Crimestoppers; Yearbook; Communities in Schools; Destination Graduation; Boys & Girls Club; Dallas Concilio parent involvement; HiTECCC Family Night; PTSA; Exemplar Campus; and Williams Writing Camp.

Parent Involvement Opportunities

PTSA; booster clubs for band, choir, drill team, drama and debate; parents' network; PTSA monthly newsletter; teacher appreciation activities; public relations; fund raising; volunteers in school; and School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC).

Community/Business Partnerships

Boys & Girls Club of Collin County; City of Plano; Collin County Community College; Communities in Schools; Dallas Concilio; and United Way.

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