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  • Dunbar High School places an emphasis on preparing students for college, career and community leadership

    In the proposed FWISD $749.7 million bond package about $34 million would pay for improvements to Dunbar High School. The district wants to modernize learning spaces used for career and tech programs at all the high schools. There are about 18,000 high school students enrolled in Career/Technical classes in the Fort Worth school district.

Dunbar High School places an emphasis on preparing students for college, career and community leadership

In the proposed FWISD $749.7 million bond package about $34 million would pay for improvements to Dunbar High School. The district wants to modernize learning spaces used for career and tech programs at all the high schools. There are about 18,000 high school students enrolled in Career/Technical classes in the Fort Worth school district.
Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com