Carl Wunsche Sr. High School

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Carl Wunsche Sr. High School
900 Wunsche Loop
Spring, Texas, Harris County 77373
United States
Coordinates 30°04′48″N 95°25′36″W / 30.079990°N 95.426720°W / 30.079990; -95.426720Coordinates: 30°04′48″N 95°25′36″W / 30.079990°N 95.426720°W / 30.079990; -95.426720
School type Public school (U.S.)
Principal Bob Thompson
Enrollment 1,500 students
Color(s) Bronze, Black & White
Mascot Phoenix

Carl Wunsche Sr. High School is a career academy high school in unincorporated Harris County, Texas which opened in mid August 2006.

Wunsche is in the Spring Independent School District and serves grades 9 through 12. Wunsche High School includes students who currently attend Dekaney High School, Spring High School and Westfield High School. This school does not participate in athletic activities; students wishing to participate are provided with transportation back at their zoned campuses (either Dekaney, Spring, or Westfield) either first or seventh period and after school.

Instead of athletics, Wunsche High School has many trade-related courses for students who are seeking more information and education in different areas. These areas include veterinary science, dentistry, robotics, culinary, legal, and many more.

The new building received the international annual design award of the Council of Educational Facilities Planners International for 2007, the James D. MacConnell Award for outstanding new educational facilities. The school was designed by SHW Group LLP.

Educational programs[edit]

Carl Wunsche Sr. High School is a comprehensive three-year [high school] where students can choose from five areas of specialization. They are:

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