Extracurricular Activities

Alliance for Men


    Alliance is a partnership among young men, grades 9-12, at Barbara Cardwell. We are a support system for learning, leading and achieving. Alliance is structured with the goal of helping these young men find the leader within through established principles and values that one must honor to remain on the Alliance team. Not only do we come together twice a week to talk and share about manners, integrity, anger management, attitude, perseverance, and leadership, we have also formed football teams to display our leadership abilities.

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Alliance for Women

  • Renaissance is dedicated to empowering the young women of our campus to become the leaders of tomorrow. Our goal is to promote self-confidence, community involvement, and the skill necessary to becoming women who can truly do it all. Our members will be committed to improving comradeship between the females on campus, providing may opportunities for community outreach, and encouraging all of our Lady Eagles to SOAR into their futures with the resources to conquer any obstacles.

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Cardwell Student Council

  • The Student Council is designed to develop the mindset of future student leaders. The goal of the organization is to promote the practice of good citizenship, leadership and foster harmonious relations throughout the entire school. Student Council Improves student-teacher relationships, school morale and assist in the management of the school. In addition, the program provides a forum for student expression, orderly direction of school activities and markets a positive image of the Barbara Cardwell Career Preparatory Center.

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Art Club

  • The purpose of the Art Club at Barbara Cardwell Career Preparatory is to give students opportunity outside of the classroom to expand their awareness and knowledge about different art media. This program includes field trips to academy galleries as well as community outreach activities. Contact Layla Day at Lday@irvingisd.net

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