at 1002 Texan Trl, Corpus Christi, 78411
W. B. Ray High School is a 5A secondary school centrally located in Corpus Christi, Texas and is part of the Corpus Christi Independent School District. The school is named in honor of CCISD school board president, William Benton Ray. W. B. Ray High School opened in 1950. Ray High School is particular noted for its Socratic method, a system based on teacher and student interaction, that promulgates discussion and inquiry-based learning in the classroom.W. B. Ray High School one of 46 high schools in Texas designated as a World School by the International Baccalaureate Program. W. B. Ray High School is the only high school in CCISD which offers the International Baccalaureate Program and is CCISD's only program for Gifted and Talented students at the High School level, offering higher level academic courses that surpass Honors and AP courses in both rigor and difficulty.DemographicsWith a student enrollment of approximately 2,100 students, Ray High School has an ethnic distribution of 62% Hispanic, 32% White, 5% Black, & 1% other (including Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Asians). The school's boundary area is varied in socio-economic strata, ranging from extremely affluent multimillion-dollar homes to multi-family complexes.
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