Akins Eagles

Akins High School is located in South Austin, Texas, United States. It was named after Dr. William Charles Akins, an Austin resident and founded in 2000. It is one of the newest high schools in the Austin Independent School District.

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Anderson Trojans

In partnership with our parents and our community, Anderson High School strives to provide a comprehensive educational experience that is high quality, challenging, and inspires all students to make a positive contribution to society.

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Ann Richards Stars

The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders is a unique all-girls school founded to educate young women and give them the confidence and skills necessary to succeed in college, in their careers, and in their communities. We are a public school in the Austin Independent School District serving girls in 6th through 12th grade.

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Austin Maroons

The Austin High School faculty, staff, parents, and community must work together to assure each student the opportunity to develop academic, social, and workplace skills for a productive and positive contribution in a diverse and changing world.

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Bowie Bulldogs

The mission of Bowie High School is to provide the environment, motivation, and comprehensive educational opportunities that acknowledge the diversity of students’ academic, career and social needs in preparation for individual fulfillment, productive citizenship and the world of work.

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Crockett Cougars

Crockett High School is a public high school located in South Austin, Texas. The school opened in 1968 and is part of the Austin Independent School District. It was named after U.S. frontiersman Davy Crockett.

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Eastside Panthers

Through collective efforts of the students, parents, faculty and staff, and the east Austin community, Eastside Memorial High School at the Johnston Campus will provide students with educational experiences preparing them for the 21st century workplace.

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Lanier Vikings

For almost a half a century, Sidney Lanier High School has served the Austin community by providing leadership in academics, athletics, and extracurricular activities. The highly skilled and educated faculty and staff of Lanier have been consistent over the years in training top citizens and community leaders. Lanier, a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School in 1997, offers a broad base of opportunities for every kind of student, with programs that are competitive on the state and national levels.

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LBJ Jaguars

Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School in northeast Austin, Texas is a high school built in 1974 that later came to house one of Austin’s two magnet high schools, the Science Academy.

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McCallum Knights

A. N. McCallum High School is a public high school in Austin, Texas, United States. McCallum, the second oldest high school in the Austin Independent School District, opened in 1953 to relieve growth in north and northwest Austin.

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Reagan Raiders

John H. Reagan High School is a public, co-educational secondary school in Austin, Texas. It is part of the Austin Independent School District.

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Travis Rebels

The vision of William B. Travis High School is to offer a supportive and structured learning environment where each child is accepted, respected and inspired.

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Special Olympics

AISD’s Special Olympics Department provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

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Anderson Trojans
Ann Richards Stars
Austin Maroons
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Crockett Cougars
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Lanier Vikings
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McCallum Knights
Reagan Raiders
Travis Rebels
Austin High Athletes Help to Provide Books to Elementary Students

Austin High Athletes Help to Provide Books to Elementary Students

The Stephen F. Austin High School Football Team recently partnered with The Literacy Plus Project to help provide books to Title 1 schools in Austin ISD. The Literacy Plus Project is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing free books to AISD Title 1 students. Studies have shown that children from different socioeconomic backgrounds who learn to read and understand what they are reading by the time they reach the third grade will have an equal chance of graduating high school. The Austin High Football Teams helped to refurbish 67 boxes of books with the Freshmen repairing and refurbishing 28 boxes and the Varsity Team repairing and refurbishing 39 boxes. In order to refurbish the books, they are first separated by grade into boxes. After that the cleaning crew: Removes price tags and stickers using nail polish remover or Goo-Gone and cotton balls. Covers up any writing with marker and or blank labels. Adds a label for the student to write their name on. Puts 60 books in classroom boxes for the schools.    “The players did a great job.  We appreciated how they would catch when a book was in a box for the wrong grade.  For example; a Dora the Explorer book was found in a box for 5th graders.  They asked good questions, worked well together and were fun to work with.  One of our supporters donated chocolate chip cookies for the players and they were a big hit! With the work the players did, we are ready for our Summer Book Distribution, Fall Distribution and our Spring Distribution at both Ortega and Pleasant Hill Elementary...

New Study on the Value of Athletics

A study of Austin ISD middle school students was recently conducted. These results indicated below show the value of an Athletic Period when it is included in the school day. “Involvement in athletics has a positive influence on middle school student academic success as suggested by previous research and found in this study. Thus, increased opportunity to participate in athletics should be created at all schools and student participation should be encouraged, especially for those who are economically disadvantaged.” PDF – Middle School Athletics Study...

AISD Athletics Magazine: November Issue!

Dear AISD Family, I want to give a big “Thank You” to all who took the time to read the first issue of our newsletter. We have received a lot of positive feedback from our initial issue and have added mobile device support as a new feature. A lot has been going on during the start of the school year and we are excited to share all of this with you. You can read it at this link http://joom.ag/q7Np We believe that this magazine can be a vessel by which we promote our students’ athletic accomplishments in the District and share our vision and mission. We believe that the overall athletic experience is an integral part of the educational system that has many positive benefits associated. We would also like you to visit our newly launched austinisdathletics.com website. As you enjoy our second feature on one of our 12 High Schools, please engage with any one of our fine programs, directly or through our website, to learn more about how athletics and academics work together to develop to the whole child.    ...

AISD Athletics Magazine: October Issue!

Dear AISD Family, With a new year comes a new season of fall sports and we have hit the ground running. New seasons bring new athletes, new competition and new goals. For us in the Athletic Department we wanted to kick off the New School Year with an upgrade from our newsletter to our new AISD Athletics Magazine. You can read it at this link http://joom.ag/Cw6p or click the cover below. We believe that this magazine can be a vessel by which we promote our students’ athletic accomplishments in the District and share our vision and mission. We believe that the overall athletic experience is an integral part of the educational system that has many positive benefits associated. We would also like you to visit our newly launched austinisdathletics.com website. As you enjoy our first feature on one of our 12 High Schools, please engage with any one of our fine programs, directly or through our website, to learn more about how athletics and academics work together to develop to the whole child. Leal J. Anderson Athletic Director Austin Independent School...

Softball Area Playoffs

The Bowie Lady Bulldogs lost a hard fought area Softball game 2-0 against the Atascocita Eagles on Friday. Battling through rainy game day condition the girls played a good game but came up short. We are proud of our Bulldogs. Congrats on a great...
Lions/AISD Sportsmanship Award

Lions/AISD Sportsmanship Award

The Austin Downtown Lions Club hosted Austin ISD on May 7th as they recognized the McCallum Football team and the Bowie Volleyball team with their annual Sportsmanship Award.  Branded as “The world’s oldest continuously operating Lions Club,” this organization has been giving out the award for the past 50 years. Originally, the Lions Club members would attend games for each sport at every school in AISD and then they would vote on the school that showed the best sportsmanship. Later on, they decided to put the decision in the hands of the officials who are at every game. The officials are at the ground level for every sport so it just made sense that they would be able to report on the schools that best exemplify the quality of athletics that we strive to achieve at AISD. McCallum’s head football coach, Charles Taylor, brought two of his seniors, Roosevelt Matthews and Brent Chandler, to the luncheon. All-District Tackle Chandler is going to Auburn university in the fall with hopes of walking on the football team and becoming a Business major. His fellow All-District teammate, Matthews, is attending Lamar University as a Communications major and also hopes to walk on. Matthews was All-District as both a cornerback and  receiver. Coach Vickie Benson from Bowie brought 5 of her seniors and told the story of how they persevered through losing their beloved coach, Jason Landers, earlier this year to cancer. The last time Bowie won this award Coach Landers actually accepted it and the group of senior were freshman that year. Senior Ashley Rocha is headed to Austin college  to run Track...

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