Founded in 2002, The Girls’ School of Austin provides an academically challenging education for girls in a community that fosters creative learning and personal excellence. Our mission is to develop confident young women who lead intellectually vibrant and fulfilling lives.More about the School
On October 12, 2016 the 4th – 8th grade students and teachers joined their peers at Texas School for the Blind for the 2016 White Cane Day March. The mission of White Cane Day is to educate the world about blindness and how the blind and visually impaired can live and work independently while giving back to their communities, to celebrate the abilities and successes achieved by blind people in a sighted world and to honor the many contributions being made by the blind and…More about GSA Join TSBVI for White Cane Day March and Celebration
This summer the Community Scholars Fund helped two teachers from GSA attend the National SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) project training in Seattle. An intensive, week-long program, SEED provides a framework so that every student has the benefit of both “windows” into the world, and…The Girls’ School of Austin Embraces Multicultural Education
Auditions for the TMEA region 18 All-Region Middle School Orchestras were held on October 15. The All-Region Orchestras are organized…More About Success for The Girls’ School of Austin at All-Region Orchestra Competition
The Girls’ School of Austin has raised $531,000 to seed a scholarship fund, called the Community Scholars Fund, which will provide…More About GSA Announces Community Scholars Fund
Families, faculty and friends of The Girls’ School of Austin rocked out on Sat., April 9 at the AT&T Executive Education and…More About GSA Rocks! Annual Girls’ School Gala Smashes Records.