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Founded in 2002, The Girls’ School of Austin provides an intellectually challenging education for girls in a supportive and creative environment. Our mission is to inspire girls to achieve personal excellence and go on to lead distinguished and fulfilling lives.

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One Shoe Drive Collects Goods to Re-Use, Re-Sell, and Recycle

This January the 7th grade at The Girls’ School of Austin organized a used shoe and clothing drive benefitting Central Texas Goodwill. Apparel and footwear in any condition were accepted even unmatched shoes, thus inspiring the name: The One Shoe Clothing Drive. In preparation for the campaign the 7th grade toured the Goodwill Resource Center to learn how donations are resold, recycled, or donated to developing countries. Central Texas Goodwill is an independently owned…

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GSA Wins Big at Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Competitions

Students from The Girls’ School of Austin received a plethora of awards from the regional scholastic art and writing awards this year. The Girls School of Austin was well represented at the Regional Scholastic Art Award Ceremony held on January 24, 2016 in the Helm Fine Arts Center at St. Stephen’s Episcopal…

GSA Wins Big at Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Competitions

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Heart Gift Recipient Visits 2nd Grade at GSA

GSA’s second grade were visited by a recipient of Heart Gift this November.  Every year a mircogrant is presented to classes…

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GSA Book Fair at Book People

This November the GSA community got a jumpstart on holiday shopping while celebrating young readers and supporting GSA. This week long…

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Four Questions With an Alumna: Tille Walden

We catch up with GSA class of 2010 grad, Tillie Walden. Tillie Walden is a graphic novelist who is about to publish her second graphic…

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