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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.

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Small School Wins Big at Scholastic Art Awards

The Girls’ School of Austin won and astounding 38 awards in the regional scholastic art competition, including 14 gold keys, 12 silver keys, and 12 honorable mentions. Eight middle schools and 34 high schools competed in the event. Regional winners were honored at a reception at St. Stephen’s Scanlan gallery on Sunday, January 22nd.

The submissions included painting, drawing, mixed media, sculpture, printmaking, photography, filmmaking, video game design and…

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Award Winning Authors Visit The Girls’ School of Austin

To celebrate their annual book fair at BookPeople the Girls’ School of Austin had two authors visit their campus this fall. The first presenter, Tillie Walden is a familiar face to GSA. Tillie graduated from the Girls’ School of Austin in 2010. She is now a successful graphic novelist with three books…

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GSA Students Receive Writing Awards

Seventh and eighth grade students from the Girls’ School of Austin received nineteen awards in the regional scholastic writing…

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GSA Receives $20,000 Grant for Community Scholarship, Teacher Training Initiatives

The Girls’ School of Austin has received a grant from the Oliver S. and Jennie R. Donaldson Charitable Trust that will support its…

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GSA’s Art Scarf Sale A Success

This year’s Art Scarf Sale was a spectacular success. GSA sold 246 beautiful scarves(and the last 4 may just be sold by the end of…

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