Here at The Girls' School of Austin, we make significant use of the cultural, artistic, and educational resources across Austin.
Charlotte Milam, a second grade student at The Girls’ School of Austin (GSA), was inspired by her Sunday school teacher to serve others. She decided that she wanted to help children in the local community and dreamed of bringing toys and books to children in Austin who may be in need.More About Girls’ School of Austin Students Fill U-Haul with Books, Toys for Area Nonprofits
View photos from our 2014 theme parade. This year’s theme parade celebrated literary characters from Harry Potter to the Mad Hatter and everything in between.
The parade was followed by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Ball.
On September 28, the eighth grade began its class trip to Heifer International. Heifer International is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to end world hunger and poverty. They supply communities and families not only with animals they can use for food, milk, eggs, etc. but also the education they need to raise those animals.More About A Student’s Perspective: The Eighth Grade Trip to Heifer International
On September 19th, 2014, inspired young artists and their teachers from all across the nation convened at the U.S. Department of Education to be honored for their award-winning works of art and writing. The Girls’ School of Austin alum, Alabel Chapin, ( now in ninth grade at LASA), whose acrylic painting, “She Wears her Heart On Her Sleeve,” was selected to be part of a juried exhibition of 56 of the 2014 national winnersMore About GSA Garners Scholastic Art Accolades in Washington DC
GSA welcomes Ivette Hawthorne as New Director of DevelopmentMore About GSA welcomes Ivette Hawthorne as New Director of Development