Celebrating our 10th year, the Ann Richards School Foundation will be profiling the real stars of the Ann Richards School, our students and faculty. This week we feature 9th grader Kerrisa L., a Biomedical Pathway student and rising golf star.
Seniors Brooke B., Lina B. and Chloe L. won the UIL State Championship in Film! This is the first ever state championship for the Ann Richards School. Be sure to check out their film ‘The Garden’ that won the Division Two Traditional Animation category. Left to right in the photo are Chloe, Lina, Brooke and... Read more »
Wendy’s dream is to become Mayor of Austin and that she wants to make both her Club family and her biological family proud of her. She is a senior at the Ann Richards School of Young Women Leaders and a member of “Girls Club.” She says that she never gives up on anything that she... Read more »
Senior Lucia H. will spend 11 days researching polar science with the Joint Antarctic School Expedition (JASE). Lucia was one of four participants selected from the United States. She will head to King George Island, Antarctica for several days of studying animal behavior at Elefanteras beach and on the Ardley Peninsula, vegetation surveys at the... Read more »
Middle school Algebra students spent their Friday at the New Worlds – Cities in Space Student Design and Competition. These Stars created a planetary colony using Google Sketchup to test their engineering, art, architecture and science skills. One team, El Marte, placed second in the competition.
The Ann Richards School Marching Band competed in the Bands of America – Austin Regional and won first place in the Class A division on Saturday, September 24, 2016. Their theme of What Goes Around… is performed by 98 members of the band along with 31 Color Guard performers under the direction of Stephen Howard,... Read more »
Ms. Roberts’ 8th grade STARS (Success Through Academics, Resiliency and Service) class spent the first part of the school year researching seven Texas universities to get ready for a college booth themed presentation to their 7th grade sisters. These 8th graders researched and created brochures to share in preparation for the ARS College Fair.
The USAF Band of the West Freedom Brass Quintet visited ARS on Wednesday, September 7 and treated the band students to a fantastic performance. After the performance band students asked questions about performing, being a musician in the military, and how they practice their music.
The student body at the Ann Richards School contributes over 10,000 hours of volunteer work to the Austin community each year. Those Stars who completed their hours of service over the summer were treated to a petting zoo with a lemur, deer, sheep and a bunny.
August 22, 2016 marks the first day of school for the 10th year of the Ann Richards School. Ten years ago ARS started with 224 sixth and seventh graders. Today there are over 800 students in grades six through twelve. ARS is excited for another great year with the Stars!