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Top Reasons to Enroll at Austin ISD
Education is just the beginning at Austin ISD. Our full-day Pre-K, after-school programs with meals, dual language programs, free college classes and extracurricular activities give students the resources they need to achieve more than they ever dreamed. Explore AISD Signature Programs >
Early Childhood Programs
Pre-K at Austin ISD is about so much more than colors, letters and shapes. Students in Pre-K learn complex skills including problem-solving, verbal expression, language fluency, self-regulation and writing. Additionally, Montessori education is now offered at AISD. Find out which campus your child will attend and what to bring when you register for Pre-K.
Austin ISD offers a network of free before- and after-school programs through ACE and Prime Time that provide structured, safe and supervised places for learning and social interaction. Innovative, hands-on activities reinforce and complement students' regular academic programs and help them prepare for college and the workplace. Some after-school programs also include free dinner. For more AISD support programs, visit School, Family & Community Education.
From Creative Learning Initiative fine arts programming to UIL athletics, Austin ISD offers a robust menu of extracurricular activities. Students develop leadership and critical thinking skills that support their academic performance and prepare them to be college- and career-ready.
Free College Classes
Through a partnership with Austin Community College, Austin ISD students enrolled in an Early College High School can take free college classes that also satisfy high school requirements. ECHS is offered at Akins, Crockett, Eastside Memorial, LBJ, Navarro, Northeast and Travis high schools, where students can earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree in four years.
Career Launch Program
Career Launch offers students the opportunity to graduate with their diploma, an associate degree, industry certifications and workplace experience and mentoring. The six-year program is designed to help students launch careers in fields that are expected to have high demand for skilled employees. Currently, Career Launch is offered at Crockett, Northeast and LBJ early college high schools.