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High School Calendar


High School Registration Dates:


Tuesday, August 4th.................8:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday, August 5th.............8:00am to 4:00pm
Thursday, August 6th................8:00am to 7:00pm





 

CARRIZO SPRINGS WILDCATS
2015 SUMMER CAMPS

The Carrizo Springs athletic department will be providing sports camps to local youngster. If you are interested in attending or have any question please contact the Athletic Director Ector Ybarra (830) 876-2619 ext. 1305 or prospective coaches.

Click here to view Schedule


 

CSHS CTE Interest Survey

CSHS is requesting student input on the Career Technology Education (CTE) classes for next year. Please indicate which class you would be interested in taking in High School. NOTE: Upon successful completion all of the requirements for any of these classes, a student will receive an industry certificate for that course:   Click here to complete survey


 

 

 

The Lady Wildcats Softball team has advanced to round two of the playoffs for the third straight year and will face the Ingleside Lady Mustangs. This Area playoff match up is best out of three series and will be played in Seguin at The Fields of Huber Ranch. Game one is Friday, May 8th at 7 pm; game 2 is Saturday, May 9th at 4 pm and if necessary, game 3 will be played 30 minutes after the conclusion of game 2.

 

We invite the entire community to come out in support of the Lady Cats to a Pep Rally in their honor on Thursday, May 7th at 7:30 pm at the CSHS Thomas Taylor softball field. Let's rally behind our home town team and cheer these outstanding young ladies  on to another victory!  

  



Millionaire Field Trip
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2014-2015 High School Photo Album


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“Kids are first at CSCISD

Community and Student Engagement Report:
The 2013 Legislature passed House Bill 5 which in addition to reducing the number of standardized tests students must take also required school districts to evaluate themselves on Community and Student Engagement. This allows districts to showcase areas of excellence and success outside the limited scope of standardized test scores. The nine factors evaluated include fine arts, wellness and physical education, community and parental involvement, 21st century workforce development program, second language acquisition program, digital learning environment, dropout prevention strategies, educational programs for GT students and compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements. To view the results of this self-assessment, Please see required postings.

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