A&M Consolidated High School
In the heart of Aggieland you’ll find CSISD’s highly-rated A&M Consolidated High School at 1801 Harvey Mitchell Parkway. Serving grades from 9th up until 12th grade, the eager faculty and staff here are dedicated to educating the hearts and minds of each and every one of their 1,800 students for life. Home of the Tiger family, they are further committed to “maintaining a safe and disciplined campus, using data to guide their decision-making, implementing proven research-based strategies, and building positive relationships with all of their students.” Their AMCHS family strives to educate, empower, and prepare their students for their futures and any challenges beyond high school.
About A&M Consolidated High School
Indicating their academic accountability in the community, AMCHS is accredited by the TEA and met all the measured standards as well as earning distinction designations in academic achievement for both reading/ELA and mathematics. Their diverse curriculum offered here allows students to design unique programs to meet their individual goals with choices such as regular academic classes, honor courses, AP courses, fine arts, foreign language, athletics, and career and technology courses. Ensuring that each student has their individual needs met, special programs are available for those with physical disabilities, hearing/vision impairments, learning disabilities, and emotional disturbances. Outside of the classroom, AMCHS additionally offers a variety of traditions, extracurricular activities, and other student organizations, including their own Howdy Week and Senior Walk, Bengal Belles, HOSA, NHS, The Roar newspaper, student council, yearbook, and over thirty more!
Located just off of Harvey Mitchell Parkway, AMCHS is right across the street from the newly-renovated Larry J. Ringer Library and down the street from Texas A&M University. Nestled in the heart of Aggieland places AMCHS nearby several popular amenities and subdivisions, including the wonderful Southwood Valley, Southwood Forest, and Oakbrook Valley subdivisions.