Concordia Academy (Austin, Texas)

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Concordia High School
Concordiaacademytoplogo.png
Address
1500 Royston Lane Ste A
Austin, Texas, 78664
 United States
Coordinates 30°17′35″N 97°43′25″W / 30.29306°N 97.72361°W / 30.29306; -97.72361Coordinates: 30°17′35″N 97°43′25″W / 30.29306°N 97.72361°W / 30.29306; -97.72361
Information
School type Private high school
Religious affiliation(s) Lutheran
Established 2002
Principal Patrick Maynard[1]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 101 (approx.)
Color(s) Black, white and red               
Athletics conference TAPPS 3A
Mascot Cardinal
Website

Concordia High School is a private Lutheran high school in Round Rock, Texas. The school is the only Lutheran high school in the greater Austin area. Concordia High School shares its campus with Grace Christian Center. Due to the religious nature of the school, religion plays a significant role in the education, and the school is also noted for its music program.[citation needed]

According to the school's website,

"Concordia High School is a college prep school that is designed to give students the education they need to be leaders in society. While at school, students will be challenged to grow academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Concordia students have opportunity to participate in an excellent sports program, learn in a challenging classroom environment and have access to real-world experiences. Students who meet the academic requirements during their junior and senior year may take Advanced Placement (AP)Courses."

The AP courses offered in the 2012-2013 school year are: AP English, AP Calculus, AP Economics, AP Physics B, and AP US History. Currently eight sports are offered: dance, soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, and track. Extracurricular activities include band, choir, drama, art, literature club, mission trips, Science Olympiad, National Honor Society, Spanish club, yearbook, TAPPS academic competition, student council, and class retreats.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.concordiaacademy.org/about/principal.jsp
  2. ^ Concordia High School