84,791 students. 129 campuses. One community.
We are unique—yet unified.
Diversity is our strength, but every AISD communication shares a common goal: to be effective as a trusted source of timely and relevant information for our communities.
As Austin’s school district, AISD stands for innovation and diversity, for excellence and equity in education.
The district’s brand—its identity—reflects values, which are deeply rooted in Austin:
- high expectations,
- creativity and collaboration,
- health and safety,
- community schools and
- a focus on the whole child and every child.
AISD embraces a community of 129 schools with individual programs, perspectives and personalities. Everything we do communicates—from the words we print to the way we answer the phone, from the pictures we post to the typography we select, from the events we celebrate to the programs and people we highlight.
Every day, schools, offices and departments create timely and tailored communications for their communities, including letters, invitations, fliers, brochures, posters and websites. Throughout AISD, leaders, teachers and team members all have their own voices and styles, so no two district communications are identical.
We are unique—yet unified. Diversity is our strength, but every AISD communication shares a common goal: to be effective as a trusted source of timely and relevant information for our communities.
All communications should be designed with our communities’ needs in mind. Every communication should reflect the trust our families and stakeholders have placed in us.
AISD’s brand identity and style guide is designed to help increase consistency and clarity in the district’s communications. Consistency builds trust and credibility in our communications. Clarity demonstrates our commitment to high-quality communications, while greatly enhancing our audiences’ understanding of our mission and good work.
Visit the district’s brand identity and style guide.
Christian Clarke Cásarez
Assistant Director of Communications
Department of Communications and Community Engagement
Office of Educator Quality