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Dobie Middle School and College Prep Academy offers scholars the opportunity to develop their talents, strengthen their skills and prepare for college, career and life.

In addition to a core subjects such as math, English language arts and social studies, Dobie is proud to provide robust fine arts programs, including art, band, choir, guitar and theater classes. 

Students can take Advanced Placement Spanish classes beginning in sixth grade, giving them the opportunity to finish middle shool with high school credits in foreign language. 

Dobie also offers technology and career classes, including Web design and culinary arts. Through the Project Lead the Way engineering class, students may apply to the engineering program at Reagan Early College High School.

Community in Schools provides dropout prevention services, connecting students to a network of volunteers and community resources.

Dobie is part of the Reagan family of schools. As an early college high school, Reagan offers students the chance to earn college credit and graduate with a diploma in one hand and an associate degree from Austin Community College in the other.

Dobie recognizes that parent engagement is critical to the success of students. The school invites parents to enjoy a wide range of community programs, including English as a second language classes. The campus regularly hosts school events, creating a space for students, parents and team members to come together to strengthen the Dobie family.


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Points of Pride

Signature Programs

Student & Family Supports

After-school Meals
Communities in Schools
Family Resource Center
School Based Mental Health Center
Community School

Performance | Demographics

2017 STAAR Passing Rates

2017 Accountability

Met Standard

Source: Texas Education Agency

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