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Overview

Fulmore Middle School, located on historic South Congress Avenue and just down the street from the Texas Capitol, serves approximately 1,000 students. Fulmore was founded in 1886 and has been in its current location since 1911. Fulmore is proud of its rich history of educating Austin’s children. Our mission, “To provide educational opportunities that inspire global thinking and social responsibility,” is met through diverse course offerings and rich extracurricular activities.

The Fulmore Humanities and Law Magnet for International Studies offers advanced academic programming that provides engaging coursework and that both challenges and supports students. The three strands of humanities, law and international studies provide the basis for a wide array of unique academic and award-winning fine arts electives that are found exclusively at Fulmore. Magnet students enroll in specialized language arts and social studies courses, where they enjoy accelerated, crosscurricular project-based learning.

In the 2014–15 school year, Fulmore began offering dual-language courses to our sixth-grade students to support the district's dual-language programming that has been in place in elementary schools. Our Dual Language Program provides students the ability to become bilingual, biliterate and bicultural through high-level cognitive instructional practice.

 

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Points of Pride

Signature Programs

Student & Family Supports

After School Meals
School Based Mental Health Center

Performance | Demographics

2017 STAAR Passing Rates

2017 Accountability

Met Standard

2017 Distinction Designations

Postsecondary Readiness
Academic Achievement: Reading/ELA
Academic Achievement: Science
Academic Achievement: Social Studies

Source: Texas Education Agency

2017-18 Student Demographics