Overview

Oak Springs Elementary School is an East Austin school with the mission of developing a community of learners who are academically proficient, effective communicators and responsible citizens. The school offers a variety of programs, such as PALS Leadership, Safety Patrol, Color Guard Team, Ambassadors of Peace, Outreach, Garden Club, Music Memory, Music Club and after-school academies. Oak Springs Elementary celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2008. The school was bought, built and nestled between Goodwin, Webberville Road and Oak Springs Drive to serve students who resided in the Booker T. Washington Housing Community. In 1958, under the leadership of Mr. C. R. Steward, 14 teachers and the Parent Teacher Association, planted the seeds for success for students who enrolled in first through third grade. The initial plan for the school included 14 classrooms, a cafeteria, a library and a play area. Currently, the building has increased to 25 classrooms, serving prekindergarten through fifth grade.

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Points of Pride

Signature Programs

Certified Academic Language Therapist
Creative Learning Initiative
Social and Emotional Learning

Student & Family Supports

After-school Programming—Free
Breakfast in the Classroom
Communities in Schools

Performance | Demographics

2019 STAAR Passing Rates

2019 Accountability

Accountability Rating: B

Student Achievement: F

School Progress: B

Closing the Gaps: C

2019 Distinction Designations

Comparative Academic Growth

Source: Texas Education Agency

2018-19 Student Demographics