Congratulations to Our 2019 Graduates!!!
Current Travis School Calendar for 2019-2020
|Rebel Camp||August 6th||9AM – 12PM|
|Rebel Camp||August 7th||12PM – 3PM|
|High School registration||August 6th & 7th||9 AM – 6 PM|
|Staff Development||August 13th – 15th|
|Planning & Prep||August 16th & 19th|
|First DAy of classes||August 20th||9 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Back to School Night||September 4th|
|DOI Day||September 23rd|
|DOI Day||October 11th|
|Staff Development||October 14th|
|DOI Day||November 11th|| |
14th Annual Travis Rebel RIPPED Camp
Monday, June 10 through Thursday, July 18, 9:00 am – 11:00am (Mondays & Thursdays only), the RIPPED camp is open to all Travis athletes entering grades 7th through 12th and IT’S FREE. T-Shirts are available for $10. Contact Joe Martinez at 512.414.7738 or via email.
Hot Dogs and Hoops, July 18!
Following the final RIPPED Camp on July18th, stay and join the fun and get free hot dogs and go team-on-team with APD’s Police Activities League in basketball at the Gym. Hot Dogs at 11:00am, open court from 12:30pm – 2:30pm. Sponsored by the police Activities League and Travis High School’s Athletic Department, in collaboration with Our House!
Rebel Camp for Incoming Freshmen
You may choose between one of two sessions: August 6th from 9am-12pm OR August 7th from 12pm to 3pm. Held in the Travis Cafeteria where Lunch will be served!!!
Rebel Camp is a great opportunity to join student organizations, review your classes, ask questions about high school life. meet students and teachers, and learn Travis traditions. Come join us!
On Saturday, August 10, from 8am to 11am, students and volunteers will gather to spruce up the campus. Please park in the back of the school.
Our students participated on June 11th in this awesome art project with local Austin artist, Jason Eatherly! Featured in Austin Monthly!
Travis State Guitar Competition Winners
Travis Guitar had 3 students compete at the State competition on June 1st. Sebastian Reynaga, Olivia Hantgin, and Kai Dennick —three more reasons to be RebelProud! Thank you, Ms. Rozanc.