Board of Directors
The Austin Achieve Board of Directors is the steward of our mission, vision and goals. Dedicated to strategic growth, the board provides leadership and guidance to ensure Austin Achieve continues to thrive as a premier charter campus.
Join Our Board of Directors
Are you interested in supporting children in Austin through an Austin Achieve Public Schools Board position?
Austin Achieve is a tuition-free, open enrollment public charter school preparing Austin youth to attend and excel at top universities. Austin Achieve's unique programs include a 4-year, rigorous college readiness course series; a variety of free extracurricular learning opportunities outside of the classroom; an extensive STEM-learning program, including required computer science courses in 1st-12th grades; and a restorative practice-based discipline system that results in a zero suspension policy so that all scholars have access to the educational and wellness supports they need, especially when facing challenges.
Austin Achieve seeks board candidates that have diverse perspectives and influence within broad professional circles, express a commitment to education reform, are entrepreneurial in nature, are well-connected to their community and able to provide a representative voice, have high personal integrity and excellent leadership skills, and are able to strike a balance between strategic planning and thoughtful risk-taking.
To become a member of the AAPS Board of Directors, we ask interested candidates to see our programs in action, meet with the CEO and Board members, and agree to the commitments of the position. Prospective Board members will be discussed and voted on by the full Board at a regular meeting.
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