11601 Olson Drive
Austin, Texas 78750
Principal, Jiae Kim
What happens at our school?
Students learn how to ask challenging questions, think critically, develop research skills and apply them within a global context. We encourage students to think independently and drive their own learning, growing themselves as open-minded, reflective inquirers.
We put kids first
Our community of educators support and guide students as they discover the approaches to learning needed for academic and personal success. We aim to make a positive change in the world by growing hearts and minds through dynamic cycles of inquiry, action and reflection.
Students will have access to:
- Multi-linguistic and intercultural curriculum
- Global engagement
- Cross-integrated lessons
- Integrated technology
- Exposure to college and career choices
- Flexible and collaborative learning spaces
- Outdoor learning spaces
- Individualized learning
- Service learning
By developing the PYP essential elements – concepts, skills, attitudes, knowledge and action – we will cultivate metacognitive and critical thinking skills through a rigorous and engaging curriculum and learning environment. This will prepare students to navigate, innovate, and solve problems to flourish within a changing world.
By modeling growth mindset and acknowledging each other as capable individuals, we will empower students to reflect on their learning, behavior, and relationships in order to take purposeful action.
By building a sense of personal and shared responsibility while nurturing meaningful relationships, we will foster international-mindedness. We will instill a commitment to the global community by embracing intercultural appreciation and understanding that other people, with their differences, can also be right.
Spicewood aspires to be a caring community of innovative, globally minded citizens who take action.
Spicewood opened its doors to students in September 1974.
Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading
Academic Achievement in Mathematics
Academic Achievement in Science
Top 25 Percent: Student Progress
Top 25 Percent: Closing Performance Gaps
2016-17 STAAR Passing Rates
- 3rd Grade Reading – 95% 95%
- 3rd Grade Math – 96% 96%
- 4th Grade Reading – 97% 97%
- 4th Grade Math – 97% 97%
- 4th Grade Writing – 86% 86%
- 5th Grade Reading – 99% 99%
- 5th Grade Math – 100% 100%
- 5th Grade Science – 99% 99%
- School Report Card
- Campus Improvement Plan
- Climate Surveys
- TX Academic Performance Report
- Adequate Yearly Progress
- Accountability Summary
- Distinction Designation Summary
- HB 5 Performance Ratings
Performance Indicators website
2016-17 Student Demographics
- African American – 0.8% 0.8%
- Hispanic – 12.5% 12.5%
- White – 49.1% 49.1%
- Native American – 0.5% 0.5%
- Asian – 32.6% 32.6%
- Pacific Islander – 0% 0%
- Two or more races – 4.5% 4.5%
- Economically Disadvantaged – 5.7% 5.7%
- English Language Learners – 5.7% 5.7%
Student Enrollment by program
- Bilingual/ESL – 5.5% 5.5%
- Gifted and Talented – 9.7% 9.7%
- Special Education – 4.2% 4.2%