San Augustine High School

Our Mission

Our Children’s Future...Our Inspiration 

Our Vision:  Building a community of excellence by nurturing talents, inspiring learners, and developing leaders for an ever-changing world.


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"Good Enough" is NOT Good Enough

How many times have you heard the phrase "all children can learn" spoken by a teacher or school administrator or posted on a school's web site?  It's one of those catch-phrases that educators use to show our commitment to educating all students.  

There's just one problem:  it states the obvious.  Of course all children can learn.  More importantly, all children do learn.  The question that we -- educators, parents, and the community -- need to ask is not can our children learn, but what will our children learn?  Will our children  be challenged to master the skills our modern society demands?  Will our children learn to dream, and be encouraged to take the risks needed to make those dreams real?  Will we demand excellence and settle for no less?

Right now, San Augustine High School is working to fundamentally change the way we look at education in rural East Texas.  "Good enough" is not going to be good enough for our students.  We are dedicated to creating a school that teaches our students to believe that hard work is the foundation of future success, no goal is beyond their reach, and the only barrier to achieveing a dream is one's own commitment to work toward it.


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News and Announcements

TEA Solar Eclipse Safety Announcement

Solar Eclipse

On Monday, Aug. 21, our state will experience a partial solar eclipse. Given the infrequency of such an event, it is understandable that many Texas educators may elect to use this day as a learning opportunity for students. While such outside-the-classroom experiences enhance learning for students at all grade levels, I want to encourage our educators to take the proper safety precautions. Click on the headline to read the entire solar eclipse precautionary message

Wolfpack 5 Straight Wins before bowing out in Quarterfinals at State 7 on 7 Tourney

The Wolves won ALL three games in their Pool (over Rockdale, Liberty and Dublin) to make it to the Championship bracket where they won two more games (over Palestine and Lexington) before falling to China Springs in the quarter-finals of the State Tourney. Awesome achievement and CONGRATULATIONS Wolfpack on reaching the State tournament and then finishing in the top-8 in the State out of 64 teams! Click the pic to see all the scores in the tournament!

Wolves 7 on 7 Team Begins Play at State Tourney on Thursday!

Pooled with Dublin, Liberty and Rockdale, the Wolves begin play Thursday (June 29th) in Division II (Pool F) at 1:00 pm on Field 9 @ Veterans Park in College Station! The top two teams in each pool will play Friday in the Championship rounds. Click the pic to see all 16 pools and their schedules!

Wolves 7 on 7 Team Headed to College Station State Tournament!

The Wolf Pack's 7 on 7 football team went undefeated in the Spring Hill qualifying tournament besting Union Grove 37-7, Center 27-12 and host Spring Hill 33-26 and then won over Palestine 33-28 to advance to the state tournament being held in College Station at Veterans Park and Athletic Complex on June 29th and 30th (Thursday and Friday). CONGRATULATIONS and GO WOLVES!

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