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What's Going on @ Consol?

November Teacher of the Month

Mrs. Williams was nominated by her peers to be the November Teacher of the Month! She was described as being hard working, dedicated, student oriented, and willing to go the extra mile to support her students and fellow teachers alike. Thank you for everything that you do Mrs. Williams!

Teen awarded $100K science scholarship

According to Guinness World Records, the fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube is 6.24 seconds. Kensen Shi can solve a Rubik's Cube in 13 seconds, and that's just what he's managed via boredom. The 17-year-old high school senior said he enjoys solving them as a hobby, and added, "No, I'm good," about going for the fastest time.


Read more about Kensen's scholarship here...

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Stop Telling Your Students To “Pay attention!”

This topic is always in the top 10 for requests, so it’s a good time for a review on the subject.


Whether you’re a teacher, staff developer or administrator, today’s audience expects quality. You need their attention for explicit learning. For starters, stop telling your audience to “Pay attention!” It sounds pathetic. Why?


What I have learned is below. For the surprising news and to keep reading…

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The AMCHS "Crime Lab" students practice the Art of Fingerprinting

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Tiger News & Notes

AMCHS student selected to U.S. Army All-American Marching Band

College Station, Texas November 15th, 2012 – Jae-Hyun Ryoo of A&M Consolidated High School, College Station, Texas, has been selected to be a member of the 2013 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band. Ryoo will join an elite group of musicians who will perform during halftime of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.


Read more here...

Regional high school band Members

The A&M Consolidated High School band members were Karleigh Adams, Josh Brown, Corbin Bruner, Karlo Capareda, Nick Farmer, Simon Kapler, Patrick Lenz, Sean Miller, Alex Pappas, Davis Ponjuan, Jamarcus Ransom, Dahlia Rohm, Eugene Ryoo, Erica Salzman, Conneley Sears, Mei Tan, Josh Trembley, Savannah Troy, James Walker, Kevin Yan, Kelly Zhou, Jacob Altendorf, Abigail Hutchcraft, Matt Lawler, Anthony Macha, Megan Reynolds, Jasmine Rodriquez, Kyubin Shim, Regan Shulman, Elizabeth Simon, Erin Taylor, Rebekah Walker, Fallon Wenck and Cynthia Zang.

2013-2014 Calendar Feedback

Please provide feedback on which calendar you would like the CSISD Board of Trustees to adopt.


Vote and provide feedback by clicking here.

Lady Tigers win district opener

CONROE -- Four A&M Consolidated players scored in double figures as the Lady Tigers topped Conroe 57-40 in their District 14-5A opener Friday. Alexis Oaks led the team with 15, Kayla Bowman and Beth Ashley had 14, and Cierra Thomas added 10. The Consol JV won 47-23 while the freshman team won 31-23. Consolidated plays at Class 3A's second-ranked Navasota at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

Consol boys win tournament

MONTGOMERY — Jimmie Gilbert scored 10 points, and A&M Consolidated stifled Montgomery in a pivotal second quarter to win the Montgomery tournament championship game 39-30 on Saturday. Down 13-10 to start the second quarter, Consol (8-4) held Montgomery to two points in the period to build a 23-15 halftime lead. Josh Stewart and Justin Miller each had eight points for the Tigers. The Tigers host Temple on Tuesday.

Consol's Jochen earns All-American honors

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — A&M Consolidated’s Karis Jochen finished fifth at the 34th Annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships. Jochen ran 17:36 on the 5,000-meter course at Balboa Park, in a race won by Mishawaka, Indiana’s Anna Rhorer, who finished in 17:25. The fifth-place finish makes Jochen a first-team All-American


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Last showing Monday Night!

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THANK YOU FOR MAKING CONSOL THE SCHOOL OF CHOICE!

A&M Consolidated High School

Mission: "To Educate the Hearts & Minds of Students for Life!"


Vision: AMCHS is dedicated to educating and empowering students to become confident, resourceful, lifelong learners who are prepared for challenges beyond high school. Students of AMCHS will know the value of giving more than they take, will be responsible for their own actions, and will know that they are an important part of our school community.