Consol Principal's Office

What's Going on @ Consol?

The fear of school shootings resonate with educators all across America. When tragic events such as the community of Newton, Connecticut experienced this past week occur, we all feel a sense of loss inside. Our responsibility in this situation is to recognize what we have each and every day. We have a school community that is filled with caring teachers, parents, administrators and students. Take a moment (if you haven't already) and recognize the humanity that surrounds you in your classroom every day. Education is extremely important, but not as important as the people that are in our lives. Help those that need it, support one another, give back, and enjoy the gift that is "the present."

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CATE Students are "Gaining Job Skills to Pay the Bills!"

Check out what our students are learning to build!

Don't Look at the Arc Welding Light!

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Tiger News & Notes

Double State Qualification for Karna Venkatraj!

A&M Consolidated currently has 4 students who will be competing at the Texas Forensic Association State Speech Tournament on March 3-7th.

Karna Venkatraj: Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking and Congressional Debate

Patrick Lynch: Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking

Jeffrey Kettle: Prose Interpretation (Consolation Qualification)

Shankar Srinivasan: Congressional Debate-Senate (Consolation Qualification

Tiger Speech and Debate is Coached by:


Roy Rodriguez

Joey Wilkerson

Thank you Volleyball players that helped wrap gifts for project sunshine!

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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.