Consol Principal's Office

What's Going on @ Consol?

3 Rules to Cultivate Curiosity and Inquiry

  1. Curiosity comes first
  2. Embrace the messiness
  3. Practice Reflection


Tiger News & Notes

Three Students Participate in the STEM Extravanganza @ TAMU

Click here to learn more about the STEM Extravanganza

Audio Video Production Film Festival

Monday, May 20th in the Auditorium

Starts at 7pm.
Free. Open to all

Yearbook Information

Online yearbook sales have closed. You can still purchase one of the remaining books for $85. Please bring your payment to the yearbook lab, Room 2166, during all lunches and advocates (11:00-1:00) Books will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.

For more information contact Freda Carraway at or 979-764-5500

AMCHS Choir Performances Coming!

The Vocal Ensemble groups are performing a program of contemporary a cappella songs on May 13 at Grace Bible Church by the AMCHS. Click here for the flyer. The concert is free.

On May 21st is ShowTime 2013 at the AMC Theatre. Program begins at 7:00 and will feature all 7 of the performing groups of AMCHS Choral Department and will include performances by some gifted individuals and groups. Free to everyone.


Tiger Sports

Consol Swim Team Tryouts Coming!

All CSISD students who are interested in joining the the AMCHS swim team for the 2013-2014 school year, have not already been on the team, and have not already done a tryout with Coach Goodwyn will need to attend a tryout on May 15-17. Tryouts will be take place each day, Wed 5/15, Thurs 5/16, and Fri 5/17 from 4:00 - 5:00 at Adamson Lagoon. Prospective swimmers need to pick one of these three days to show up (not all three) and should show up with a swimsuit and goggles.



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.