Consol Principal's Office

What's Going on @ Consol?

How do you Inspire students?

This question is directed at each and every school community stakeholder. Parents, teachers, administrators, support staff members, and community members are in a unique position to influence and inspire students. What are you doing to inspire the next world leader, community activist, college graduate, military enlistee, or high school freshman? Have you been encouraging and supportive of their educational efforts lately? If not, what can you change to inspire action in the student in your life?


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Consol ANNOUNCEMENTS

AMCHS Open House 9-24-12

Consol's open house starts with a meet and greet all the counselors and principals in the cafeteria at 5:45. The bell will ring at 6 pm to go to 1st period and there will be a tardy bell! Parents will be asked to follow their child's schedule through 7th period.

A&M Consolidated Tiger Tales

The September 2012 AMCHS PTO Newsletter "Tiger Tales" is now online! Click here to access and read the newsletter. Enjoy!

Tiger Forensics excel at The Woodlands Speech Tournament!

The Tiger Speech and Debate Team traveled to The Woodlands last weekend to compete at a Speech and Debate tournament against several of the toughest schools in the Houston Area. 11 out of 25 students who competed made it to the Final Round of competition, beating out many of the best competitors. Several students won the top awards in their events. To read more, click here.

Graduation DVDs

Graduation DVDs are in! Come by the front office to pick up your order.

AMCHS School Profile

To view the AMCHS School Profile please click here.

Class Ring Orders

Class Rings for the Class of '14 can be ordered during all lunches on 9-24 & 9-25. Herff Jones will also be set up in the cafeteria during Open House on 9-24-12.


** Teachers please do not send students to order rings during class time or during advocate. Herff Jones will be set up for all 4 lunches on both days!

CSISD Joins the Texas Consortium

AUSTIN – Texas Commissioner of Education Michael L. Williams today invited 23 school districts to participate in the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium, which will help develop innovative, next-generation learning standards, assessments and accountability systems. TEA will host the first consortium meeting next month. Read more here... Read the Eagle Article Here

Homecoming Week

Wednesday, Sep. 26th 2012 at 5pm to Saturday, Sep. 29th 2012 at 12am

1801 Harvey Mitchell Pkwy S

College Station, TX

Homecoming week kicks off with the Homecoming Carnival & Tiger Spirit Night on Wednesday, subvarsity football games on Thursday, Varsity Football on Friday and the Homecoming Dance on Saturday.


The Tigers are in a new district and will face a new opponent for homecoming, but the traditions remain the same. See you @ Homecoming!

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Howdy Week 2012!

Thank you STUCO for all your hard work to put Howdy Week together!

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The CIA program has its first round of nominees. These students are being recognized for exhibiting Character, Integrity, & Accountability by their teachers.

Thank you students for being a great role model and displaying what it means to be a Tiger!

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What does learning look like? Click here for one teacher's brief article on her experience of what learning looks like.

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Tiger Clubs, Sports, & Organizations

congratulations coach raffield & the tigers on a great win friday night against lake travis!

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THANK YOU FOR MAKING CONSOL THE SCHOOL OF CHOICE!

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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.