Developing Strong Leaders

As a student enters Hyde Park High School, a Christ-centered approach based on small class sizes, certified and caring teachers, and a challenging curriculum in all subjects makes the difference. From Latin to Calculus to AP English IV, students achieve their highest potential.

Our academics are designed to challenge students. A full range of academic offerings includes Dual Credit Courses, AP and Pre-AP courses, as well as the LEAP Program, a successful academic support program. At Hyde Park High School, family expectations are high and results are proven. HPHS  students complete their high school careers academically, socially, and spiritually prepared for our nation’s top universities.

Hyde Park High School has a student culture committed to leadership, service, and integrity. All HPHS students participate in the Austin Christian Leadership Academy which offers students the opportunity to put principles of Christian leadership into practice. ACLA students work on public speaking skills and also develop Community Builder Projects that impact the Austin community and beyond. Additional Bible Courses such as Apologetics and Bible Doctrine encourage student faith in a classroom setting. Christ-centered leadership skills are also developed at HPHS through Student Council, National Honor Society, Youth and Government, Yearbook/Newspaper, and weekly Chapel. HPHS students learn first-hand about serving others by participating in a schoolwide Day of Service where HPS students, faculty, and staff band together to reach out to serve over 30 non-profits in the Austin area.

Hours spent studying, rehearsing, learning, and growing ... it all comes down to graduation day. HP High School graduates leave their beautiful 57-acre high school home with discipline, responsibility, Christian leadership, and a dedicated sense of who they are and how they can contribute to our world.

All HPHS students graduate under the Distinguished Graduate degree plan. Click the Course Description button below for detailed course information.


 

High School Hours

Main Phone Number
512-465-8333

School Hours
Regular: 8:30am-3:40pm


 

High School Leadership

List of 8 members.

  • Photo of Christopher Coy

    Christopher Coy 

    Head of School
  • Photo of Rebekah Van Ryn

    Rebekah Van Ryn 

    High School Principal
  • Photo of Lauren Kajdas

    Lauren Kajdas 

    High School Associate Principal
  • Photo of Tricia Dunton

    Tricia Dunton 

    High School Counselor
  • Photo of Renee Becak

    Renee Becak 

    Director of LEAP
  • Photo of Kammy West

    Kammy West 

    Executive Director of Advancement & Admissions
  • Photo of JP Hale

    JP Hale 

    Director of Technology
  • Photo of Melanie Challberg

    Melanie Challberg 

    Student Support Counselor


 
   
   


 
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Hyde Park Schools admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, scholarship, athletic, or other school-administered programs.