Athletics

The Austin Waldorf Competitive Spirit

Middle School athletic teams participate as members of the Austin Inter-Parochial League (AIPL). All students in seventh and eighth grade are invited to join any team of interest.

  • Fall: Volleyball, Flag football
  • Winter: Basketball, Swimming
  • Spring: Track and Field, Tennis, Golf

Our High School athletic teams, with the exception of flag football, participate as members of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS). Schools are placed in different divisions of TAPPS depending on high school enrollment numbers. There are five divisions ranging from 5A to 1A. Our varsity teams compete in the 2A division of TAPPS. Generally, 2A high schools have enrollment ranging from 60–105 students.

Our high school flag football team competes in the Greater Austin High School Flag Football League and won the championship in the first three years of the league’s existence.

  • Fall: Volleyball, Flag football, Cross Country, Soccer
  • Winter: Basketball, Swimming
  • Spring: Track and Field, Tennis, Golf

March 2017

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  • TAPPS State Final Four Trip - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • TAPPS State Final Four Trip - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • Pep Rally
  • Practice at Howard Payne University
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  • Practice - HS Boys Basketball
  • Film study
  • TAPPS State Final Four Trip - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • TAPPS State Final Four Trip - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • Pre game
  • TAPPS State Semifinals - HS Boys Basketball vs Huntsville Alpha-Omega
  • TAPPS State Semifinals - HS Boys Basketball vs Huntsville Alpha-Omega
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  • TAPPS State Final Four Trip - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • TAPPS State Final Four Trip - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • TAPPS State Finals - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
  • TAPPS State Finals - HS Boys Basketball vs TBD
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