940 Highway 290 West
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
P.O. Box 479
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-4:15 p.m
Welcome to Dripping Springs High School! Please enjoy our website that includes information about the community, the curriculum, and extracurricular activities. We look forward to you visiting our community and dropping by our campus to observe the quality environment created by the staff at Dripping Springs High School.
Located in Hays County, approximately 20 miles west of Austin, Dripping Springs is often referred to as the "Gateway to the Texas Hill Country."
Dripping Springs High School is a comprehensive public high school consisting of Grades 9-12. The enrollment is approximately 2,335 students. In recent years, approximately 95 percent of students have indicated plans to attend either a two-year or four-year post-secondary institution.
Dripping Springs High School is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency and is rated as a Recognized High School by the Texas Education Agency on the Academic Excellence Indicator System.
Dripping Springs High School was the first in Texas to implement a portfolio program for the purpose of measuring student success and preparation for real world endeavors. Dripping Springs High School’s Pride in Portfolio Program has built a new way to make its students ready for the post-high school world.
Twelve Dripping Springs High School wrestlers qualified for the UIL 5A State Meet by placing in the top four of their respective weight classes at the Region IV-5A Championships in Austin. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Twelve Dripping Springs High School swimmers and divers qualified for the UIL 5A State Meet after their performances at the Region V-5A Championships on Monday and Tuesday in College Station. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) announced district realignments for football, volleyball, and basketball for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years. With an enrollment of 2,335 students, Dripping Springs High School will move up to the largest classification, Conference 6A, for the first time in school history. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Eleven Dripping Springs High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to continue their athletic careers at the next level: swimmers John Clewett, Grace Lee, Logan Mauck, and Joseph Parsons, baseball players Sam Agajanian and Nico Ruedas, cross country/track athletes Karsten Bobb and Marleena Mickel, volleyball players Annabelle Crowder and Ryann Frontera, and lacrosse player Ryan Williamson. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.