DSHS News

  • DSHS Senior Campbell Melton Places Seventh at State UIL Congress Event

    Dripping Springs High School senior Campbell Melton placed seventh at the 5A UIL State Congress contest held at the University of Texas and the Texas State Capitol building on Jan. 14-15. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Tiger Swim Teams Successful at District Meet

    The Dripping Springs High School swim teams were successful at the District 20-5A meet, with the boys capturing the district title and the girls placing second. In addition, multiple Tigers have qualified for regional competition. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Two Selected as All-State Band Members

    Dripping Springs High School senior Johnny Dollard (trumpet) and junior Drew Wilson (alto sax) have been selected to the 2020 Texas All-State Band. All-State is the highest honor a Texas music student can receive; only the top 2.6 percent of nearly 67,000 musicians who initially audition earn all-state recognition. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • PTA Reflection Honors Announced

    The creative work of many Dripping Springs ISD students entered in the annual PTA Reflections program was recently evaluated based on artistic merit, creativity, mastery of the medium, and interpretation of the theme. Many students received district-level honors and the work of 15 students was selected to move on to the 2020 Texas PTA “Reflections” State Contest. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Statesman Honors Current and Past Tiger Student-Athletes

    Dripping Springs High School athletes were named to the Austin American-Statesman's 2019 fall sports All-Central Texas teams. In addition, several were included in the Statesman's "Best of the 2010s" all-decade teams. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Tiger Cry Yearbook Honored

    The Dripping Springs High School 2019 Tiger Cry yearbook recently received another honor to its recognition list. The American Scholastic Press Association has awarded the Tiger Cry a "First Place" designation. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • FFA Students Advance to Regional and State Events

    Dripping Springs High School students competing in Leadership Development Events (LDEs) through the FFA were successful this fall, including one group that won a state title. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Fifteen Band Students Qualify for Area Auditions

    Fifteen Dripping Springs High School band students have qualified for Area auditions, and will have the opportunity to compete for a spot on the All-State Band on Jan. 11. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • All-District Accolades Announced for DSHS Volleyball, Football Teams

    Numerous members of the Dripping Springs High School volleyball and football teams were honored with all-district honors for their performances during the 2019 season. Both teams were undefeated district champions and were well represented on the 25-5A (volleyball) and 12-5A Division I (football) all-district lists. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Students Recognized as AP Scholars

    Dripping Springs High School students performed extremely well on Advanced Placement (AP) exams administered in the spring of 2019, according to a report from the College Board. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Debaters Compete at Region 13 Congress Meet; Campbell Melton Qualifies for State

    Dripping Springs High School students were successful at the UIL 5A Region 13 Congress Meet on Nov. 11 in Salado. Campbell Melton (right in photo) was the region champion for the second consecutive year and will advance to the state tournament. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Ten DSISD Student-Athletes Announce Commitments on National Signing Day

    On the Nov. 13 National Signing Day, 10 Dripping Springs High School seniors announced commitments to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Volleyball players Avery Kalsu, Mackenzie Murray, Sarah Nading, and Kylar Raymond, softball players Mikayla Kanetzky and Jayna Reid, swimmer Danny Henry, soccer player Emma Jones, basketball player Xavier Phillips, and baseball player Zach Tjemeland signed National Letters of Intent.

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  • DSHS Students Perform with Region Choir; 20 Qualify for Pre-Area Auditions

    The Dripping Springs High School Choir had 22 students perform as part of the Region Choir on Nov. 9, 2019. Students rehearsed for two days, then performed their concert at the AISD Performing Arts Center. Twenty students have qualified to compete at Pre-Area audtions on Tuesday, Nov. 12. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Two Mental Health Professionals to Join Staff to Support Secondary Students

    As part of the district's mental health intiative, two licensed mental health professionals will be joining the district to help support secondary students. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Students Perform Well on 2019 College Entrance Exams

    Dripping Springs High School students recorded strong scores on college-entrance exams taken last spring, with results being significantly higher than state and national averages. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Senior Honored by National Speech and Debate Association

    Dripping Springs High School senior Campbell Melton has earned the degree of Premier Distinction from the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA), an honor society for high school speech and debate competitors. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Student Bowlers Compete at Special Olympics Event

    DSISD student bowlers competed at the Texas Special Olympics Area 13 Bowling Event on Nov. 1-3. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Teachers Complete Externship Program

    For the third year in a row, a group of teachers from Dripping Springs High School participated in a summer “externship” program supported by the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce and Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Honored by Special Olympics

    Dripping Springs High School has been recognized by Special Olympics as a National Banner Unified Champions School, one of only five schools in the state of Texas to be so honored. On Friday, DSHS will be presented with the banner from Special Olympics CEO Tim Martin during a pep rally that starts at noon. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS Debate Program Honored

    The Dripping Springs High School speech and debate program has received special recognition from the National Speech and Debate Association, earning membership in the prestigious "100 Club." CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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