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Welcome to Taylor High School! It is my honor to introduce you to this exceptional learning community focused on providing an outstanding educational experience. Our school has continued to evolve to provide a rigorous education in a creative and caring learning environment.

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AP Testing Opportunity

Taylor ISD, in partnership with the College Board, will be offering high school students the opportunity to take Advanced Placement (AP) Exams during the month of May. The College Board exam fee is $94 per exam. College Board allows a fee reduction for those students who qualify for free/reduced lunch. All other students will be required to pay the full price for the exam. To offset the full cost, Taylor ISD will contribute funds to assist with the cost for the 2019 AP exams: • Cost to student with previous instruction for each AP Exam: $50, • Cost to student without previous instruction for each AP Exam: $94, • Cost to student on free/reduced lunch for each AP Exam: $15 . The link to sign up is also on the school website or in the attached letter. Students will pay in the Counselor’s Office. Payment plans are available as needed. All students planning to take an AP Test(s) need to sign up and pay fees by Friday February 1, 2019.

Ducks Paving the Way

Ducks Paving the Way has kicked off a campaign offering engraved bricks to individuals, groups, clubs, and businesses to help purchase a bronze mallard statue to be placed at the new Taylor ISD sports complex. You can purchase a brick by completing this form or by clicking this link and mailing the form to Beth Griffith 3101 N. Main, Taylor, TX 76574

2018 Cross Country Season

Eli Ortiz finished 6th out of 152 runners in the state Saturday at the UIL State Cross Country Championships at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.  Eli ran an impressive 16:12 on this tough, hilly course in some brutal winds. Find meet results and details from Coach Shelli Cobb here.

Color Guard takes first at weekend competition

From Director David Motl: The Taylor High School Band and Guard performed well this past weekend at the Rocket Review Marching Contest in Commerce, Texas. In 4A competition, our Color Guard came in 1st, beating Fredericksburg, Boerne, and Bandera High Schools. Additionally, the Band placed an overall 2nd, beating the above schools in their musical performance.

STAAR Report Card Portal Available to Parents

Taylor ISD Parents/Guardians may access their child’s online STAAR Report Card after June 13 by visiting the Texas Assessment website at http://www.TexasAssessment.com. Log into the Student Portal using your child’s unique Portal Access Code and date of birth. Click the title above for more details.

Our Mission

"Taylor ISD is preparing every student to compete in a global society through a premium educational experience and strong partnerships."