Hyde Park Schools
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|Hyde Park Schools|
11400 North Mo-Pac Expressway
|Motto||We believe that HPBS exists to glorify God through the ministry of an excellent Christ-centered education.|
|Established||1968 (Primary School) / 1980 (High School)|
|Number of students||300|
Hyde Park High School was founded in 1980, and is associated with the Baptist denomination of Christianity. Hyde Park has a college-preparatory program that emphasizes Christian values.
|Campuses in Austin|
Hyde Park High School is a ministry of Hyde Park Baptist Church in Austin, Texas. The High School is located at 11400 N. Mopac, Austin, Texas. Enrollment generally runs from 200-300 students. It moved to this location in the fall of 2009. Before this time it was located at 3901 Speedway with the Elementary and Middle School campuses. It was founded in 1980 by Bob Edd Shotwell, who also founded Hyde Park Baptist Elementary in 1968.
The school is now a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools (SBACS), and Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS).
Hyde Park athletics is led by athletic director/head football coach Dean Campbell. Dean Campbell has coached at the college football level at many different universities, including the University of Texas, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech, Arkansas, and Air Force. Campbell's goal for Hyde Park athletics is stated as "One foundational goal for our program is to provide strong leadership for our student athletes through the Christian role models of our coaches."
- Basketball (Boys and Girls)
- Cross Country
- Soccer (Boys and Girls)
- Tennis (Boys and Girls)
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Flag Football
- Home. Hyde Park Schools. Retrieved on May 21, 2019. "Speedway Campus 4K-8th Grade 3901 Speedway Austin Texas 78751 [...] Quarries Campus High School 11400 N. Mopac Expwy. Austin Texas 78759"
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