A Private School Where You Belong

Helpful Links


View your child’s academic progress and additional materials. Visit QuickSchools


Manage your private school tuition payment options and financial aid. Visit FACTS

AHB Community Handbook

The community handbook contains contact and academic information, school policies, and more. View the AHB Community School Handbook

AHB Community Google Drive

View resources such as a printable calendar and our community directory. Visit the AHB Community School Google Drive

Two parents volunteer in garden at homeschool coop.

Events Calendar

Tip: Click the blue “plus” sign below the calendar to subscribe to the AHB calendar in your Google account. Once you have subscribed to the AHB Community School calendar, you can link it to your preferred calendar app such as Outlook or iPhone using these steps. Find the special link by going to, opening the Settings page, and scrolling down to “Other Calendars > AHBCS > Integrate Calendar”. In most cases, you will be looking for the “public iCal link”.

Middle schooler shows second graders computer at homeschool coop.

Board of Directors

The Board is a parent-led body that governs the nonprofit private school in alignment with its mission and values. It articulates organizational goals, develops a strategic plan, authorizes capital expenditures and budgets, arbitrates conflicts, and oversees the Head of School. Click here for further details about the Board.

Board Meetings

Meetings are held mid-month, virtually or in person at our Austin, Texas campus, and parents are strongly encouraged to attend and participate. Please check the community calendar for exact dates and times. Read the bylaws and minutes from past Board meetings here.

Resolving Problems

AHB Community School’s Board welcomes comments (whether praise or criticism) from community members in order to ensure all voices are heard and grievances are resolved. Please email the Board Parent Liaison at so that the issue can be brought to light.

Joining the Board

Community elections are held in the spring. Please contact to express your interest, being sure to note any specialized knowledge you may have that could be useful (management, IT, legal, fundraising, etc.)


Built on Community

Finding belonging in a city as big as Austin isn’t easy. At the heart of AHB’s progressive mission is offering community, so we limit our micro school to 90 students and ensure parents, students and teachers feel valued. When families form a community around school, students thrive.