Travis Early College High School


As part of the 2022 Bond, Travis Early College High School will receive a full modernization of the existing campus at its current location. The new building will feature flexible learning spaces to support a variety of learning styles, designed by and for the Travis community. Project design will begin spring 2023. The campus will be modernized and opened in phases with the final phase anticipated to open for the start of the 2028-29 school year. 

Follow the link to view the campus FAQ in Spanish

Community Meeting Update

Travis Early College High School’s conceptual community meeting was held on Wednesday, November 8, 2023.

  • The community was updated on the work being done by the Campus Architectural Team (CAT). 
  • The design team shared a preliminary analysis of the site and proposed site plan. 
  • The community’s feedback as well as the community’s concerns and priorities were collected.

Some images of the school’s design that were shared during the meeting are pictured below. More detailed renderings can be located within the meeting presentation.

rendering of building space
rendering of student empowerment center
rendering of proposed school map


Meeting Item  English  Spanish
Recording  Meeting Recording 11/08/23 (ENG)  Meeting Recording 11/08/23 (ESP Translation)
Presentation Materials 11/08/23 (ENG) Materials 11/08/23 (ESP)
Agenda Agenda 11/08/23 (ENG) Agenda 11/08/23 (ESP)


Notes 11/08/23 (ENG)


For meeting materials from earlier community meetings, please visit the document archive.

Elizabeth Salinas, Principal

David Bellesen, Teacher

Orlando Cerreno, Community Member

David Contreras, Teacher

Teresa Delgado, Staff

Wendy Dooldeniya, Teacher

Veronica Fernandez, Parent 

Lisa Gutierrez, Teacher

Amber Haney, Community Member 

Emi Hines, Mgt. Asst. to Principal

Jackie Martinez, Teacher

Joe Martinez, Staff

Junior Mata, Student 

Drew McGarrahan, Teacher

Kynan Murtaugh, Teacher

Roselynn Newton, Teacher

Kelsey Null, Teacher

Vangie Orozco, Teacher

Susan Rozanc, Teacher

Jayma Vaughan, Teacher

Paula Vaughan, Community Member 

Historically Underutilized Business Program (HUB)

Austin ISD's Historically Underutilized Business Program is committed to advancing equity in contracting, ensuring HUB firms can compete fairly and participate in construction-related, bond-funded projects. The HUB Program is a core business strategy for the district, formally adopted by the trustees in August 2016. A HUB is a business that is 51% owned, managed and controlled by a minority or woman — groups that are historically underrepresented in architecture, construction and other professional services. Austin ISD supports one of the most comprehensive public school HUB programs in the nation, providing tools for minority- and women-owned businesses to do business with the district.


Sustainability is a top priority for all projects implemented through the 2022 Bond. The standard for all full modernization projects will be to reach Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) certifications.