When Casey and Leticia Monroe started thinking about moving from Brownsville to Austin, schools were their number one priority. Careful research led them to Lake Travis ISD, and Sweetwater’s beautiful Hill Country environment convinced them to make their “forever home” here.
Opening in early 2020, Sweetwater’s first preschool, KLA Schools of Sweetwater, will offer a unique learning environment inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy. It will be the first preschool in the Austin area to offer this approach, which invites children to actively participate in their own education.
Students head back to the highly regarded Lake Travis ISD schools serving Sweetwater on August 14. From enrollment information to after school programs, our blog has all the links you need in one convenient place.
Niche has released its 2019 school rankings, and the Lake Travis Independent School District serving Sweetwater ranks the No. 2 Best School District in Austin. Each of the Lake Travis campuses zoned to Sweetwater is also highly rated.
The Lake Travis Independent School District has earned an A accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency, and all of the Lake Travis ISD schools serving Sweetwater earned the highest possible campus ratings.
Serving Sweetwater students in grades 6-8, Lake Travis Middle School has earned a spot on the prestigious Texas Honor Roll, which recognizes schools for high levels of academic achievement and other metrics of providing a quality education.
Bee Cave is more than just an interesting name. It’s also an A+ place to live and raise a family, according to the 2018 rankings from Niche. Find out why this city near Sweetwater gets high marks for schools, safety, and friendliness for families, Millennials and other groups.
As parents know, SAT scores are a quick and effective way to gauge how well a school prepares students for college. The latest data shows that Lake Travis High School is doing a great job, one of only 6 Austin area high schools on a new statewide list.
To help homebuyers choose the best Austin area school district for their family, we’ve gathered the latest data on the Lake Travis Independent School District from the Texas Education Agency, Niche, Great Schools and other respected sources. Bottom line: Lake Travis ISD is a top school district.
While Sweetwater’s youngest residents head back to highly regarded Lake Travis ISD schools, older residents can explore lifelong learning from prestigious institutions including The University of Texas.
Close to both Austin and the Hill Country, Sweetwater offers many reasons why you’ll never want to leave the community once you discover your new Austin home here. Our community has many attractions including green-built houses that have floor plans that let you live the way you want.
Austin Texas has grabbed the No. 1 spot on U.S. News & World Report’s 100 Best Places to Live in the USA list for 2017. To come up with the rankings, U.S. News analyzed 100 U.S. metro areas based on quality of life, the job market, the value of living there and people’s desire to live there.
Spring is a beautiful time to drive up to The Summit, an exclusive estate home enclave atop one of the highest points in Sweetwater. With an elevation of 1,235 feet – one of the highest points in Travis County – The Summit is limited to only 30 estate homesites for sale within a gated entrance.
With an overall grade of A+, the Lake Travis Independent School District ranks as the No. 2 Best School District in the Austin region for 2017, according to a new analysis from Niche.com, a national review website.
Cheering on the Lake Travis Cavs is a way of life here. Dig a little deeper, and it’s easy to see that team spirit is just one thing to love about Lake Travis ISD. Here are six more reasons families are so happy about Sweetwater’s schools.
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