Academics and Programs


The personality traits and habits of success and winning on the field or court parellels the personality traits and habits of success and winning in life.  Our focus of teaching and enhancing character defining traits, such as accountability, work ethic, and commitment, is the foundation of all SGCS athletic endeavors.  Teaching our students how to win and be successful is the true measure of our excellence.  Students develop leadership skills, social skills, communication skills and experience successes and learn how to deal with failures outside of the classroom.  

The Athletics Program at St. Gabriel's Catholic School is inclusive, competitive, and structured to develop independent and successful young men and women, on and off the competitive field. We encourage students of all abilities to participate in athletics, and our inclusive "no-cut" philosophy is the hallmark of our program.  More than 90 percent of students in the fifth through eighth grades participate in at least one sport during the school year.  

Our state-of-the-art facilities feature a cushioned running track, tennis courts, indoor gymnasium with climbing ropes and walls, football/soccer stadium and playing field.

We offer Saber Study afterschool study hall to support students who wish to participate in sports programs.
Modified Cheer (No Stunting)
Cross Country
Flag Football (5th and 6th Grade)
Lacrosse (Girls and Boys)
Sand Volleyball
Tackle Football (7th and 8th Grade)
Track and Field
St. Gabriel's Catholic School

2500 Wimberly Lane  |  Austin, TX 78735  |  512.327.7755  |

Accreditations & Recognitions
St. Gabriel's Catholic School is an Independent Catholic school in Austin TX, educating children in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school.
Schools within the Diocese of Austin do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national or ethnic origin in: (i) the admission of students; (ii) the offerings of rights, privileges, programs, or activities generally made available to their students; or (iii) the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, loan programs, athletic programs, employment practices or policies, or other school-administered programs.