At St. Gabriel's, students embark on a journey of discovery, growth and change. We set high expectations because we believe in our students and their ability to succeed. Our graduates are outstanding academic students, as well as global citizens, independent thinkers, creative problem solvers and responsible members of their communities.

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  • Victoria Fabiano, Class of 2002

    Head of Enterprise Customer Development, Google Cloud Platform
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  • Christy Schrader, Class of 2013

    Studying at Pepperdine University in Malibu
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  • Madison Leyens, Class of 2014

    Sophomore at Southern Methodist University
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  • John Shults, Class of 2005

    Team Leader & Realtor
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  • Daniela Alvarez, Class of 2013

    Studying at Wesleyan University
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  • Roxana Kappmeyer, Class of 2013

    Sophomore at the University of Texas
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  • Caroline Keyes, Class of 2014

    Freshman at Stanford University
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  • Jocelen Matyas, Class of 2006

    Working in impact investing and circular economy in Southeast Asia- based in Singapore
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Thank You St. Gabriel's

We are always on the lookout for more alumni of note. If you know of a SGCS alumnus/a who should be on our list, please contact us at stgabriels@sgs-austin.org .Thank you.
St. Gabriel's Catholic School

2500 Wimberly Lane  |  Austin, TX 78735  |  512.327.7755  |  admissions@sgs-austin.org

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.