Welcome to Headwaters School!

Headwaters School is an independent co-ed day school in Austin, Texas serving students from 18 months old through grade 12. Founded in 2001, we design vibrant learning environments across our three campuses: our Early Childhood campus in South Austin, our Elementary campus in Southwest Austin, and our Middle & High School campus in Downtown Austin.

Beginning with a Montessori foundation and progressing to the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme, we invite all of our students to become Peacemakers, Advocates, Creators, and Thinkers.
In September we hosted conversations for each of our programs that connected current parents with prospective parents. View these sessions at the following links:

Attend an Open House

Headwaters School hosts Open Houses for each program. RSVP at the links below!

Upcoming Admissions Open Houses
  • 1/20/24: Middle and High School Admissions Open House | River Campus | 1-2:30 p.m. | RSVP here
The Early Childhood and Elementary Open Houses have already passed. If you were not able to attend, please schedule a weekly tour for your campus visit.

Learn More at Our Weekly Tours

Once you fill out the Connect With Us form, you will receive information about how to attend a campus tour. At our tours, our Admissions Director welcomes  parents in small-group setting to learn about our curriculum, program offerings, and admissions process.

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  • Early Childhood

    (18 months to 5 years for half-day and full-day Pre-K) tours are on most Wednesday mornings during the school year.
  • Elementary

    (Kindergarten to 5th Grade) tours are on most Thursday mornings during the school year.
  • Middle and High School

    (6th-12th Grade) tours are on most Tuesday mornings during the school year.

Spring Campus

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Creek Campus

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River Campus

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As a 501(c)3 non-profit school, Headwaters School does not discriminate because of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other classes protected by federal, state, or local law in its admissions, financial aid, hiring, or board membership processes.