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Savio Girls and Boys Track Teams WIN District!

April 10, 2024
By Susan Laielli

The St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Boys and Girls Track Teams both won our District at the track meet held on Tuesday, April 9. To say the weather was a mess is an understatement! 

Freaky Friday! Spring Musical Ready to SHINE!

April 03, 2024


Ellie and her mother, Katherine, accidentally switch bodies with the help of a magic hourglass. They have just one day to put things right before Katherine's big wedding. Please join us April 18-20 at 7:00 pm for this fun and family-friendly musical. 

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Project Graduation Tickets Available NOW!

March 18, 2024
By Susan Laielli

Have you heard about Project Graduation? It's an energetic event that follows graduation, featuring entertainment, food, friends, and the most AMAZING PRIZES! Grab your tickets before May 1 and receive double raffle tix! You'll be very happy you were the early bird! #2024projectgraduation

Savio Welcomes Superbowl Champion as Football Coach

March 06, 2024
By Susan Laielli

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Hires Super Bowl Champion 
as Head Football Coach

Austin, Texas – The administration of St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School is pleased to announce that Malcom D’ Shawn Brown, a retired Superbowl-winning National Football League (NFL) Defensive Tackle who played football for the University of Texas, has been hired as the new football coach for the school beginning with the 2024-25 academic year.

Brown, a Texas native who attended Brenham High School as a three-sport athlete, played defensive tackle for the University of Texas (UT) (2012-2014) before being drafted as the 32nd overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft for the New England Patriots (2015-2018). On February 5, 2017, Brown was part of the Patriots team that won Super Bowl LI. The Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 34–28 in overtime.  He went on to play for the New Orleans Saints (2019-2020) and finished his professional football career with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2021.

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Principal Mr. Evan Psencik eagerly welcomes Coach Brown to the Savio family.

“What impressed me the most during the interview process was getting to know Malcom as a dedicated family man and a person of deep faith, who is committed to supporting and helping our student-athletes be successful on and off the field,” said Mr. Psencik. “We believe that Coach Brown will be the perfect leader, mentor, and role model for our student-athletes and will help our school community build a football program that will sustain success for many years to come.”

Coach Brown is looking forward to returning to the Lone Star State.

“To have an opportunity to come home to Texas, and to coach the sport I have dedicated my life to, is truly a gift and an honor,” said Brown. “I am looking forward to mentoring our young athletes through sports and faith, as well as offering them the same opportunities afforded me as a young man growing up in Texas, which led to my success.”  

Coach Brown will be part of a multi-sport program offered at St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School.

“As we move into Division 1 (6A) football next year, we will encounter a new set of challenges,” said Savio Athletic Director Louise Swain. “I am eager to work with Coach Brown to continue to develop faith-filled athletes who are capable of rising to the challenge under his tremendous leadership.”

The student body was made aware of the announcement of Coach Brown’s hiring at a recent assembly. Coach Brown will be available for a press conference with our media partners at 11 a.m., on Friday, March 8, in the Student Success Center (Library). The media should arrive at the front door of the school by 10:30 a.m., to be checked into the office before heading to the library for the press conference.

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School is a co-educational college preparatory school founded by the Diocese of Austin to prepare young men and women to become faith-filled, visionary, and inspirational leaders in service to the Church and the world.



Savio Merit Scholars Recognized

March 06, 2024
By Susan Laielli

Last week the Diocese of Austin Catholic School community joined together at the annual St. Thomas Aquinas Mass to recognize 58 middle school students for their leadership and service to the community, as well as 29 high school students who received National Merit recognition. Congratulations to our St. Dominic Savio students who earned this honor!

Two Robotics Teams go to State!

February 27, 2024
By Susan Laielli


Congratulations to Iron Eagles 6272 Prime! They were a member of the winning alliance at the Area Championship. They also placed 3rd place - Design Award.
Congratulations to Iron Eagles 3708 Optimus. They ranked 3rd in their division. Way to go Iron Eagles!
Please congratulate these hard-working team members.

Prime:  Matthew Burkhart, Grace Parker, Sihan Lin, Chris Agostinelli, Chris Abadie, and Cosimo Di Santis.
Optimus: Jackson Petersen, Varun Rajagopal, Thomas Kloke, Wit Hatton, Levi Bendele, and Jude Landon.

The FTC State Championship will be held March 22nd and 23rd in Belton.

Latin Students Earn Success at Competiton

February 27, 2024
By Susan Laielli

Nine Latin students competed in the Austin Area Convention Latin Competition on Saturday!!  Everyone did an amazing job, earning Savio Fourth Place in our division!
Individual contest achievements were: Holly Smith ('27): 2nd Place Vocabulary, Lauren Mackowski ('25): 2nd Place Latin Derivatives, Lucia Fulwiler ('26): 3rd Place Greek Derivatives, Bailey Belomestnov ('25): 3rd Place Reading Comprehension Poetry! 
Pictured Above: Left to Right: Jacob Gaines (25), Bailey Belomestnov (25), Lane Fulwiler - Latin Club PR/Historian (24), Lauren Mackowski - Latin Club President (25), Lucia Fulwiler - Latin Club Vice President (26), Lilian Herchek (26), Caroline Golab (26), Isabella Boltan (26)

Mardi Gras Parade Big Hit!

February 13, 2024
By Susan Laielli

The second annual St. Dominic Savio Mardi Gras Parade was a huge success with each House creating movie-themed floats. The students paraded through Holy Family Catholic School during their lunch time, so it was extra special to see their smiling faces! Great job students!