The Gault School is a center for innovative, interdisciplinary research archaeology focusing on the earliest peoples in the western hemisphere and their cultural antecedents.
The Gault School was organized to:
Hold, maintain, and protect properties in Bell and Williamson Counties in Texas on which the Gault Archaeological Site is located;
Conduct further scientific research related to the Gault Site and materials recovered from the site, as well as other sites;
Conduct, promote, and enable research into the earliest peoples in the western hemisphere and their origins;
Encourage, foster, promote, maintain, and develop outreach programs to encourage the education of the public about the Gault Site and other sites, encourage public awareness through archaeological and outreach, outdoor education, and related themes about the peopling of the Americas;
Research, develop, and disseminate materials related to the above themes; and
Foster collaboration with individuals, universities, and organizations with common interests.
Come join us in the adventure!
We are a team of dedicated professionals, focusing on the earliest peoples in the western hemisphere and their cultural antecedents.