Teaching Tomorrow's Champions...Today!

The Texas Auction Academy auction school training program and general information is located on the following pages. With a true desire, genuine effort, and ordinary talent, you can master our course.

Learn from America's Most Prominent Auctioneers:
Bid Calling • Business Practices • Fundamentals

Upcoming Course Dates:

2015: Feb 7-15th • June 6-14th • October 10-18th

Congratulations to Our Texas Auction Academy Graduates!

Texas Auction Academy Graduating Class Oct 2014

2014 October Graduates – (Bottom to Top– L to R) (Row 1) Kim Cleaver, Dallas, TX; Kara Powell, Arvada, CO; Jessica Chumbley, Dallas, TX; Stacy Silfies, Frisco, TX; Karleen Talbott, Corrales, NM; Jennifer Calver, Flower Mound, TX; Glenda Baugher, The Colony, TX; Randi Haley, Sheridan, AR; Wanda Soler-Comber, Bryan, TX (Row 2) Troy Lippard, Instructor, Enid, OK; Craig Loe, Ponder, TX; Randall Kirkes, Killeen, TX; Jim Crain, Owasso, OK; Joe Gangata, Johannesburg, South Africa; Chris Cordina, Dallas, TX; Jose A. Camarillo, Pharr, TX; T.J. Die, Lumberton, TX; Steve Hopson, Dallas, TX; Kent Nash, Tyler, TX; Lori Jones, School Administrator; Mike Jones, School Director; (Row 3) Stan Zabojnik, Ennis, TX; Mike Hayward, Frisco, TX; Wayne Groover, Statesboro, GA; Glyn Meek, Plano, TX; Cody Miller, Jasper, AR; Robert E. (Bob)Lingle, Rowlett, TX; Robert L. Meza, Dallas, TX; Doug Sheppard, Mansfield, TX; Montie Davis, Instructor, Keller, TX (Row 4) Jimmy Kidd, Alvin, TX; Dan Small, Pearland, TX; Dave L. Ward, Pryor, OK; J.E. “Bear” Hebert, Pasadena, TX; Dustin Brister, Colfax, LA; Ryan Schroeder, Gainesville, TX; D.J. Helpenstill, Pleasanton, TX; Kirk Hagen, Castroville, TX; Jimbo Hall, Williamsburg, NM; Arvin West, Sierra Blanca, TX; Jose Quiroga, Grand Prairie, TX; Bill Quinn, Denton, TX.


Your instructors at the Texas Auction Academy auction school are successful auctioneers, business leaders, and professionals who are ready, willing and able to give of their time and talents to make your stay in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex possibly the most important of your life.

Known as an International Trade Center, the Dallas/Ft. Worth area is truly a classic location for your course study to become an auctioneer. The Texas Auction Academy auction school is just 15 to 20 minutes from the Dallas/Ft. Worth International and Dallas Love Field Airports. In addition, we are just minutes from downtown Dallas, American Airlines Center, Mesquite Champion Rodeo Arena, Six Flags, the Ball Park at Arlington, Bill Bob's Texas, the Texas Motor Speedway and the historic Fort Worth stockyards. Southern hospitality abounds in North Texas! The weekend auction pages of the area newspapers have numerous auction advertisements making this area the "New Frontier of Auctioneering". And because of our central location, a typical class will have students from as far away as California, Washington, Idaho, Michigan, Maryland, the Carolinas and Florida.

Graduate Testimonials

Dear Mike and Lori: I just wanted to take a moment to write and let you know how much I enjoyed the Texas Auction Academy. You tow have done a tremendous job putting together an outstanding, exciting and educational program. All of the instructors did a wonderful job and not only fit their subject areas, but shared a wealth of information. I was serious when I said that you had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I couldn’t have picked a better time to come into the family business and I also couldn’t have been so fortunate as to attend the March 2011 auction academy and meet the both of you. Thank you so much for all you do and I hope to stay in touch.
Brian Bendele, Chandler, Oklahoma

I have been to a lot of training classes over the years but this one ranks right at the top. For anyone going into the real estate auction business, this school is a must, the total package for the new auctioneer. It not only teaches you about real estate auctions but opens your eyes to the entire auction world.
Dennis Nissen, Emmett, ID

The curriculum was outstanding and the instructors were all the top people in their profession. I was encouraged from the first moment in the classroom.
Renee E. Zorn, Baltimore, MD