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406 Barrera St.
San Antonio, Texas  78210

Phone: (210) 554-2660

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All-Girls Academy

Grades 6-12


College Preparation, Leadership and Wellness

Young Women's Leadership Academy

2123 W. Husiache Ave., 78201, 210-438-6525

The San Antonio Young Women's Leadership Academy is a collaborative effort between San Antonio Independent School District and the Foundation for the Education of Young Women. The focus of San Antonio's first all-girls public school is on math, science, and technology, along with college preparation, leadership, and women's health.


High Schools

Grades 9-12


Earn College Credit

Travis Early College High School

1915 N. Main Ave., 78212, 210-738-9830

Located adjacent to San Antonio College campus, Travis Early College High School offers a personalized learning environment where students complete their high school diploma while earning up to 60 hours of college credit, and/or an Associate's Degree at no cost to the student or family. Upon graduation our students will make a seamless transition from high school to a four year college or university.



Middle Schools

Grades 6-8


School of Scientific Inquiry

Harris Middle School

325 Pruitt Ave., 78204, 210-228-1220

Intense science and technology methodology is fused with a rigorous college-preparatory liberal arts program. Science skills are increased across the curriculum, and extracurricular materials and information are provided to illustrate how students can explore the world around them using everyday tools, models, and experiences.



Irving Middle School

1300 Delgado St., 78207, 210-738-9740

The award-winning music program provides the academic cornerstone for a curriculum that recognizes the important role music education can play in every subject and in all acts of learning.



Rhodes Technology Middle School

3000 Tampico St., 78207, 210-978-7925

A technology focused curriculum that gives you the skills you need to prepare yourself for high school and college. Imagine building bridges and working on circuit boards for computers and taking science to the next level and beyond— this school provides those opportunities.


Video: Technology at Rhodes MS


Science & Health

Whittier Middle School

2101 Edison Dr., 78201, 210-738-9755

This companion to SAISD’s Health Professions Magnet at Edison High School provides a firm science and health foundation as a basis for problem-solving and research skills. Through a partnership with the University of Texas Health Science Center, students are provided an extraordinary opportunity for hands-on learning alongside some of the nation’s top scientists, physicians and professors.


Video: Science & Health at Whittier MS


Grades K-8


Dual Language, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts & Sciences

Bonham Academy

925 S. St. Mary’s St., 78205, 210-228-3300

Students have the opportunity to become fluent in Spanish, Chinese, or Russian as well as to cultivate a life-long appreciation and respect for art, culture and the environment. Education is enhanced through field trips to arts and sciences venues, while they also can learn about native plants and wildlife at the school’s outdoor gardens – including a designated National Wildlife Habitat for the monarch butterfly.


Video: Dual Language, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts & Sciences at Bonham Academy 


National Core Knowledge & Visual Arts

Hawthorne Academy

115 W. Josephine St., 78212, 210-738-9795

Self-reflection and goal-setting skills are honed through the internationally-acclaimed Core Knowledge Curriculum combined with the school’s award-winning visual arts program. Weekly character education promotes citizenship, ethics, and responsibility, and students are set on a pathway toward successful adulthood through college and career awareness.


Integrated K-8 Instruction

Martin Luther King Academy

3501 Martin L. King Dr., 78220, 210-2978-7935

The school’s motto ― Creating Tomorrow’s Leaders Through Preparation Today is fulfilled by offering students a strong foundation in academics, literacy and technology combined with public service. Opportunities to develop their leadership qualities are augmented through partnerships with businesses, community organizations, and volunteer agencies.



Elementary Schools

Grades K-5


Learning Styles

Barkley-Ruiz Elementary

1111 S. Navidad St., 78207, 210-978-7940

Employs a holistic educational approach custom-made to each child’s unique style of learning, with particular concentration on early intervention.


Accelerated Learning

Briscoe Elementary

2015 S. Flores St., 78204, 210-228-3305

Accelerated academics are offered in keeping with the school’s long standing tradition of scholastic excellence. The curriculum also serves as a preparatory for students seeking enrollment into the International Baccalaureate Diploma Magnet at Burbank High School.


Hands-On Thematic Units & Critical Thinking Skills

Highland Park Elementary

635 Rigsby Ave., 78210, 210-228-3335

A thematic, integrated curriculum, along with a strong technology component, are the focus of this campus. Lessons are taught around a school-wide theme, with multiple subjects rolled into a single lesson. This approach allows students to delve deeper into concepts and connect what they are learning to their everyday lives.