Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year as Rhodes Middle School begins its 61ST year of serving students and parents. The Rhodes Middle School learning community is excited to serve students and parents by ensuring continued improvement of instructional practices, increased student learning, and positive student/parent/teacher relationships. Our theme for the new school year is It doesn't matter where you begin, it matters where you end!
The Rhodes Faculty share a united vision of student success requiring imagination, trust, determination and a belief that team work makes the dream work. Over the last few years, Rhodes Middle school has made significant gains in accordance with social and academic indicators, as shown through Rhodes becoming both a Magnet and Charter campus. The Rhodes Learning Community is committed to educating the whole child and hopes you will join us in our endeavor to provide each child with a solid foundation for continued life long learning. The Rhodes Learning Community is ready to Meet the Challenge of making our campus Exemplary.
Principal Chris Castro
"I'm thrilled that our students are working with the best teachers in the district. I would like to thank teachers, parents and students for maintaining the passion and student centered attitude that will help us move our program from Good to Great!
History Of Jeremiah Rhodes
Rhodes Middle School opened in 1954 at a time when Tampico Street was still an unpaved road. After much hard work and determination, Rhodes became a Technology Magnet School in 1999 and a Technology Charter School in 2010. Now known as Rhodes Technology and Media Internal Charter, students use technology each day in their lessons and classrooms. Rhodes is a great place to be and we look forward to working with you and your child.
Jeremiah Rhodes was THE originator of the junior high school system in Texas. He moved to Texas in 1920 and served as superintendent of the San Antonio schools from 1920 to 1925. Rhodes pushed successfully for a bond issue in 1922 because San Antonio schools were extremely crowded. In 1933 he became the head of the junior high schools division of the Texas State Department of Education. We are proud to have our campus named after Jeremiah Rhodes.