Rhodes Middle School

A Technology & Media
Internal Charter School

3000 Tampico St.
San Antonio, Texas  78207

Phone: (210) 978-7925
Fax: (210) 433-7299

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School starts August 22, 2016

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  • We Are Rhodes
    We Are Rhodes
    We are Rhodes and we are ALL IN!
  • From Rhodes to Washington!
    From Rhodes to Washington!
    Rhodes students at the White House, summer 2016.
  • We Mean Business
    We Mean Business
    The slogan for the 2016-2017 school year is, "We Mean Business!"
  • Boys Soccer Workout
    Boys Soccer Workout
    Wildcat Boys Soccer Team Working Out. Go Wildcats!
  • Folklorico!
    The 2017 Rhodes Folklorico Team.
  • Spirit Stick Challenge!
    Spirit Stick Challenge!
    Principal Ortiz shows Wildcat students the new Spirit Stick!
  • Mariachi Magic!
    Mariachi Magic!
    Mariachi students getting ready to take the stage!
  • Geekbus Visit
    Geekbus Visit
    Students pose by the GEEKBUS during a visit to Rhodes.
  • Robot Work!
    Robot Work!
    Rhodes 6th grade students learn to program robots.
  • Teacher of the Year 2017
    Teacher of the Year 2017
    Rhodes 2016 - 1017 Teacher of the Year, Ms. Deherrera.
  • Principal's Coffee
    Principal's Coffee
    Principal Ortiz talks with parents during a monthly Principal's Coffee meeting. All parents are welcome.
  • Rhodes Animation
    Rhodes Animation
    A 7th grade student works on her original animation project in STEM class.
  • Thank You Parents!
    Thank You Parents!
    Parents volunteer at Rhodes!
  • Fast Pace Learning!
    Fast Pace Learning!
    Frank A., 8th grade students, show off the car he built in Technology class. (Open full picture)


4th Annual Literacy Night

January 24, 2017


Parents and students are welcome!


Yearbooks On Sale NOW!

Order your 2017 yearbook today.

See Ms. Epstein in Room 509.



Rhodes MS in the News

Yearlong aviation, aerospace project kicks off at Rhodes Middle School

Students experience the thrill of flying


Welcome 2017 Wildcat Family!
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 02 February 2007 10:37





Rhodes Middle School - A Technology & Media Internal Charter




Your Principal - Mr. Moises Ortiz


A Message from the Principal:


Since 1954 Rhodes Middle School has played a major educational role in the development of some our most influential community leaders by simply providing high quality instruction.  As principal of Rhodes Middle School, it is my commitment to parents, community partners, and school faculty to ensure that every student receives innovative 21st Century instruction designed to provide a solid foundation for a rigorous high school career. Simply put, as the motto our teaching faculty has adopted for 2016-2017, “We Mean Business!” - Principal Ortiz


Now accepting Applications! Click here for the link to the application.



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Rhodes MIddle School

Rhodes Birds Eye View

WANTED!!! Classic and Retro photos of Rhodes teams, teachers, and students from years past. Looking for any Rhodes photos from the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, 00's. Find your old yearbooks and photo albums and send picture scans to ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ). Be a part of Rhodes History! 





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.


Last Updated on Friday, 13 January 2017 14:24