Our application process will begin October 1, 2016.
A 6th-12th college preparatory public school
Ranked #1 Middle School in San Antonio
Click here to complete the Lunch Application
Attention University Representatives please contact
Mrs. Rebecca Salazar
to schedule your visit:
or schedule your
visit online at https://repvisits.com
We teach our girls responsible leadership and effective decision-making that
will contribute to their general well-being. We believe these are
integral components to their personal success. While receiving a
well-rounded college preparatory education, our yong women experience lessons
that integrate math, science, and technology across the curriculum.
Women have historically been underrepresented in these career fields
and we are committed to developing our community's future leaders in all
career fields. We are developing tomorrow’s leaders and
empowering young women to achieve their fullest potential with a
rigorous college-preparatory education that is free of cost to our students.
We expect every graduate to enroll in a four-year university or college
upon graduation. Our students are provided a strong support network to
ensure they continue their academic success at the university level.
We aim to grow our family of young leaders with students who are
enthusiastic about learning, have a desire to lead and are committed to
higher education. Explore this website and see if the
San Antonio Young Woman's Leadership Academy is for you.
To transform SAISD into a national model urban
school district where every child graduates and is
educated so that he or she is prepared to be a
contributing member of the community.
Semester exams will occur the week
of January 9, 2017. Please ensure your
daughter completes her exam study guides.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has published the
2014-15 School Report Cards.
The report for the Young Women's Leadership Academy
can be accessed by clicking here.
The Young Women’s Leadership Academy is part of the Young Women's Preparatory Network,
a nonprofit organization that partners with public school districts to operate the largest network of all-girls’,
public, college-preparatory schools in the nation. All YWPN schools feature a STEM-focused curriculum,
and a majority of students are economically disadvantaged.
The core values are college readiness, leadership and wellness life skills.
Follow this link for more information on
Young Women’s Preparatory Network
Communications Branding and Website Guidelines
Please check the following links for information
concerning the 2016-17 school year.
Printable copies may downloaded from the links listed below:
Student Dress Code
Student Supply List
Dr. Weber, Deputy Superintendent for Instruction,
has requested that all high school websites include a copy of
the 2015-16 High School Course & Planning Guide
for the convenience of students and parents.
The link to the document is here:
The School Report Cards (SRC) for the 2014 school year
are posted on TEA’s website here:
The purpose of the SRC is to inform parents and guardians about
school performance and characteristics.
It is the policy of San Antonio ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color,
national origin, age,sex or handicap in its vocational programs, services or
activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended;
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.
Es norma del distrito de San Antonio no discriminar por motivos de raza, color, origen
nacional, sexo oimpedimento, en sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales,
tal como lo requieren el Título VI de la Ley de Deprechos Civiles de 1964,
según enmienda; el Título IX de las Emmiendas en laEducación, de 1972,
y la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda.
Es ist die Politik von San Antonio ISD nicht zur Diskriminierung auf Grundlage der
Rasse, Nationale Herkunft, Alter, Geschlecht, oder Behinderung in ihrer beruflichen
Programmen, Dienstleistungen oder Tätigkeiten im Sinne von Titel VI des
Civil Rights Act von 1964, also geändert; Titel IX der Bildung Änderungen von 1972 ;
und Abschnitt 504 des Rehabilitation Act von 1973; also geändert.