At AHISD, students are at the center of every decision. Our goal is to prepare our students for the future and create a learning experience where each student can thrive. In a world that is ever-evolving and advancing, AHISD hopes to accord its students the skills necessary for a successful and balanced life.
The AHISD Profile of a Learner depicts all that we, as a district, embody. This document provides teachers with a roadmap for creating learning experiences for students with the hope that ultimately, each student can feel they have bloomed into an individual ready for his or her personal future.
Our classroom environments are learner-centered workplaces with a collaborative culture where students are at work utilizing communication, creativity, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem-solving with the Profile of a Learner as the driving force.
As a district, we understand that ongoing support for our teachers is key to making these classrooms a success. Each teacher works alongside an instructional coach to design work that is aligned with best practices in teaching, future-ready skills, and the AHISD Profile of Learner.
With the Profile of a Learner as our roadmap, our district is committed to preparing our students to become active, successful, and contributing members of society.
The Alamo Heights Independent School District, the heart of our community whose passion is excellence, will educate and empower every student to excel academically and as a confident, compassionate citizen with impeccable character and a global perspective through engaging, personally challenging, and relevant experiences that inspire learning for life.
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SAISD is as diverse and historically rich as the city whose name it shares. As San Antonio’s founding school district, SAISD neighborhood schools have served the heart of the Alamo City for more than 100 years. Today, SAISD serves about 47,000 students across more than 90 schools in our culturally proud, urban community.
We offer a wide variety of programs, including dual-language, career exploration and college-preparation. Along with traditional school models, we also offer academies comprising non-traditional grade ranges such as PK-8.
True to our roots, SAISD continues to pave the way in San Antonio with the city’s only public Montessori school, single-gender campuses, and K-12 International Baccalaureate framework. Additionally, the District has grown 5 P-TECH programs in just a few years.
Outside of the traditional classroom, the spirit of SAISD can be found in programs and activities from extensive athletics to fine arts – including a mariachi curriculum that was pioneered in our District before being modeled across the nation.
From forward-thinking academic and extracurricular programs at our neighborhood schools to a growing list of specialized schools, SAISD students can customize their own educational experience and find what truly drives them. Every student has a journey, and SAISD is supporting that path wherever it may lead for each of its students.
Harlandale ISD consists of 14 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 4 high schools. We offer Pre-K – 12th Grade. We pride ourselves in knowing that we are a family working together and that our goal is to help our students succeed in their education. We have an Early College High School where students are able to advance with their college education through our partnership with Alamo Colleges. Through our Harlandale Education Foundation, all students that graduate from our district are able to receive a scholarship for their future education. We have many different programs at every school including after school activities, athletics, dual language programs, CTE programs and many more. We invite you to visit our website http://www.harlandale.net for more information there you can find an interactive tour of our middle schools and high schools and the programs that are offered, at https://www.harlandale.net/hisdcareerandelectivepathways
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