One of the most common questions we’re asked is for school recommendations. We’re so lucky to live in an education-rich city and that San Antonio has a robust public school network, a well balanced private school community, and a wide variety of charter schools to choose from. It is our belief that there is a “right fit” for every family and because we cater to the greater San Antonio area, your options cover a large area. On this page you’ll find information about San Antonio area Charter Schools. When considering a Charter School, we urge you to research the educational philosophy, admission process, and unique characteristics of each Charter School, as they vary greatly. This guide is a paid listing, brought to you by Alamo City Moms as well as the schools listed below.
SAN ANTONIO PARENTS SAY:
“We chose a public charter school thanks to the strength of its curriculum. We were drawn to its focus on core academics as well its arts programming, providing a challenging, well-rounded STEAM education that fits our son. We also appreciate its supportive, hands-on environment that has allowed him to excel and feel ‘at home’. We are grateful that San Antonio offers an array of strong educational options so families can choose what best fits their needs.” – Dawn R.
Brooks Academies of Texas
Brooks Academies is a premiere tuition-free public charter school with four campuses located in San Antonio. Serving grades PreK-12 with a 100% virtual learning option available as well as STEM, Fine Arts, Dual Language, Spanish Language Program and Early College High School. Competitive sports start in elementary school.
Great Hearts Online - Texas
Great Hearts Online is a fulltime, tuition-free, virtual public charter school serving students in grades K-8. We offer a rigorous, classical liberal arts curriculum including advanced math and science, robust arts, and foreign languages. We value and cultivate a sense of wonder, depth of inquiry, and love of learning in all classes, and we build strong communities among our students and their families.