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 and San Antonio Board of REALTORS® as well as the schools listed below.
SAN ANTONIO PARENTS SAY:
“We chose a public charter school thanks to the strength of both its core academics and its arts programming, providing a well-rounded STEAM education and a supportive environment that has allowed our son to excel.” – Dawn R.
“The public charter school that my children attend offers an educational model that is distinctly different. The teachers have high expectations for my children, including my son with special needs. Both of my children are getting equipped with the skills and confidence for a bright future.” – Inga C.
“We’ve been at a public charter school for 4 years and feel grateful everyday that we got a spot at our school. We are continually impressed with the dedication, skill level, and commitment of our charter school teachers and administrators. The community of staff, students, and families has taken our school experience to a whole new level.” – Michelle H.
Brooks Academies of Texas
Brooks Academies of Texas provides a college preparatory education for over 3,000 students across our four San Antonio Campuses. Our tuition-free, public charter schools serve grades PreK3 to 12 and each school has a special focus: BCA is the only SLAM (Sports Leadership and Management) program in Texas and is also an approved Early College High School; BASE is a TEA-accredited STEM school and also a PTECH school; Oaks specializes in the fine arts and Lone Star has a Spanish Language program. All schools have sports and extracurricular activities as well including drumline, band, choir, and Mariachi. Please contact us for a tour and to get more information. We are currently accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year and beyond!