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 Public School Districts including the programs and magnet schools that make them unique. This guide is a paid listing, brought to you by Alamo City Moms and San Antonio Board of REALTORS®.


“We love our in-district magnet school! The dual language academy is open to families all across San Antonio. It is incredible to see my proud Latina daughters embracing Spanish and celebrating their culture. We are incredibly grateful to our district for offering options and creating diverse by design schools.” – Cristina N

“We’ve been in the public schools for 13 years and it’s been amazing for my kids. The special education system has helped my daughter thrive and blossom into who she is made to be. They are flexible with her plan and always do what is best for her. Every teacher that we’ve had has been nothing short of amazing. We are a public school family all the way.” – Candice C.

7101 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209
5900 Evers Rd. San Antonio, TX 78238
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8961 Tesoro Drive, San Antonio, TX 78217, USA
141 Lavaca St., San Antonio, Texas 78210
8012 Shin Oak Drive Live Oak, TX 78233
Harlandale ISD
102 Genevieve, San Antonio, TX 78214
Lackland ISD
2460 Kenly Ave, San Antonio, TX 78236
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“We chose a year-round public school because we know our kids will receive a quality education from educators who are invested in their community. We used our option to go outside our assigned neighborhood school because the modified year round program is a perfect fit for our curious, always learning kids. The short, frequent breaks, give them a great opportunity to reset and rest before they dive back into new ideas and concepts.” – Shanti D.

“My husband and I are both children of public school educators, so we understand the highlights and challenges of the public school system on a personal level. We chose public schools because we feel as though our kids can make the most of a public school education with the added advantage of having involved parents who value the dedication that public school educators have for their students. We also like the sense of community that comes from our kids going to school with their neighbors.” – Jenny J.

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