San Antonio’s School Districts

Moving to a new city requires a lot of research… from searching for the right neighborhood to looking for the ideal floor plan for your family; there is a lot to do. And, as a parent, there is one more significant factor that can make or break a neighborhood – the school district. As a parent, it is important to consider your child’s education when searching for a home in a new city. Choosing the right school district for your child can be a huge factor for their future and we, as parents, recognize that locating the right school district is as important as finding your new home in the San Antonio area. This is where we come in! As San Antonio residents, we have extensive knowledge of the school districts and the zoning restrictions in the area…here is some information to help with your research:

How do you find a school for your child? Here is a resource from the Texas Education Agency to find a school for your children.

Here is some general information about each Bexar County school district.

Schools Districts in Bexar County:

School districts

How do these school districts rank compared to the others? Take a look at Niche’s rankings of the San Antonio School Districts (those located within the city of San Antonio):

1. Alamo Heights ISD

3. Lackland ISD

5. North East ISD

8. Fort Sam Houston ISD

15. Northside ISD

24. East Central ISD

40. Southwest ISD

43. South San Antonio ISD

44. Harlandale ISD

47. San Antonio ISD

50. Southside ISD

54. Edgewood ISD

 

Here is how they rank based on level: elementary, middle, and high school:

Elementary Rankings, based on the following factors: state test scores, student-teacher ratio, student diversity, teacher quality, and the overall quality of the school district.

1. Woodbridge Elementary School

2. Cambridge Elementary School

3. Cibolo Elementary School

4. Lackland Elementary School

5. Vineyard Ranch Elementary School

 

Middle School Rankings, based on the following factors: state test scores, student-teacher ratio, student diversity, teacher quality, and the overall quality of the school district.

1. Alamo Heights Junior School

2. Boerne Middle School South

3. Boerne Middle School North

4. Randolph Middle School

5. Peterson Middle School

 

High School Rankings, based on the following factors: state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, student and parent reviews, and more.

1. Health Careers High School

2. International School of the Americas

3. Alamo Heights High School

4. Boerne-Samuel V. Champion High School

5. Reagan High School

 

If you want to live outside of the city, Boerne, located just North of the San Antonio area has a fantastic school district! According to Niche.com’s rankings of San Antonio School Districts, Boerne ISD was ranked No. 2.

In addition to the grade school system, San Antonio also has some great community colleges and universities in the area.

 

If you ever have any questions about the San Antonio school system, give the Curtis Team a call. We are here for you anytime.

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