By Referral

Students transitioning to grades 6-12: School counselors can recommend additional school options, all of which are designed with supports in place to make sure that all students graduate well prepared for success in college and career.

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By Referral

Students transitioning to grades 6-12: School counselors can recommend additional school options, all of which are designed with supports in place to make sure that all students graduate well prepared for success in college and career.

Start with the schools right in your neighborhood. Neighborhood schools give students the traditional K-12 experience with well-rounded academic offerings, fine arts, and athletic programs. Find the schools that service your home address by using the School Locator Tool.

San Antonio ISD also offers a number of specialized schools and programs that are open to students across Bexar County, with first priority given to students within the district. Those schools are identified as Choice Schools or Programs and require an application to enroll.

Many schools have question-and-answer sessions planned throughout the school year for new students. Additionally, San Antonio ISD publishes an annual Enrollment Guide. This online resource provides a comprehensive overview of all our campuses, including academic and extracurricular program offerings, location and contact information, and enrollment criteria.

To enroll in a Neighborhood School

  1. Use our Address Lookup Tool or contact the Enrollment Office at (210) 554-2660 to find your child’s zoned school.
  2. Begin your registration online through Frontline or by contacting the Enrollment Office at (210) 554-2660.
  3. Upload all required documents. Documents may be uploaded directly into Frontline, texted to (210) 309-3259, or brought to your child’s school.

To apply to a Choice School or Magnet Program

  1. Visit the SAISD Choice Schools & Magnet Programs website to see all your academic options. 
  2. Click the yellow APPLY button in the top right corner to apply online with SchoolMint or download a hard copy to print, complete, and submit.
  3. For assistance or to apply by phone, contact the Enrollment Office at (210) 554-2660.

Generally, lotteries are hosted for entry grades at Choice Schools and Magnet Programs. Typically, for elementary schools, entry grades are PK and kindergarten; middle school entry grade is 6th grade; high school entry grade is 9th grade. Lotteries are blind, randomized, computerized, and conducted at the district level. Applications for non-lottery grades are placed on a waitlist, and applicants are accepted based on seat availability for that grade.

Through a combination of remote and in-person learning strategies, San Antonio ISD is using 1:1 technology and the strength of our community to make sure all students are connected to their school on a daily basis. San Antonio ISD’s safety measures and instructional continuity plan can be found on the district’s Safe School Start page.

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Brewer

Brewer Academy

6th-12th
906 Merida St., 78207
(210) 438-6825

Ways to enroll: By Referral

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Cooper

Cooper Academy at Navarro

9th-12th
623 S. Pecos St., 78207
(210) 438-6810

Ways to enroll: By Referral

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Estrada

Estrada Achievement Center

6th-12th
1112 S. Zarzamora St., 78207
(210) 438-6820

Ways to enroll: By Referral

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Healy-Murphy

Healy-Murphy Learning Center

9th-12th
618 Live Oak St., 78202
(210) 223-2944

Ways to enroll: By Referral

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Phoenix

Phoenix Middle College

11th-12th
800 Quintana Road, 78211
(210) 486-7132

Ways to enroll: Choice; By Referral

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Choice Program: Skilled in demand occupations

Application Required: Apply Now
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Texans Can

Texans Can Academy at Highlands HS

9th-12th
3118 Elgin Ave., 78210
(210) 426-6808

Ways to enroll: By Referral

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SAISD COVID-19 Precautions

Through a combination of remote and in-person learning strategies, San Antonio ISD has been using 1:1 technology and the strength of our community to make sure all students are connected to their school on a daily basis.

“To say that educating students during COVID-19 is challenging is an understatement. However, the SAISD community has always prided itself on our ability to bounce back and thrive during even the most challenging of times.”

-Superintendent Pedro Martinez