Great Hearts Northern Oaks held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 8, 2015 in the multipurpose room of the campus located at 17223 Jones-Maltsberger Rd., San Antonio, TX 78247.
UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. When you watch ballroom dancing, what thoughts go through your mind? Maybe something like: “That looks beautiful, but I could never do that.” Maybe it’s time to take a step closer to your dreams.… Continue Reading
F.T. is learning Singapore Math in his second grade class at Great Hearts Monte Vista. The school recently hosted a workshop for parents of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders so we could learn more about the curriculum and find ways to… Continue Reading
When I was a student at a large, public high school in San Antonio, it seemed like there was an unbridgeable cultural divide between the jocks and the nerds. Then, when I went to college, at Trinity University, I sat… Continue Reading
UPDATE: The parent-organized bus at Great Hearts Monte Vista will run in the morning AND the afternoon. Charter schools can choose whether or not to offer transportation; see “Charter School Finance” at the Texas Education Agency. KIPP San Antonio does offer bus transportation… Continue Reading
Artículo previo en inglés—earlier post in English. Mil gracias a la traductora Laura Gruber de Lactancia-Latina.com. Great Hearts Monte Vista, el primer campus de Great Hearts Texas, tuvo una sesión de puertas abiertas el 27 de marzo, 2014. Esta sesión fue… Continue Reading
UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. I’ve been playing “Mama’s songs” in the van again. This time, it’s Franz Schubert‘s Symphony No. 9 in C major, “The Great.” We are looking forward the upcoming DISCOVER concert with the San Antonio Symphony.… Continue Reading
Lea en español aqui. Great Hearts Monte Vista, the first campus of Great Hearts Texas, held an open house on March 27, 2014. The open house was an important step in the process of building a community around the new school.
On Saturday, my kids and I had a great time at the San Antonio Book Festival at the Central Library and the Southwest School of Art. For our family, the highlight of festival was during the presentation by Joe Cepeda, a children’s book illustrator, when my… Continue Reading
Several of my most popular posts have a common theme: Location, location, location. Here are some of my favorite location-themed posts: “BASIS San Antonio location: Floyd Curl Drive and Hamilton Wolfe Road in the Medical Center area”, Inga Cotton, San… Continue Reading