The Academy of Stone Oak: Community Meeting on the Charter Application

The Academy of Stone Oak: Community Meeting on the Charter Application | San Antonio Charter Moms

The Academy of Stone Oak is a proposed public charter school that, once approved, will open on the far north side of San Antonio in August 2019. The charter school promises to continue the rigorous, well-rounded education offered by the elementary… Continue Reading

An Introduction to Promesa Academy at the First Information Meeting

An Introduction to Promesa Academy at the First Information Meeting | San Antonio Charter Moms

Promesa Academy is a proposed public charter school that, once approved, will open in August 2019 on the near west side of San Antonio. The school promises to offer high-quality, college-preparatory education in an underserved area. I recently attended their… Continue Reading

Highlights from the Public Forum for Single Seed Enrichment School

Single Seed Enrichment School information meeting | San Antonio Charter Moms

Single Seed Enrichment School is proposed public charter school that, once approved, will open in August 2019 in the Converse area, northeast of San Antonio. The school’s mission is “To create principled and knowledgeable world leaders through inquiry and innovative… Continue Reading

Accountability Reports for Bexar County Area ISDs, 2017 Edition

Accountability Reports for Bexar County Area ISDs, 2017 Edition | San Antonio Charter Moms

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) publishes annual accountability reports for public school districts and campuses. For easy reference, here are the 2017 Accountability Reports for Bexar County-area independent school districts (ISDs). These reports are based on standardized testing data from the 2016-17 school… Continue Reading

Jubilee-Lake View University Prep Is the Newest Campus in the Jubilee Academies Network

Jubilee--Lake View University Prep Is the Newest Campus in the Jubilee Academies Family | San Antonio Charter Moms

Jubilee–Lake View University Prep is the newest campus in the Jubilee Academies network of public charter schools. I recently toured the campus to learn about the school’s facilities, curriculum, and school culture—what they call “The Jubilee Way.” By sharing my observations,… Continue Reading

Pre-K 4 SA South Education Center Is a Model of High Quality Early Childhood Education

Pre-K 4 SA South Education Center Is a Model of High Quality Early Childhood Education | San Antonio Charter Moms

Pre-K 4 SA‘s South Education Center is a model of high quality early childhood education, but its impact goes far beyond the 500 students served at the center. I recently toured the campus to meet the leaders and learn more… Continue Reading

Guide to School Boards for Independent School Districts in the San Antonio Area: 2017-2018 Edition

Guide to School Boards for Independent School Districts in the San Antonio Area: 2017-2018 Edition | San Antonio Charter Moms

  Families and community members can work to improve the quality of education by interacting with school boards, whether by participating in meeting or voting in elections. Here are some links to help you with your research into school boards in… Continue Reading

Groundbreaking Ceremony at Great Hearts Western Hills

Great Hearts Western Hills groundbreaking ceremony | San Antonio Charter Moms

On September 6, 2017, Great Hearts leaders and supporters gathered in a field in northwest San Antonio to turn shovels of dirt where a new public charter school campus, Great Hearts Western Hills, will open in fall 2018. Great Hearts Western… Continue Reading

Marisa B. Perez sworn in for her second term on the Texas State Board of Education

On January 23, 2015, on the campus of IDEA Monterrey Park, County Judge Nelson Wolff administered the oath of office to Marisa B. Perez as she began her second term representing District 3 on the State Board of Education.

Write letters to bring BASIS Primary to San Antonio in 2015

I need your help. San Antonio needs a BASIS Primary school, and we can get one in 2015-16, but only if enough parents and charter school supporters write letters, right now. As you may already know, there are currently two… Continue Reading