Guide to School Boards for Independent School Districts in the San Antonio Area: May 2019 Edition

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Families and community members can work to improve the quality of education by interacting with school boards, whether by participating in meetings or voting in elections. Here are some links to help you with your research into school boards for San Antonio area school districts.

If you know an address—say, for your home or your children’s school—but are not sure which school district it’s in, check the My Bexar Community Dashboard or do a property search at the Bexar County Appraisal District.

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Alamo Heights ISD | AHISD


boerne-isd-bisd

Boerne ISD | BISD


comal-isd-cisd

Comal ISD | CISD


east-central-isd-ecisd

East Central ISD | ECISD

  • School board home
  • Meetings usually on third Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at 6634 New Sulphur Springs Rd., San Antonio, TX 78263 (map)
  • Next election: November 2020
  • Superintendent

edgewood-isd-eisd

Edgewood ISD | EISD

Note: operating under a state-appointed board of managers


floresville-isd-fisd

Floresville ISD | FISD


fort-sam-houston-isd-fshisd

Fort Sam Houston ISD | FSHISD


harlandale-isd-hisd

Harlandale ISD | HISD

Note: under TEA investigation


judson-isd-jisd

Judson ISD | JISD


lackland-isd-lisd

Lackland ISD | LISD


medina-valley-isd-mvisd

Medina Valley ISD | MVISD


north-east-isd-neisd

North East ISD | NEISD


northside-isd-nisd

Northside ISD | NISD


randolph-field-isd

Randolph Field ISD | RFISD


san-antonio-isd-saisd

San Antonio ISD | SAISD


schertz-cibolo-universal-city-isd-scucisd

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD | SCUCISD


somerset-isd-sisd

Somerset ISD | SISD


south-san-antonio-isd-ssaisd

South San Antonio ISD | SSAISD

Note: under TEA investigation


southside-isd-sisd

Southside ISD | SISD

Note: operating under a state-appointed board of managers


southwest-isd-swisd

Southwest ISD | SWISD

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