Guide to Enrolling in TriPoint Academy for 2024–25

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TriPoint Academy is a public micro school where students learn by connecting their learning to a variety of learning experiences through art, service learning, and connection to nature. Student learning is accomplished through real world experiences and integration of different learning contexts. Our students live in a dynamic world where science and technology is essential in all that we do, but students must also continue to learn about the natural world around them. Providing them with different learning environments and experiences deepens their understanding of their learning and understand how everything is interwoven. TriPoint Academy is accepting applications for enrollment for grades K–8 for the 2024–25 school year. We have put together a guide to help you learn more about TriPoint Academy and take steps to enroll your child.

About TriPoint Academy

The mission of TriPoint Academy is providing opportunities for students to understand how the world around them is interconnected, as well as how they have an impact on the world they live in by providing rigorous interdisciplinary academic focus integrating science, technology, and natural world exploration through critical thinking (rigorous academics), change (service learning), and connections.

To learn more about TriPoint Academy in the news, we recommend that you click on the articles linked at the bottom of this post. Also, we invite you to join the San Antonio Charter Moms discussion group on Facebook and ask questions; the group includes families who are part of the TriPoint Academy community and can comment with answers based on their own experiences.  

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TriPoint Academy in San Antonio

TriPoint Academy has one campus, and it is co-located with Compass Rose Dream at 6660 First Park Ten Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78213 (map). For the 2023–24 school year, the campus is serving students in grades 3–8. For the 2024–25 school year, they will add grades K–2, allowing them to expand to serve grades K–8. The main phone number is 210-338-0221. There is no campus report card yet because the school is so new. As a partnership school, TriPoint Academy will be included with Benavides ISD, based in Duval County, in its district report card, which earned a C in 2021–22. The nonprofit partner for TriPoint Academy is the School Innovation Collaborative, which works with Benavides Elementary through its Rural Excellence Network. Benavides Elementary earned a B on its school report card in 2021–22, the highest rating in campus history. 

Download the free San Antonio Charter Schools app for an interactive map of choice schools. You can also find campus information about TriPoint Academy (and many other schools of choice) in our Guide to Charter Schools in San Antonio.

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Enroll at TriPoint Academy

Families can apply online to enroll at TriPoint Academy. Enrollment for grades K–8 for the 2024–25 school year is open now.

Interested families may contact TriPoint Academy by email at Follow them on Facebook. They often host events to welcome community members and help prospective families to get to know the school. 

In addition, please join the San Antonio Charter Moms discussion group on Facebook to post questions and get feedback from current TriPoint Academy families.

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Facts about TriPoint Academy 

TriPoint Academy is a place where students can embrace their academic talents and areas for improvement. TriPoint is a microschool, which means students work collaboratively in clusters throughout the day to engage in learning. Students are not bound by traditional grade levels, developing a more family-oriented school culture. 

What sets TriPoint apart from public schools is our Innovations, CEEDS, and WINGS programs. Our Innovations Art block uses the arts and creative processes as a medium for students to work across multiple disciplines. It begins with the foundations of creative processes and slowly overlaps material from the students’ different content areas into it. CEEDS time pushes students further academically while engaging in authentic learning experiences to develop expert connections, skills, and language in a particular field. The WINGS program, Weaving Interests of Next Gen Scholars, is the after-school program which is broken up into three blocks: small group academic support, student-interest driven projects, and PE or sports. The student-interest projects take a student’s interest and connect it with academics into a more casual PBL activity; projects vary per student and may range from building models of working engines to learning an instrument. 

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Partnerships with Bamberger Ranch, EcoRise, and Picture Your World support the unique programming of TriPoint. Students travel to Bamberger Ranch in Johnson City multiple times throughout the school year, including two day trips, a three day/two night trip, and summer camp. EcoRise provides activities and grant opportunities to support students’ service projects. 

TriPoint also provides breakfast, lunch, and the WINGS after school program at no cost.

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If you like what you have learned so far about TriPoint Academy in San Antonio, we recommend that you apply for enrollment now. You are also welcome to join the San Antonio Charter Moms discussion group to learn more and interact with other families who are researching school options.

Charter Moms Chats

Watch Megan Correia, Founder–Director of TriPoint Academy, speak with Inga Cotton on Charter Moms Chats on January 23, 2024 at 4:00 PM Central live on Facebook and YouTube.

Megan Correia is the Founder and School Director of TriPoint Academy and the Director of Academics at School Innovation Collaborative. As a parent of three children, Megan understands that every child has unique needs. Each child deserves their needs to be met and their strengths to be celebrated. Megan has worked as a high performing teacher in Rhode Island and San Antonio. With both high achievement and student growth, she has a deep understanding of what quality curriculum and instruction look like. Alongside high quality instruction, Megan has implemented social-emotional learning and project-based learning into her educational philosophy as methods to ensure the needs of the whole child are met, while providing students with 21st century skills that help students understand their ability to make change in the world around them. Megan established herself as a teacher leader through coaching and mentoring as well as curriculum development for the district. Educational experiences in a variety of contexts have strengthened her belief that all students deserve a quality education rooted in strong curriculum and instruction. After being named Lamar Elementary (SAISD) Teacher of the Year in 2019, she received her doctoral degree at Walden University, completing her Ed.D. in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Since joining the School Innovation Collaborative, she has designed and implemented numerous academic programs including a comprehensive literacy program aligned to the science of teaching, schoolwide intervention systems, blended learning structures, an afterschool program, and an additional school year days program. She has also successfully launched the Teacher Incentive Allotment in two different districts.

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