Lunch Pickup

Keeping Students Fed: Find Your District’s Meal Program

Are charter schools private schools?

ARE CHARTER SCHOOLS PRIVATE SCHOOLS?

East Central ISD Learning

East Central ISD’s Educational Focus Reflects Community Interests

East Central ISD believes in creating well-rounded students equipped with a variety of skills to carry them past graduation. The district developed a Community-Based Accountability System, which allows the community contribute to the district’s efficiencies and progress.

Superintendent Roland Toscano says, “By documenting our progress against the community’s expectations and values, our taxpayers continue to see the extraordinary value of their public education.”

East Central and the surrounding community’s priority is for all high school graduates to be college or career ready. Elementary students begin at a Leadership Academy where they are taught collaboration and teamwork. Middle school students participate in dual language programs and exciting academic programs. The high schools offer over 100 programs and clubs which contribute to the hands-on and field-based learning in many classes.

In the fall of 2020, ECISD will open CAST Lead to appeal to students interested in tourism, hospitality, retail, and e-commerce careers. The voice of the community is keeping East Central on track for student success!

#GOPUBLICSANANTONIOHASHTAGFAVES!!

GO PUBLIC GIVES SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING EXPERIENCE TO EAST CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL AND UTSA COLLEGE STUDENTS

(San Antonio, TX) – Gathered in a small auditorium style classroom at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) campus, students from East Central High School’s Service Learning Project and UTSA collaborate on strategies for the Go Public social media campaign.

Fine Art San Antonio

The Path Less Traveled – December 2018

Cole photography and journalism students traveled to attend and compete at the JEA/NSPA national journalism conference in Chicago with over 6300 students from across the United States! Junior, Raquelle Bennett competed in the Photography Portfolio division at the conference and was one of only three students in the country to receive a Superior Rating.