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Charter schools are free due to public, taxpayer dollars that are taken from traditional public schools when a child enrolls in the charter school. Unlike a traditional public school, charter schools are also funded by private companies, individuals, and interests. They are managed by a private entity vs a community elected board where the public has input. And their boards are appointed vs elected. This means that charter board members can have a financial interest in the success of the schools.
Southwest ISD’s Practical Education for Careers in The San Antonio Community High school students in Southwest ISD are now graduating with certifications in various professions
North East ISD Provides Opportunity for Refugee Students North East ISD helps refugee students adjust to U.S schools with Newcomer Program. Stepan Dobrianskyi is one
La Vernia ISD Students Prepare to be Future Teachers La Vernia High School CTE students get hands-on experience in the classroom Public school not only
Bus Wraps Student Art Contests 2022 High School and Elementary Art – Bus Wraps This is the third year for the Go Public High School
Students Reading More Through District-Wide Competitions Public school districts in San Antonio provide students with friendly book-centered competitions that encourage reading! Battle of The Bluebonnets!
SAISD’s Out-of-This-World Opportunity for Summer Camp Students San Antonio ISD’s Harris Middle School gave its students an amazing experience in the STEM field during their
East Central Gymnast Wins at State Championships Congratulations to East Central High School freshman Lilliana Gonzalez! Lilliana competed in the USA Gymnastics State Championships and