A TRADITION OF QUALITY EDUCATION
Our core business is growth, vision, and mission. We aim to cultivate literate problem-solvers who are prepared to thrive in an inter-connect world with a dynamic economy. We envision an exceptional school system that teaches all children to read critically, write compellingly, think logically, and solve problems creatively. We prepare students for life, equipping them with the ability to earn credentials they find appealing and have value in today’s economy. Together, we will customize learning experiences so that every student is continuously challenged to advance their knowledge and ability in every classroom in every school, every day.
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!
100% Graduation Rate
Two Consecutive “A” Ratings by the TEA
Named to the AP Honor Roll
Best Board in San Antonio Region
Spotlight on Athletic Directors, Student-Athletes, and Recruiting for College Signing Day Athletics programs
Athletic Director Series Featuring East Central ISD An interview with East Central ISD
School districts managing the challenges of a pandemic and highlights, data, statistics, and history of public education in the San Antonio area. By Bobby Blount and Bexar County School Boards Coalition.
ENRICHING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
MR. ROLAND TOSCANO
Mr. Roland Toscano, is an East Central graduate, who has served the last twenty years of his career in East Central ISD as a bus driver, science teacher, coach, assistant principal, Heritage
Middle School Principal, East Central High School Principal and now as Superintendent of Schools. He graduated from UTSA with his Bachelor’s degree in 1997, and earned his Master’s degree in 2005, from Texas A&M, Kingsville, in Educational Administration.
Mr. Toscano has an established record of mentoring and developing successful school leaders. He serves on the TASA Executive Committee, the Go Public Steering Committee, and is involved in numerous educational leadership organizations across Texas.
Roland and his wife Bonnie (also an East Central Graduate), have three children; Dustin, a 2013 EC graduate, has a career in education; Francine, a 2015 EC graduate, currently a registered nurse; and Tyson, who is an 8th grade student at Heritage Middle School.