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INSPIRING OUR STUDENTS TO BE THE CHANGE

Mission

A family working together to create a high quality education where all students graduate to become productive and successful citizens for the 21st century.

WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!

5,752

Dual Credit Hours

86

Industry Certifications

752

Graduates

$6,705,576

Scholarships

Highlights

Home to San Antonio’s first STEM Early College High School where students can earn an associate’s degree by the time they graduate.
The Harlandale Education Foundation has raised over $1.6 million to award scholarships to every graduate who continues their education.
Baseball and softball are offered at the middle school level.
Home to San Antonio’s first STEM Early College High School where students can earn an associate’s degree by the time they graduate.
The Harlandale Education Foundation has raised over $1.6 million to award scholarships to every graduate who continues their education.
Early Childhood programs serve as young as six weeks old.
Dual Language programs allow young students to earn high school and college credits before their freshman year.
Career and Technical Education courses prepare students for high-wage, high-skill, and in-demand careers with the opportunity to earn certifications in their program of study.

ENRICHING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Harlandale Independent School District formally appointed Gerardo Soto as Superintendent of Schools on December 30, 2019. He was named as the proposed lone finalist at the school board meeting on December 6 and the board of trustees approved his contract during a special called board meeting on Monday, Dec. 31, 2019. He officially began his duties as Superintendent on Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019.

Prior to his appointment as superintendent, Soto served as the District’s Executive Director for Maintenance and Operations and has worked in public education for 25 years. In that role, he oversaw departments at the core of Harlandale ISD’s mission to advance intricate district operations for its 14,000+ students. He is passionate about education and preparing all students for college, career, military, and work-life.

Soto earned his bachelor of arts in exercise and sports science from St. Mary’s University, a master of science in educational administration from Texas A&M Kingsville, and his superintendent certification from Texas A&M San Antonio.

Norma Cavazos

Norma Cavazos

President

Juan Macha

Juan Mancha

Vice President

Elaine Anaya-Ortiz

Elaine Anaya-Ortiz

Secretary

Christine Carrillo2

Christine Carrillo

Member

Ricardo Moreno

Ricardo Moreno

Member

elizabeth limon

Elizabeth F. Limon

Member