Alamo Heights Independent School District is a top rated, public school district located in SAN ANTONIO, TX. It has 4,857 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 84% of students are at least proficient in math and 83% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Alamo Heights Independent School District
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- A+281 Students
- A+197 Students
- B142 Students
- A-140 Students
- B+121 Students
- A100 Students
- A+99 Students
- B87 Students
- B-82 Students
- A74 Students
Alamo Heights Independent School District Reviews
Overall pleasant experience in the district, however, there were instances of substance abuse and bullying at the high school which did affect my experience as a whole. If pointed out to staff, the issues were addressed, but most students were reluctant to be a "tattle-tale". I went to this district 1st through 12th grade and I very much enjoyed Cambridge, as for Middle School, the teachers I had were harsher and less understanding, but I just chalk that up tot heir personalities. Overall, the high school was nice (other than the aforementioned flaws) and I would most likely send my children to this district in the future.
Alamo Heights High School allows their students to be involved in a number of different activities at the same time. Whether it be athletics, fine arts or other school clubs all the faculty is very aware of the activities going on and are able to accommodate students who have a lot going on in their very busy schedules. The faculty itself is beyond what I've seen in many other high schools in the area, the majority of the teachers love what they are teaching and you can tell in their curriculum. The academic faculty is outstanding and the faculty that are coaches and/or teachers for the fine arts are all very invested in their jobs and you can see that through the way their students perform on the field and through their instruments. Overall a fantastic high school and so glad that I was able to attend for all four years of my high school career.
When I first came to Heights I came from California and joined kindergardenat Howard, I made friends real quick with the same race background as me and we all got along, all the way till now I’ve always been able to make friend all over, and not only from my grade, but from grades below and above mine through all the different activities and program the school offers. Also having the feeling that you’re going to a top %1 school I. The nation really brings up your confidence.