2017 Most Diverse Private High Schools in San Antonio Metro

Explore the most diverse private high schools in your area based on statistics, student and parent reviews, and expert insights. Ranking based on ethnic and gender diversity statistics and student and parent reviews of ethnic, economic, and cultural diversity.
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    Keystone School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 36 reviews
    Senior:Keystone School is a private institution whose mission is materialized by the achievements of its students. Time and time again I have heard, and first hand experienced, the warmth, the acceptance, and the unity of Keystone's close-knit community. The enthusiasm to discover and experiment by the students and faculty, is something words can't describe because of how profound it is. As a graduating senior, I have learned what it means to be a student. But most importantly, I have learned what it means to be a good citizen who is ready to change the world.
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    TMI - The Episcopal School of Texas

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 31 reviews
    Alum:TMI in my opinion, as I have just graduated from there in 2016, had many ups and downs. I definitely think of it as a challenging school that prepares one very well for college, but I feel the faculty and the way the school functions needs to be worked on. But overall if you want your child to be prepared for college, this school definitely helps because they will keep your child busy.
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    New Life Christian Academy

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 17 reviews
    High School Junior:The teachers at New Life Christian Academy are extremely helpful and are concerned about the students progress in academics unlike most who see it as just a job. They are always encouraged to help answer any possible questions the students have, even questions about their personal lives. This might be though because my school is very small (consisting of around 25 high school students) and the curriculum is Christian based. Unlike most Christian schools, the bible teacher goes really in depth in his teachings of the bible and it's relations to real life. I know more about the bible than even most Christian pastors do due to his excellent teachings. My school does have it's ups and downs but all in all I'm happy I go there in stead of an average public school.
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    Trinity Christian Academy

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 32 reviews
    Niche User:Given the choice to do school all over again (which I wouldn't necessarily be inclined to do) I would still choose Trinity. Going to TCA was a huge part in my ability to participate & excel in a variety of extracurricular activities and areas of academic study. I'm so grateful for the opportunities afforded to me through TCA such as Dual Credit classes, student leadership programs, and academic clubs.
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    Cornerstone Christian Schools

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 89 reviews
    Senior:Cornerstone Christian Schools is truly the best Christian school in the United States. I attended both the brick and mortar school and the online school. In both, the teachers and administration are interactive, personal, and family-like. The school teaches a level of responsibility that I have not learned anywhere else. I attended public school most of my life and I can say that CCS has taught me more, educationally, spitirually, and moraly, than I learned at my (awesome) public schools. Cornerstone Online is no different. What you learn stays with you, and the teachers make sure that you're learning all you can. In addition, it's so easy to follow. There is no excuse not to know what is expected of you.

    Top school. I recommend it to anyone. I love the past two years I have had with this online school and the one year I was able to attend the brick and mortar school.
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    The Christian School at Castle Hills

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 58 reviews
    Parent:This school has been a blessing to my girls. I began enrollment for my girls (PreSchool & 2nd Grade) for 2016-2017. I have seen much improvement in academic, social, emotional and developmental skills in both my children. The joy that I see in them as they leave and arrive to school gives me peace and gratification for I know they are in wonderful, caring, and loving hands with an amazing staff, teachers, and students. My daughter had been struggling with bullying and anxiety prior to this amazing school. Her classmates and teachers here have made her feel so happy and comfortable that I have witnessed how much self confidence she has developed since her arrival at this school. We are grateful to have chosen among other schools The Christian School at Castle Hills, one of the best decisions we made for our family!
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    St. Anthony Catholic High School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 79 reviews
    Senior:My time at St. Anthony has been great. When I first got their I was shy and didn't know many people. However, as time passed, I became comfortable there and more open. This is because the school is a true community. Everyone cares for one another, no matter how different you are. This fact is what makes St. Anthony so great. If I could change something about the school, it would involve this theme of community. I would want more opportunities or activities that strengthen our community.
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    Saint Mary's Hall

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 27 reviews
    Junior:While the school is very academically challenging, you never feel alone in your academic strife. You are always helped by your teachers and peers, as the environment is not competitive as all. Instead, the student s feel like one unit striving for success as a whole, instead of individually.
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    Incarnate Word High School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 130 reviews
    Alum:Being an all girl's school, you can expect for there to be cattiness and drama. To all you incoming freshman who are contemplating taking algebra pre-AP, don't do it. You get stuck with the meanest teacher, and have a better chance of not getting her by taking regular math. There are definitely some genuine people that really try to make a difference in their student's lives, and I'm lucky to have been taught by them. The modular system is fantastic, and definitely pays off in college. The food is overall pretty good, and it's great wearing uniforms because nobody is worrying about anybody else because we're all wearing the same thing. There are certain mothers that graduated in what seems like 1960, and are still looming around the halls being busy bodies. Overall, I enjoyed my high school years and got a fantastic education.
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    Atonement Academy

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 50 reviews
    Alum:There are some excellent teachers here, but the turnover for most is too high to establish a proper sense of stability for most students. The choral music is excellent, but other areas could be further developed.
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    Senior:Antonian College Preparatory High School has prepared me for the future in many ways. Because if its smaller nature I can personally get to know all the administration and students in my grade and in others. While the academics are challenging and homework is time consuming it has disciplined me and prepared me for the workload in college. Throughout my four years here I have learned to balance my time between academics, athletics, and my many extracurricular activities. While it is required to complete a certain number of service hours/volunteer work every year the school provides us with numerous opportunities and the encouragement to give back our community.
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    Providence Catholic School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 98 reviews
    Senior:What I very much enjoyed about this school was the strong sisterhood and academics. Although some of the work I received depending on the class was just unnecessary busy work. However, the administration sucks. The admin. never allows students to express themselves, and was extremely strict about the smallest, most insignificant things you could possibly imagine. I do love this school, but the administration made me want to leave sometimes. This school will help you find out who you are as a person, and you will 100% make life-long friends. (but seriously, watch out for that administration)
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    St. Gerard Catholic School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 33 reviews
    Parent:The principal has made a big impact in the school overall. She is strong, firm and very personable when able to. Its unique because its a small school and very strong. Always praying for student increase by year and I believe it can happen.
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    San Antonio Christian School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 55 reviews
    Senior:As a senior, my days at San Antonio Christian School will soon be coming to an end. I am thankful that I can truly say that I will miss this place that has become my second home. I am also proud to say that I feel completely prepared for all that is ahead of me in my college career because of the preparation I have received from San Antonio Christian School. I love the location of SACS, the facility, and the teachers. It is extremely evident that the teachers care about us and it is more than just a job to them — they are eager to invest in our lives as students.
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    Central Catholic High School

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 65 reviews
    Alum:My experience at Central Catholic was an extremely memorable one. Due to its size, I was able to get close with my entire graduating class. We were all involved in each others lives in big and small ways, and that is something I cherish especially now. My only dissatisfaction with the school comes with the buildings. Granted, they built a new one before I granted, but we were told we were receiving a basketball gym, but it never fell through. Overall, I loved this place and I plan for my future sons to attend Central Catholic.
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    Christian Academy of San Antonio

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 51 reviews
    High School Sophomore:This school has challenged me to try my best no matter if it is a test or homework. This school is religious not just in words but in actions. I would choose this school again because it has taught me a lot. The environment is Godly and safe for everyone. The teachers care about your grades and your future academically and spiritually. The teachers come from different backgrounds and are all unique and great people. I truly love this school and from what I heard about other private Christian schools we have a good reputation for keeping our identity in Christ. This school has taught me to love learning and sometimes I can't wait to learn something new. I'm very thankful for this school!
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    Holy Cross of San Antonio

    • San Antonio, TX
    • 61 reviews
    Senior:Holy Cross has been one of my best experiences to date. I have made lifetime friends, have received an education beyond my expectations. The faculty, staff teachers are always available when you need them for assistance. Whether personal issues or academics. I am excited as i enter the new phase of my educational career at Baylor University.....
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