These resources support our students’ education and development in PK-12 and beyond.
Subcategories include: Athletics, Fine Arts & After School Programs, English Learners & Dual Language, Graduation & College Readiness, Instruction, Students with Disabilities, Tutoring & Learning at Home
Accountability, Research, Evaluation and Testing
The Accountability, Research, Evaluation and Testing Department integrates survey research, program evaluation, data dissemination and accountability-related services to help guide academic instruction, data management, and administrative decision-making.
Offering 29 courses, San Antonio’s Advanced Placement Program enables students to pursue college-level studies with the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. Each AP course connects directly to a wide variety of college majors and careers.
Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG)
Providing services to individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities.
Offering a wide range of college and career readiness workshops, resources, prep-courses, etc.
College, Career, & Military Readiness
College, Career and Military Readiness works with schools and stakeholders to develop programs that prepare students for success in college, career and the military.
Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
Our vision is to inspire and empower all students to pursue their dreams, we must transform the urban education experience with unrelenting determination to provide equity and access.
San Antonio ISD students can engage in rigorous college level course work through universities and colleges who have a fully executed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU’s) with the district. Students earn college credit at no cost while working toward a high school diploma and their postsecondary education.
Educational Technology & Design
Our goal is to leverage technology for student achievement and to empower all learners to be future ready.
Good Samaritan Community Services
Offering childcare services for families, counseling support, and academic mentoring to students.
Information Technology Help Desk
The Information Technology Department oversees a wide range of programs dedicated to the implementation and support of technological systems that positively impact classroom instruction, data analysis and reporting, student testing, daily staff work functions and other processes that contribute to the District’s overall success.
International Baccalaureate (IB)
An International Baccalaureate (IB) education can open up a world of possibilities! It seeks to develop the whole child as someone who sees learning as a life-long process, a way of life. Through its programmes and focus on the Learner Profile, students develop into inquiring, nowledgeable and caring young people who think critically, are self-motivated and seek out new challenges.International Baccalaureate (IB
The SAISD Math Department aligns with the National Council of Teacher’s of Mathematics (NCTM) position statement around the purpose of K-12 Mathematics. Each and every student should: develop deep mathematical understanding; understand and critique the world through mathematics; and experience the wonder, joy, and beauty of mathematics.
SAISD Access and Enrollment Services
The Registration window is open for the 2022-2023 Academic School Year. This guide features details on each SAISD school, as well as information on our services to support students and families.
SAISD Adult and Community Education
The SAISD Adult & Community Education program serves the city of San Antonio ages 16 years on up by providing the following FREE wrap around services and classes: High School Equivalency/GED (English and Spanish), English as a Second Language (ESL), U.S. Citizenship (English and Spanish), Self-Paced Distance Learning, TSI Prep, Digital Literacy (computer basics), over 40 different in-demand certifications, micro-credentials, college and career preparation, family literacy, health literacy, financial literacy, and many more.
SAISD Athletic Schedules
See the full list of in season sporting schedules.
SAISD Choice School
Families are provided with resources to select a neighborhood or choice school that best fits the individualized needs of their child.
SAISD College Credit in High School
This website will help you explore all of the ways that students can earn college credit in high school.
SAISD Disability Services: Child Find
This link shares information regarding the referral process and who to contact if you believe your child might have a disability.
SAISD Disability Services: Parent Support Programs
Parent Programs is a support provided to families of students with IEPs that help strengthen home, school and community partnerships. Services include informational groups, resource connection and support from Parent Liaisons and Social Workers.
SAISD Early Childhood Department Counseling & Social Services
Resources available for family issues affecting student’s adjustment to school such as: Accessing services for students with special health care needs; Behavioral or social emotional concerns; Family stressors such as, but not limited to homelessness, grief/loss, domestic violence, and divorce.
SAISD Event Tickets Information
All SAISD hosted sporting events require tickets to be purchased ahead of time. Tickets are sold online through Ticket Spicket.
SAISD Extended Learning Programs
After School Challenge Program is available for SAISD students in grades K-8 from 3:20-6:20 PM. Schools with a minimum of 25 students will offer a program that includes academic support and enrichment activities. Services are provided through the YMCA and Greater San Antonio All Stars. Dinner is served to students. Parents must complete an application.
SAISD Fine Arts Calendar
The SAISD Fine Arts Calendar showcases upcoming District wide events.
SAISD Fine Arts Handbook
The SAISD Fine Arts Handbook showcases the guidelines and expectations set forth by the Fine Arts department.
SAISD Gifted & Talented Education
Parents will find Information about Gifted Identification and services in both English and Spanish.
SAISD Interpretation Services
The International Welcome Center supports families by providing interpretation services to facilitate communication with campus and district staff.
SAISD P-TECH Quick Guide
SAISD has five P-TECH campuses to serve students based on their career pathway choice.
SAISD Parent Athletic Handbook
The SAISD Parent Athletic Handbook highlights the foundation of all SAISD sporting programs establishing the expectations for athletes and their coaches.
SAISD Parent Student Handbook
This Parent-Student Handbook is designed to provide basic information that you and your child will need during the school year.
SAISD Plazas Comunitarias
Opportunities for SAISD parents and other adults to complete their primary and secondary education in conjunction with the Mexican Consulate.
SAISD Postsecondary Initiatives
Parents and students will find information as well as a link to their campus College and Career Hub website which is filled with information and resources to help students complete their college and financial aid applications and enrollment processes.
SAISD SEAD Specialist Support
Specialists are available to provide behavioral resources for students in the school and home.
SAISD Summer Strength and Conditioning Programs
SAISD is offering a variety of summer strength and conditioning programs across the District.
SAISD Tutoring Resource
Tutor.com provides students with assistance on demand and easily connects them with expert tutoring on more than 200 subjects covering grades K-12. Tutors are available 24/7 for most subjects, so students can study on their own schedule.
SAISD UIL Athletic Physical Form
The UIL athletic physical form most be completed and submitted by all students participating in a sporting program.
San Antonio Library (Little Read Wagon)
Program provides early childhood literacy workshops which include utilizing hands-on activities, discussion on early literacy topics.
The Science Department oversees science instruction district-wide and works in collaboration with campuses to develop students who understand scientific inquiry and are able to engage in a variety of scientific practices to explain phenomena or solve problems.
The 504/Dyslexia Department oversees compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) which is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities. The department oversees identification of Section 504 eligible students as well as implementation of 504 Service Pla
Social Studies Department
The Social Studies Department supports social studies instruction districtwide and provides professional learning, resources and supports to teachers.
World Languages Department
The World Languages Program prepares students for an increasingly open and globally interconnected world. We seek to strengthen the World Languages Program for all, beginning with exploratory levels in elementary, and continuing through middle and high school advanced courses for college credit as well as career readiness.