Academic Resources

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


Dual Credit

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.


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


Math Department

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 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 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.


Section 504/Dyslexia

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