St. Anthony Catholic High School prepares young men and women for positions of responsibility and leadership through a college preparatory curriculum based on Catholic values and traditions. It is a place where students learn about themselves and about ways to serve the Church and the broader community.
Our students have 100% acceptance to colleges and universities around the country and are awarded millions of dollars in scholarships each year. Located in historic Monte Vista just north of downtown San Antonio, we offer dual credit courses with the University of the Incarnate Word. Students have the opportunity to take college classes to fulfill their high school requirements and receive college credit.
The school offers both resident and day student programs at its 3200 McCullough Avenue campus in San Antonio, Texas with enrollment of approximately 440 students in grades 9 through 12.
Students compete in varsity interscholastic sports; including football, cross-country, basketball, soccer, volleyball, softball, baseball, track, swimming, golf, lacrosse, and tennis. St. Anthony Catholic High School is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department.
UIW Prep's Faculty Coordinator, Karin Simelaro, was asked to speak about Blended Learning on the Kens 5 Great Day SA show.
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Dual Credit courses are available through our Senior Connection program to high school students.