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SAISD provides a comprehensive instructional program and related services for students from pre-k through 12th grade, including a college preparatory curriculum, Magnet programs and specialized schools as options for middle and high school students, career and technology education, bilingual education, special education, and a variety extracurricular opportunities.  
SAISD ranks third in student population among the 15 school districts that are entirely or primarily within Bexar County. It is the 13th largest  school district in Texas. it encompasses 79 square miles and has a total population of 315,714 (2000 U.S. Census). Most of the District is within the city limits of San Antonio, but also serves parts of the cities of Olmos Park and Balcones Heights and a small unincorporated area of east Bexar County. 

SAISD residents live in the hub San Antonio. SAISD is a family-oriented, urban community of thriving neighborhoods, well-established businesses, historic sites, active worship centers, world-renowned museums, excellent restaurants and recreational facilities. 

Cultural Diversity - Living in a school district as diverse and historically rich as the city whose name it shares, SAISD residents enjoy easy access to a variety of activities. Those pursuing cultural outings will find major museums such as the Museo Alameda, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute boasting the nation’s largest Latino collection; the San Antonio Museum of Art, and the Witte Museum; art galleries; ballets; libraries; the Botanical Center; the Institute of Texan Cultures; Scobee Planetarium; the Southwest Craft Center and the Spanish Governor’s Palace, to name a few. Enjoy a performance by the San Antonio Symphony or catch a Broadway show, opera or concert in the splendor of one of downtown’s impeccably-restored historic theaters. Also a shopper’s paradise, the city’s vibrant downtown offers options ranging from the ultra-modern Rivercenter Mall, to the historic La Villita, festive Market Square, El Mercado, and along the Riverwalk. Or explore the eclectic offerings in Southtown, on the fringe of San Antonio’s central business district. Recreational opportunities include the Brackenridge Park and Zoo, HemisFair Park and Tower of Americas, San Pedro Springs Park and Woodlawn Lake Park. And be sure to take time to discover how it all began by following the historic Mission Trail — and don't forget the Alamo!  — all within SAISD.

That Home Town Feel - One of San Antonio's most outstanding assets is the preservation of its historic sites and neighborhoods, most of which are found within SAISD. These include the city’s registered residential historic districts of Dignowity Hill, Fulton Avenue, Government Hill, King William, Lavaca, Monte Vista, and Monticello Park. All have strong, active neighborhood associations, with styles of houses ranging from early Texas pioneer, late 1800s Colonial, Mediterranean and Spanish-style mansions to 1920s bungalows, 1930s art deco designs, and more modern homes, along with  trendy urban chic lofts giving new life and identity to former factories and warehouses.
SAISD also is home to Bexar County’s largest number of sites selected for the National Register of Historic Places, including four of the District’s properties: Alamo Stadium and Covocation Center, Jefferson High School, and Navarro High School.  Additionally, many neighborhoods and properties designated “historically significant” reside in SAISD. 

SAISD's more than 54,000 students attend:

- Eight traditional high schools, grades 9-12

- Two specialized college preparatories

- 14 middle schools, grades 6-8 including four in-district charter schools

- Five pre-kinder to grade 8 academies, including four in-district charter schools

- 53 elementaries, grades pre-kinder to 5, including four in-district charter schools

- Four non-traditional schools

- 11 secondary schools hosting Magnet programs: The District hosts high school and middle school level Magnet programs offering specialties including health professions, the International Baccalaureate Diploma, business and finance, law, media productions, multilingual studies, and science, engineering and technology. 

-All information courtesy of SAISD.net

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