Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio

Providing students with the academic and spiritual benefits of a faith-based education



As communities of faith, Catholic Schools are called to be witnesses to the teachings of Jesus Christ and bring that love and inspiration to our students and their families.

Families who send their children to Catholic Schools value an education rooted in Catholic teachings and tradition and are confident our schools provide their children with spiritual, moral, intellectual and social formation.

Each one of our 37 schools, at a minimum, aligns their curriculum to the Texas Essential Knowledge & Skills (TEKS) and incorporates Religion across subject areas. And the offerings only grow from there! From S.T.R.E.A.M. to Spanish Immersion, Montessori to Fine Arts, each school has their own special offerings and school communities.

We encourage families to begin their search by narrowing down to a selection of 1-3 schools and then tour to find the best fit for your child and family.


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The Catholic School Advantage

Catholic schools foster a culture of faith, unity, and spiritual growth

Studies have found that Catholic school students are more likely to pray daily, attend church more often, and retain a Catholic identity as an adult. In turn, Catholic school graduates are more civically engaged, more likely to vote, more tolerant of diverse views, more committed to service as adults.

Catholic Schools at a Glance


Of Catholic school students graduate from high school on time


Of Catholic school graduates attend college


In scholarships and grants were awarded to Catholic school students in the class of 2019

“Catholic schools have served the communities of the Archdiocese of San Antonio faithfully and steadfastly for more than a century-and-a-half. They have introduced children to a world of learning that is both academic and very spiritual. Our Catholic schools must continue to educate children so they can shape and change our culture.”

– Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller