As a graduate of the school myself-I went to tour the school with a mind for enrolling my children. I was disappointed to see that all the investment made since my time had been in sports. The school seems to only care about the student athletes and not the others. There was little talk about academics
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Posted by a other on 11/13/14
My son attended ACP for two years. We finally removed him after a series of bad or no teachers. His algebra 2 teacher could only do the problems that were listed as examples in the book. In two years he never had a real English teacher. They were either on leave or fired resulting in a constant substitutes.
... Read more Honors classes are based on which parent is the loudest there isn't enough room in them for everyone who deserves to be there. He is getting a much better education and more challenging classes at our local public school. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/09/13
There is a good reason that ACP is known as "A Place Called Home". The students, faculty, administration, and families all work together for an outstanding high school experience. The curriculum is rigorous (classes are all at the College Prep level or above), the spiritual element is pervasive and
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Posted by a parent on 01/23/11
My 4th child will be attending Antonian this year! The faculty and staff are awesome and they are always cheerful and ready to assist in anyway possible! My children have thrived at Antonian and sending them there was the best decision we made for our family!
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Posted by a parent on 08/11/10
Antonian is a very good school and the staff is there to support the students' learning. Like any school, there are soft spots and strong spots in the faculty and curriculum. The really strong part of Antonian is the environment. Students treat each other with respect and kindness. The math department
... Read more is very strong, as is the Social Studies Department. Science at the higher levels needs some beefing up and rigor put in the program. The band is a bright spot and is an excellent extracurricular. Sports are led very well by the Athletic Directors. Devlynn Lovell is the best track and cross country coach I have ever seen! The comments in previous reviews about the Principal are not correct as he is in a leadership position and sometimes has to make hard decisions that some parents don't like. He is a good leader, and has put Antonian in first place! Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/30/10
ACP is a good school. It has many fine teachers, but it's share of bad ones too. The principal has a reputation of someone you like or hate...don't get on his bad side! He doesn't understand the need for athletics, but luckily the parents carry this load. My kids seem to enjoy the school though too often
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Posted by a parent on 12/02/08
I have never been happier-attending this school was the best decision I ever made. Teachers are excellent as well as the academics. There are lots of sports to choose from and all have fantastic winning records. Stop by for a visit and see for yourself-this place is the place to be!
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This school is the Premier Catholic High School in San Antonio. It serves as the Flagship school for the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Antonian has a 70% admission rate and serves over twenty (20)feeder Catholic schools. It is a twice winner of the National Blue Ribbon School of Excelelnce Awards, was
... Read more recently named one of the top fifty (50) Catholic High Schools in the United States, was a semifinalist in the Twenty First Century Schools of Distinction Program and was twice names by the San Antonio Express News as having the top private school athletic program in San Antonio. Read less
Posted by a parent on 01/30/05
Excellent learning atmosphere. Blue ribbon school twice in the last five years. Wonderful environmnet for developing the total student and preparing them for college.
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San Antonio schools — Antonian College Prep is located at 6425 West Ave, San Antonio TX 78213. 6425 West Ave is in the 78213 ZIP code in San Antonio, TX The school district for Antonian College Prep is the Archdiocese Of San Antonio. Antonian College Prep is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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