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San Antonio Charter Schools

Charter schools are public schools, free and open to all. 
They're a great option for parents looking to find the best fit for the way their children learn.
They're a great option for parents  looking to find the best fit for the way their children learn.
Charter schools are public schools, free and open to all. 
They're a great option for parents  looking to find the best fit for the way their children learn.

Learn more about public charter schools in San Antonio

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Charter Schools Help Students Succeed

Students in San Antonio make an additional month’s worth of math and reading progress every year when they attend public charter schools.1

San Antonio public charter schools increase college attendance for students from all backgrounds.3

At San Antonio public charter schools, students were twice as likely to take advanced dual credit courses in English Language Arts.2

When they attend Texas public charter schools, English learners achieve fluency faster and earn higher salaries during their early careers.4

Students in San Antonio make an additional month’s worth of math and reading progress every year when they attend public charter schools.1

San Antonio public charter schools increase college attendance for students from all backgrounds.3

At San Antonio public charter schools, students were twice as likely to take advanced dual credit courses in English Language Arts.2

When they attend Texas public charter schools, English learners achieve fluency faster and earn higher salaries during their early careers.4

What does it mean to find the right fit?

Every child is different. Public charter schools in San Antonio give families more options to meet their needs, such as campuses that: 
Focus on rigorous preparation for college and career
Specialize in the arts, STEM, classical education, or languages  
Provide a smaller setting for learning 
Adapt to the needs of non-traditional students

Data Sources

1 Study by the Center for Research on Education Outcomes at Stanford University available here

2 Texas Academic Performance Reports for 2021-22, published by the Texas Education Agency (Standard Accountability schools)

3 Texas Academic Performance Reports for 2021-22, published by the Texas Education Agency (Standard Accountability schools)

4 Study by Deven Carlson and David Griffith, Thomas B. Fordham Institute, available here

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