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At SST, teaching matters!

Our teachers make a lasting impact on the lives of students daily. In a dynamic educational culture they are equipped with necessary resources and supports to make our most valuable asset, the student, succeed!

It is the policy of SST Schools not to discriminate on the basis of any legally-protected classification, including race, color, religion, national origin, gender, or disability, age, or genetic information in its educational programs and employment practices.

* Collaborative, caring, and safe work environment with support and mentoring
* Many opportunities for advancement, career growth and development
* Schools of CHOICE with strong parental involvement
* High performing schools
* State of the art technology
* Comprehensive health package and benefits
* TRS participant

* To see the Salary Schedules for Teachers 2018-2019, please click.



Starting June 13th, when STAAR performance information becomes available, parents can immediately access their child’s results and a suite of other resources to support summer learning at home by visiting TexasAssessment.com

TexasAssessment.com provides even more customized resources than last year, including detailed summer reading lists and math tips tailored to each child’s individual performance on STAAR. Parents can also see the questions their child answered correctly and incorrectly and find more tips on how to help their child improve.

We think this valuable resource is one all parents should have the opportunity to access.


Attention All Students & Parents,

Grade Promotion Requirements:

A student may be promoted only on the basis of academic achievement or demonstrated proficiency of the subject matter of the course or grade level as stated under TEC §28.021(a).SST Public Schools shall consider the following in determining promotion as outlined under TEC §28.021(c).
a) Yearly Average:
Students in grades 1-8 must achieve an overall cumulative average of 70 or above for all subject areas. For core subjects including Reading/English Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science students in grades 1-8 must maintain an end of the year average of 70 or higher for promotion.
b) NWEA MAP: Students in grades 1-8 must score in both Reading AND Mathematics NWEA MAP testing at or above the 10th percentile at least once throughout the current school year. Campus may apply for a waiver for NWEA MAP promotion standard (as low as 7th percentile) within their district. If a student passes STAAR assessments in Reading and Mathematics then that student will be exempt from NWEA MAP promotion requirement.
c) Satisfactory Performance on STAAR Assessments:
In accordance with the TEC §28.0211(a) students in grades 5 & 8 must perform satisfactorily on the Mathematics and Reading STAAR assessments, grade advancement tests. School reserves the right to retain a student failing STAAR Assessments for grades 3rd through 8th.
d) High School Promotion:
In grades 9-12, grade-level advancement shall be earned by course credits. To be promoted from one grade level to the next, a student in grades 9-12 must have met the following criteria: § must have acquired at least six state credits to be promoted to 10th Grade § must have acquired at least twelve credits to be promoted to 11th Grade § must have acquired at least eighteen credits to be promoted to 12th Grade.

Attendance for Credit

To receive credit in a class, a student must attend at least 90% of the days the class is offered. These include both excused and unexcused absences. A student who attends for at least 75 percent, but fewer than 90% of the days the class may be referred to a campus Attendance Review Committee to determine whether there are extenuating circumstances for the absences and how the student can regain credit.

There will be grade promotion tests for the students who failed Math, English, Science, Social Studies classes, and/or STAAR/EOC tests. The students who have attendance rate below 90% might need to take grade promotion tests as well.

Summer Test Schedule:
- Monday, June 25th: Grade 6th & 8th English, English II, Grade 7 Writing, STAAR English I, All Other ELA Courses
- Tuesday, June 26th: Grade 6th, 7th & 8th Math, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, STAAR 8th Math Retest, All Other Math Courses
- Wednesday, June 27th: Grade 8th Reading, Grade 6th, 7th & 8th Science, Biology, Chemistry, STAAR Biology, All Other Science courses
- Thursday, June 28th: Social Studies, Grade 7th Reading, STAAR US History, and all other courses
- Friday, June 29th: Make Up Grade Promotion Tests
The tests will be between 8 am and 11 am.

STAAR EOC results will come by June 1st and STAAR 6-8 grades results will come by June 13th.

Monday, June 25th: English I
Tuesday, June 26th: Grade 8 Math, Algebra I
Wednesday, June 27th: English II, Grade 8 Reading, Biology
Thursday, June 28th: US. History

Students are to pick up a study packet from the front office and show up to test on the dates listed above. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact the school asap at 210-804-0222 between 9am and 2pm during summer.

Summer Cyber Security Camp

Attention SST Students and Parents,
The 2018 Summer Camp is scheduled for the week of July 16th through the 20th starting at 9 am until 3 pm. Participants shall receive a Raspberry Pi microprocessor, Mini SD card, tee-shirt and certificate for attending the Summer Camp. This year a $150 per student fee will help compensate school costs. Only twenty-five seats available. (Reservation payment is due by Friday, June 8.)

Camp Sponsored by School of Science and Technology, AT&T, Air Force Association

Camp Schedule:
Day One: Introduction to Cyber Security,Who need cyber security? Cyber ethics: Learn about hacking types, programs and tools. Passwords and NORSE live attacks
Day Two: Outfitting the Raspberry Pi for use in cyberwarfare. Distributing Raspberry Pi and formatting SD card with Kali Linux
Day Three: Meeting Cyber Patriots from Southwest High School and Alamo Community College (speakers).
Day Four: Guest speakers
Day Five: National Security Agency speaker and others to discuss employment in the cyber security field.

Please click here for Flyer

For more info and survey please click here.

SST Summer Assignments and CBE Study Guides

SST Summer Assignments and CBE Study Guides

AP Summer Assignments 2018

Attention SST Students and Parents,
Please see the link below to access the Summer Assignments for students that will be taking an AP class next school year. Assignments will be due at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year when students return to classes. Completing AP Summer Assignments are mandatory!
AP Summer Assignments Folder


Local nonprofit research and advocacy organization Children at Risk announced its “Top Schools in Greater San Antonio Area” rankings. Children at RISK released the annual School Rankings across the state of Texas. Our high school earned A- grade, the best charter school (two years in a row), and 6th place in San Antonio Region. Our middle school earned 15th place in San Antonio Region and earned B+ grade.

Schools are measured:
Student Achievement Index – Performance on STAAR tests
Achievement + Poverty Growth Index - How a school compares in test scores to schools with similar levels of poverty
Student Growth - How students improve on their STAAR tests in a school year
College Readiness Index – How many high school students are graduating on time and participating in other college readiness activities: Graduation rates, SAT/ACT participation rate and average scores, and AP/IB participation rate and scores.

Children At Risk SST Main High School Rankings

Children At Risk SST Main Middle School Rankings

Children at Risk School Rankings

My SA Article

KSAT Article

Congratulations to all students, parents, and staff!


Dear members of the SST Family,
Great news! SST is expanding and opening a new school in the Alamo Ranch area. This school will be the first ever San Antonio SST campus built from the ground up. The building will be two stories with a near 3,000 sq.ft. and $2000,000.00 makers space, as well as a full sized gym and sport field for sports. The principal will be Mr. Abel F. De Leon who's last two schools are both rated a perfect 7 of 7 stars by the TEA. If you or someone you know lives in the Alamo Ranch and surrounding area, do not let this opportunity for a "better education, better future" pass your young scholars by! For more information call (210) 763-1713 or email info.northwest@ssttx.org.
SST Northwest Website to apply online today and secure your position in the enrollment lottery!

SST Student Internship


Dear Candidate,
The SST Internship Program is designed to provide students with a meaningful learning experience applicable to the student’s field of study. The program enables students to extend their learning beyond the school. It offers an opportunity to apply their high school knowledge and skills to an independent career exploration in an area of personal interest.

Student Internship Manual

2018-19 CALENDAR

Dear Parents and Students,

The first day of school is on Monday, August 20th.

Please see other dates on the calendar

2018 - 2019 Enrollment for New Students

Dear Prospective Parents,

SST is a high-performing, college prep, open enrollment state public charter school approved, and accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Known for its successful integration of science and math programs into a well-rounded curriculum and diverse student body, SST is a school of choice for any (6 - 12) student residing in the San Antonio Metropolitan area. SST prepares each student for higher education through delivering a student-centered rigorous educational program with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM Education) in a small, safe, caring, and collaborative learning environment.

The enrollment for 2018-2019 started on November 1st, 2017.
To apply, you can fill out the online application using the link located on the school's website. Applications are also available at the school's front office. Paper Application here-English
Paper Application here-Spanish

Any application received prior to November 1st will be in the waiting list for this school year, not for the 2018-2019 school year. Please note that any application received is only considered for one school year. If your child is not selected for enrollment, a new application must be submitted for each year.

You can apply online to our school 6 thru 12 grades: here

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If you want to know more about our school and educational programs, you may attend open houses or schedule a school tour any day.

Open House Dates:
* December 14, Thursday, at 6 pm
* January 23, Tuesday, at 6 pm
* February 10, Saturday, at 10 am

At SST-Main Campus, at 5 pm, on Friday, March 2nd.

SST 3D Prosthetic Hand Project

KSAT - Teen makes 3D printed hand for kindergartener

FOX San Antonio - 6 year old san antonio boy receives new 3D hand

KENS5 - Five year old enjoying new prosthetic hand thanks to 3D technology

Telemundo San Antonio - Brian Haddock alumno de preparatoria school of science and technology crea mano ortopedica para nino san antonio

Univision - Estudiante de san antonio crea protesis para un nino de 6 anos

Spectrum Local News - Six year old receives 3d printed hands


A group (Niche) that analyzes educational institutions has ranked the top schools in USA which regularly grades K-12 schools. Explore the best schools in your area based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education in 2018. Ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, student, and parent reviews, and more.

According to Niche, we earned:
- The Best Charter High school in San Antonio for the last 3 years in a row
- The Best Standout High School in San Antonio
- 8th Best College Prep Public High School in San Antonio
- 16th Best High School Teachers in San Antonio
- 17th Best Public High School in San Antonio
- 12th Best Charter High School in Texas
- 162nd Best Public High School in Texas
- 157th Best Charter High School in USA

Please read 2018 Niche Rankings about SST: here

Please read all SST Rankings here

SST is The Best Charter High School in San Antonio Area

Congratulations to all staff, students, and parents! Keep up the good work Stallions!! read more . . .

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 June 25, Monday
Grade Promotion Tests (no classes)
 June 26, Tuesday
Grade Promotion Tests (no classes)
 June 27, Wednesday
Grade Promotion Tests (no classes)
 June 28, Thursday
Grade Promotion Tests (no classes)
 June 29, Friday
Grade Promotion Tests (no classes)
 July 16, Monday
Cyber Security Camp (no classes)
 July 17, Tuesday
Cyber Security Camp (no classes)
 July 18, Wednesday
Cyber Security Camp (no classes)


It is the policy of SST not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or disability in its programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact Section 504/ADA Coordinator at 210 530 8366 located at 4241 Woodcock Dr. #206, San Antonio, TX 78228.

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