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Summer at Heights

Registration is now open for another exciting year of enrichment and fun with Alamo Heights Independent School District’s Summer at Heights! The program is designed for students entering Kindergarten in the fall through 8th grade. To Register Visit: ampCode=sah

Alamo Heights Summer Sports Camps

Blue and Gold Football Camp June 3-6th, Grades 4-8, 9am to Noon July 30th-August 2nd, Incoming 9th graders, 9am to Noon Cost $100

Future Heights Girls Basketball Camp June 3-6th, Incoming 1st-6th grade girls, 9am - Noon June 3-6th, Incoming 7th-9th grade girls, 1 - 4pm Cost $100

Blue and Gold Baseball Camp July 8 – 11th, Incoming K - 5th grade, 9 - 11:30am Incoming 6th grade - 9th grade, Noon - 2:30pm Cost $100

On Stage

Alamo Heights High School’s Theatre Arts Department presents their final production of the year, Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years by Matt Cox. This play takes places at a certain magical school and chronicles the adventures and eventful learning of the less than popular students at this school. Performances are May 4th, at 7 pm, and May 5th, at 1 pm. Tickets are $10 for General Admission and $8 for students. To learn more go to their website at: As part of their ongoing service-minded efforts, AHHS Theatre Arts is currently collecting used mascara wands for Appalachian Wildlife Refuge. Please bring any used mascara wands in a baggie to the Blackbox Theatre between now and the performance of “Puffs” on May 5th. Wands will be cleaned and donated for use in cleaning the fur and feathers of animals impacted by disaster.

Alamo Heights Business Incubator Pitch Night

Alamo Heights High School’s Heights Business Incubator program is ready for it’s Iinaugural pitch night. Set for May 3rd, at 6 pm in the Alamo Heights High School Auditorium, the top 5 teams will compete for seed money to start their business! Teams will vie for a chance to earn a 1st place prize of $10,000, a 2nd place prize of $8,000, or a 3rd place “People’s Choice” prize of $5,000, with the later decided by audience vote! Five Wild Card teams will be battling it out from 5:30-6 pm, to try to win the last spot as a finalist. Attendees will have the chance to vote for their favorite team, pushing them to the pitch night competition. Get your free tickets now. Space is limited. 2019

Charlotte Stevens, Allison Poulter, Miley Hamilton, and Mia Miller.

St. Luke’s Episcopal School Latin Students Impress at State Competition

All seventh and eighth grade students enrolled in Latin at St. Luke’s attended the statewide convention in Austin, Texas on April 5 and 6. Four of them were first place winners at the 2019 Texas State Junior Classical League Convention. Miley Hamilton won in Roman Life, Mia Miller in Classical Art, Allison Poulter in Latin Vocabulary, and Charlotte Stevens in Costume. In addition to these four first place winners, every SLES student who attended the convention won an award for their performance in their individual academic and creative arts contents. Every year, thousands of Latin students from all across Texas come together to compete against their peers in a wide range of academic and creative categories that include Roman history, Latin and Greek derivatives, Latin sight recitation, dramatic interpretation, catapult construction, mosaics, and many more. | MAY 2019


Profile for 78209 Magazine

78209 Magazine - May 2019  

Community and Lifestyle magazine for the 78209 zipcode of San Antonio.

78209 Magazine - May 2019  

Community and Lifestyle magazine for the 78209 zipcode of San Antonio.