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FAST FACTS History – Founded in 1903 by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate Management – University of the Incarnate Word Dr. Louis J. Agnese, President Daniel I. Ochoa, Dean of Preparatory Programs Rene J. Escobedo, Principal Student Body Student body of 405 100% college acceptance Co-educational Financial Tuition and fees - $8,757.00 per year for the 2012-2013 school year Financial Aid – approximately $215,000 available annually Academic Honors Numerous District and State medalists in Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Academic and Arts Competition. Over 9 million dollars was earned for the 109 students in the class of 2012 SACHS has 21% of our student body taking High School Connection (UIW dual credit) courses. Spiritual Development Friday Mass and Community Mass one Sunday each month Class retreats Chapel and Grotto on Campus Oblate priest on staff Athletics Members of TAPPS since 1996. Football, Cross Country, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Soccer, Swimming, Golf, Track, Lacrosse, Baseball POST HIGH SCHOOL PLACEMENT FOR THE CLASS OF 2012 85% matriculated to 4-year colleges or universities 15% matriculated to 2-year institutions

COMMUNITY St. Anthony Catholic High School draws students from public and private schools across San Antonio, surrounding areas and the world. Students from eight countries have also found a home here.

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ATTENED BY ST. ANTHONY STUDENTS Abilene Christian Adams State University American University Amherst College Angelo State Arizona State University Auburn University Austin College Ball State University Baylor University Benedictine University Boston College Boston University Columbia University Colorado State University Concordia University Cornell University Creighton University Dallas Baptist University Dallas Christian University Fordham University Harvard University Hardin Simmons University Hawaii Community College Hofstra University Holy Cross College

Howard University Illinois Institute of Technology Indiana State University James Madison University Johnson & Wales University Kansas State University Kent State University La Salle University Loyola Marymount University Loyola University Chicago Loyola University New Orleans Massachusetts Inst. of Tech McNeese State University Murray State College New Mexico University New York University Newman University St. Edwards University St. Mary’s University Sul Ross State University Texas A&M University Texas A&M Corpus Christi Texas A&M Galveston Texas A&M International Texas A&M Kingsville Texas Christian University

Texas Lutheran University Texas State University Texas Tech University The Citadel Trinity University Tulane University University of the Incarnate Word University of Dallas University of Houston University of Norte Dame U.T. Arlington U.T. Austin U.T. San Antonio Univ. California, Berkley University of Mary Hardin-Baylor University of Southern California U.S. Air Force Academy U.S. Coast Guard Academy Virginia Tech West Point Wesleyan University

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM St. Anthony offers Pre-AP and AP courses. Advanced math courses are offered through the High School Connection Program. St. Anthony Catholic High School does not restrict or limit a student’s enrollment in AP courses. PRE-AP COURSES


English I

English Language and Composition

English II

English Literature and Composition

Algebra I

Physics B

Algebra II

Chemistry II


Environmental Science

Physics I

United States History

Chemistry I

Latin IV

World Geography

Spanish Language

Spanish II

Studio Art

Spanish III Biology

COURSES In addition to the standard core curricular courses offered in the disciplines of English, mathematics, science, and social studies, SACHS students may choose from the following elective courses to complete the 28-credit requirement. Anatomy & Physiology

Media Literacy



Campus Ministry



Photojournalism I/II

Classical Humanities


Creative Writing



The Middle Ages

Film Criticism

The Tudor Dynasty

Guitar I-IV

Theatre I/II

Jazz Band I-IV

Web Design

Marketing & Advertising

HIGH SCHOOL CONNECTION COURSES Junior and Senior students who have a grade point average of 3.5 (90%) and above may be eligible for dual enrollment classes offered by the University of the Incarnate Word. This program enables students to earn up to 18 hours of college credit while completing their requirements for a high school diploma. Students attend college courses which are taught by college professors on a college campus with college students in attendance. The grades earned in the High School Connection Program are recorded on the student’s SACHS transcript and become part of the UIW official college record and transcript.

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