Theodore Roosevelt High School (San Antonio)

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Roosevelt High School
5110 Walzem Road
San Antonio, Texas, 78218
Coordinates 29°30′29″N 98°23′24″W / 29.508155°N 98.389864°W / 29.508155; -98.389864Coordinates: 29°30′29″N 98°23′24″W / 29.508155°N 98.389864°W / 29.508155; -98.389864
School type Public, High School
Motto "Qui Plantavit Curabit"
Founded 1966
School district North East ISD
Principal Melvin C. Echard Sr.
Assistant principals [1]
Staff [2]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 2,628 (2008-2009)
Language English
Campus Suburban
Color(s)                Red, White & Blue
Mascot Rough Riders
Newspaper The Big Stick
Feeder schools General Walter Krueger Middle School
Edward H. White Middle School
Athletic conferences 5A Division I

Theodore Roosevelt High School is a high school in San Antonio, Texas. A part of the North East Independent School District, the school serves portions of San Antonio and the City of Windcrest.[1][2] It first opened for classes in 1966, funded by a 1960 school district bond that also established Churchill High School and the Blossom Athletic Center.[3]

Roosevelt is host to two magnet programs:

Roosevelt was named a National Blue Ribbon School in 1999-2000.[4]

Design and Technology Academy[edit]


The Design and Technology Academy (DATA), located on the campus of the school, has approximately 480 students from grades 9 to 12. It was opened in the fall semester of 1999 for the 1999-2000 school year (with its first graduating class in 2002, and first full-four year graduating class in 2003). DATA is a magnet school which specializes in engineering, architecture, web/graphic design, programming and multimedia.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]


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