Antonian College Preparatory High School

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Antonian College Preparatory High School
6425 West Avenue
Castle Hills, Texas, (Bexar County) 78213
United States
Coordinates 29°31′21″N 98°31′37″W / 29.52250°N 98.52694°W / 29.52250; -98.52694Coordinates: 29°31′21″N 98°31′37″W / 29.52250°N 98.52694°W / 29.52250; -98.52694
School type Tuition, High School
Motto "Enter to learn; go forth to serve."
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) St. Anthony (de Padua)
Founded October 11, 1964
Opened September 2, 1964
School district Archdiocese of San Antonio
Authority Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller
CEEB code 446122
NCES School ID 01322242[1]
Principal Tim Peterson[2]
Grades 912
Gender Co-Ed since 1988
Age range 13-18
Average class size 25
Student to teacher ratio 17:1
Education system Archdiocese of San Antonio
Language English
Hours in school day 7.2
Color(s) Red, White and Columbia Blue             
Slogan "A Place Called Home"
Athletics conference TAPPS
Sports All
Mascot Apache
Nickname ACP
Team name Apaches
Rival Central Catholic, Incarnate Word
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools[3]
Newspaper Smoke Signal
Yearbook The Warrior
School fees -0-
Tuition $8,550.00
Dean of Admissions Diann Montemayor
Athletic Director Develyn Lovell

Antonian College Preparatory High School is a co-educational, National Blue Ribbon Catholic high school (grades 9-12) in Castle Hills, Texas. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Antonio. The school has been regularly included in the Action Institute's Catholic High School Honor Roll, a list of the top fifty Catholic high schools in America.[4]