St. Anthony Catholic High School
|St. Anthony Catholic High School|
3200 McCullough Avenue
|Type||Private, Day and Boarding|
|Motto||Committed to Excellence|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic |
(Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word)
|Patron saint(s)||Saint Anthony of Padua|
|Founder||Oblates of Mary Immaculate|
|Principal||Dr. Kristina Vidaurri|
|Color(s)||Garnet and gray|
|Fight song||"Down By The River"|
|Athletics conference||Texas Christian Athletic League (TCAL)|
|Team name||Yellow Jackets|
|Accreditation||Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Texas Catholic Conference Education Department, and Texas Association of Non-Public Schools|
|Athletic Director||Tony Marciano|
St. Anthony Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school located in the Monte Vista Historic District in Midtown San Antonio, Texas, United States. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Antonio.
St. Anthony Catholic High School was founded in 1903 by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate as a junior seminary. In 1995, the University of the Incarnate Word assumed management of St. Anthony and formed St. Anthony Catholic High School for boys; from this point on, the school would no longer remain a seminary. In 2002 the school announced that it would become coeducational in the 2003-2004 school year. The school began accepting applications from girls in 2003.
St. Anthony Catholic High School focuses on an integrated curriculum of academics, athletics, Christian services, community activities and spirituality, with the goal of preparing graduates for a life of Christian service.
St. Anthony Catholic High School offers a boarding program for students in grades 9-12. Ninety percent of boarding students are foreign students from countries such as China, Taiwan, Korea, Spain, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Japan and Canada, while the remaining ten percent of boarders are non-San Antonio residents.
Accreditation and membership
St. Anthony Catholic High School is accredited by the Texas Association of Non-Public Schools (TANS) and is a member of the College Board, Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), the Association of Boarding Schools (TABS), National Catholic Educators Association (NCEA) and the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department (TCCED). 
The Brainpower Connection
The Brainpower Connection is another name for the group of elementary and secondary schools run by the University of the Incarnate Word. The schools in the Brainpower Connection are the University of the Incarnate Word; St. Anthony Catholic High School, for young men and women; Incarnate Word High School, for young women; St. Anthony Catholic School, and its developmental pre-school, the Katherine Ryan Program; and St. Peter Prince of Apostles Elementary School . The two high schools of the Brainpower Connection are under the management of the University of the Incarnate Word.
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- Flores, Matt. "St. Anthony looks to enroll girls next fall Decision due in January." San Antonio Express-News. Section Metro / South Texas. December 19, 2002. Document ID: 0F8097B28224C501. "Hoping to avoid the financial stress that has befallen other parochial schools in recent years, and to follow a national trend of diversification, the all-boys St. Anthony Catholic High School plans to go co-ed next year."
- Gutierrez, Bridget. "Girls now enrolling at St. Anthony High." San Antonio Express-News. March 22, 2003. Section: Metro / South Texas. Document ID: 0FA2638F78751431.
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