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.
Staff [1]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 2,907 (2014-2015)
Language English
Campus Suburban
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 public high school in San Antonio, Texas (United States). The school is part of the North East Independent School District, which 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]


The Roosevelt Rough Riders compete in these sports - [6]

Notable alumni[edit]


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