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Healy-Murphy can help you earn your Texas Certification of High School Equivalency (GED) and move on to college or employment with individualized test preparation classes and case management. Because we are also a licensed Pearson Vue testing site, you can complete your exams here, too.
Age requirements for test preparation classes: Females 18-25 (court ordered 16-25); Males 18-21 (court ordered 16-21)
To register and pay for High School Equivalency (GED) testing only, go to GED.com. Students who participate in the preparation classes with high attendance are eligible for financial assistance for GED test fees.
GED preparation classes are Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-11:30 AM with extended hours available as needed. GED testing services are available Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-3:00 PM.
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(210) 223-2944
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Healy-Murphy’s high school program is education for a lifetime. Who you are matters. Everyone comes to Healy-Murphy with a story. We want to give you the tools to build a brighter future. Healy-Murphy Center can help you earn your high school diploma. You can get your diploma here or catch up on credits and return to your previous school. Our staff will work with you to develop a schedule that fits your goals. Own your future with: Self-paced classesgraduation Case management Daycare for parenting students Job placement assistance Flexible schedules for working students Reading skills development Career guidance
Monday through Friday 7:45 AM – 3:45 PM
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(210) 223-2944
0.72 miles away, 618 Live Oak, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
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Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 223-2944
COVID-19 Notice

Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 572-5976
COVID-19 Notice

Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 572-5976
COVID-19 Notice

Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 220-2370
COVID-19 Notice

Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 222-8310
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Champion Homes at Vista Verde Apartments.
(210) 223-4796
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Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

ALAS, SAY Sí’s theatre program, provides students interested in the performing arts with opportunities to develop their skills in acting, directing, playwriting, technical theatre and stage management. Committed to the creation of new and original performance work by, for, and about San Antonio youth, ALAS challenges students to draw from their own experiences, observations, and insights to produce theatre of relevance to their lives and their communities. ALAS operates as a collaborative ensemble known as the ALAS Youth Theatre Company. In the company, every student’s talent is valued and essential. Students have ownership over their theatrical work, and a voice in the artistic, technical, and creative decisions involved in every aspect of the production process. Emphasizing leadership skills and civic engagement, ALAS aims to empower youth to create work that addresses community needs and concerns, challenges prejudices and social injustice, and celebrates diversity and difference.
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

SAY Sí’s Media Arts Studio is a creative innovative technology based learning program that provides a hands-on focus in filmmaking and photography. Throughout the year, SAY Sí students, along with the help of professional staff and established professionals in the media industry, collaborate and produce short films and documentaries. Students have the opportunity to explore and utilize their talents in all phases of the production, from writing the screenplay, scouting film locations, directing or budgeting, to casting, editing, creating an original musical score or working collaboratively on lighting production. Once the film is produced, the students also work on the accompanying marketing of their work in addition to showcasing their movies’ premieres.
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

The HIVE is the youngest and second-largest SAY Sí studio. There student-artists focus on digital arts, comics, animation, creative coding, game design, new media, transmedia, interactivity, and storytelling through systems. HIVE challenges youth to think about interactivity, analyze art and new media critically and decide when working collaboratively or working independently are the best modes for getting their ideas across. Students explore new kinds of media and intersections of different media and make anything that they need computers to produce or experience. In the HIVE students: design characters make comics and animations write interactive fiction (choose your adventures) design books, card games, and board games program big games in Unity3D program small games in PICO-8 make procedural art in Processing (processing.org) build augmented reality apps, Kinect games, and interactive installations map projections on things record podcasts and sound art make digital paintings and stickers and papercrafts
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

Students study drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and art history with a focus on the development of entrepreneurial and marketing skills. The program’s participants consist of approximately 50 students that attend studio sessions throughout the week that offer creative projects involving a variety of mediums and opportunities to explore and master new techniques. SAY Sí’s visual arts program aims to provide students projects which involve cultural relevance and a variety of mediums; mentoring, instruction and guidance from staff and visiting artists; entrepreneurial and exhibition opportunities for students to financially benefit from the display and sale of their work; assistance with the development of portfolios, resumes, and applications to art schools, community colleges, and universities, and/or assistance in finding jobs upon graduation from high school.
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

WAM, SAY Sí’s multidisciplinary middle school program, is a year-round Saturday program in visual arts, theatre, media arts and new media. SAY Sí employs its junior and senior high school students to work as student instructors, allowing for reciprocally beneficial peer-to-peer mentoring. Classes take place each Saturday throughout the calendar year and focus on long-term individual achievement and skills enhancement. The mentoring between our high school and middle school students is a unique aspect to this program. It gives middle school students the opportunity to learn from some of our advanced high school students and it gives our high school students real-world job skills and experience. Students in this program work on projects that develop cognitive skills, including; problem solving, reasoning, and decision-making as well as interpersonal skills such as oral communication, teamwork and self-fulfillment.
This program is for students in grades 6-8. This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
Coffee & Connection is a social support group for mature (50+) members of the LGBTQ+ community. Offering an inclusive and confidential atmosphere to promote social connectivity, quality of life, and self-advocacy. Join us for networking, resource referrals, education, building community, and a safe environment to discuss and share unique challenges to assist the older adult population to live happily and authentically in San Antonio.
Mature (50+) LGBTQ+ Community
3rd Sat, 10:00am
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for children and youth residing at Haven for Hope.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
COVID-19 Notice

Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 220-2300
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Terraces at Haven for Hope.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:00pm
(210) 375-4090
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Tafolla Middle School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Tafolla Middle School
(210) 978-7930
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at David Crockett Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
David Crockett Academy
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Douglass Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Douglass Academy
(210) 228-3315
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, the church operations are closed until further notice, including the food pantry. Please check back for updates.

The Mount Zion Music Ministry is comprised of a group of singers who set the stage for worship each Sunday. Our Music Ministry consists of the Mass Choir, Praise Team.
Women’s Chorus, and Men’s Chorus. Incorporating a variety of hymns, spirituals, traditional and contemporary music, the music ministry sets an atmosphere for true and pure worship
Free
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
Otis Mitchell - Executive Director
(210) 533-7131
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Artemisia Bowden Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Artemisia Bowden Academy
(210) 738-9770
COVID-19 Notice

Amended clinical hours to 9:00am to 3:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri until further notice. Clinic will be closed on Tue & Thur.
Providing 'drive-up care' (care provided within a patient's car) for any provider requested, in-person, clinical visits.
Only urgent or emergent patients will be allowed inside the facility using full precautionary measures.
IS NOT COVID-19 testing/screening location.
Prioritizing acute medical care and emergency dental appointments.
Any pre-screened medical, oral or behavioral health care appointment that does not meet provider criteria as urgent or emergent will be scheduled as a ‘virtual care visit’ using HIPAA compliant Zoom.

The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program is offered throughout the academic year at various school districts, and in the summer as a one-month youth summer camp. Get FIT integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to not only support the physical needs of students and their families, but also facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit. Get FIT's goal is to transform the lives of people in medically underserved, rural communities. The program focuses on actively engaging community members and stakeholders in the planning, designing and delivery of services and programs that meet the unmet needs of their community. Get FIT is currently offered in Batesville, Cotulla, San Antonio, Santa Rosa, and Uvalde. Enrollment is free and open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in bringing Get FIT to your school, or finding a program near you, call the Get FIT manager at 1-800-959-6673.
(210) 572-5976
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Bexar County Juvenile Justice Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Bexar County Juvenile Justice Academy
(210) 335-8500
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Margil Elementary School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Margil Elementary School
(210) 738-9805
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at JT Brackenridge Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
JT Brackenridge Academy
(210) 978-7950
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, we have canceled Girls on the Run programming at all schools and community sites this spring, as well as our celebratory Girls on the Run 5K in May.

Girls on the Run is our program for girls in 3rd-5th grade that encourages girls to recognize their individual strengths and celebrate connections with others. Each season, girls gain a better understanding of who they are and what's important to them, the value of teamwork and healthy relationships and how they can have a positive impact on the world. Girls also make a meaningful contribution to their community through a team-organized Community Impact Project. Physical activity is woven into the program to inspire an appreciation for fitness and healthy habits and teach life skills including treating others with care, practicing gratitude and managing emotions. Each season culminates with a Girls on the Run 5K event. This celebratory, non-competitive event provides girls with a sense of accomplishment and instills the value of goal setting at a young age.
Girls, grades 3-5
Our registration fee is $150; however, we never turn a girl away based on financial need. Partial and Full scholarship assistance is based on annual household income and is available to all. Please use the sliding scale built into the registration system when you register your girl.
Wed, 3:45-5:15pm Thu, 3:45pm-5:15pm
Send email
(210) 901-0167
1.43 miles away, 239 Stark St, San Antonio, TX, 78204 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, we have canceled Girls on the Run programming at all schools and community sites this spring, as well as our celebratory Girls on the Run 5K in May.

Girls on the Run is our program for girls in 3rd-5th grade that encourages girls to recognize their individual strengths and celebrate connections with others. Each season, girls gain a better understanding of who they are and what's important to them, the value of teamwork and healthy relationships and how they can have a positive impact on the world. Girls also make a meaningful contribution to their community through a team-organized Community Impact Project. Physical activity is woven into the program to inspire an appreciation for fitness and healthy habits and teach life skills including treating others with care, practicing gratitude and managing emotions. Each season culminates with a Girls on the Run 5K event. This celebratory, non-competitive event provides girls with a sense of accomplishment and instills the value of goal setting at a young age.
Girls, grades 3-5
Our registration fee is $150; however, we never turn a girl away based on financial need. Partial and Full scholarship assistance is based on annual household income and is available to all. Please use the sliding scale built into the registration system when you register your girl.
Tue & Thu, 4:00-5:30pm
Send email
(210) 901-0167
COVID-19 Notice

All mentoring sessions are canceled.

Scholarships are still available and will be awarded. Graduating seniors scholarships deadline has been extended to April 24, 2020. Please upload your transcript and letters of recommendation by that date.

Building industry professionals and educators help high school students learn more about potential careers in architecture, engineering, and construction. During the program, students work in teams under the mentorship of experienced professionals, who guide them through projects that meet real industry requirements. The result is an opportunity to gain practical insight into what building industry professionals do to transform their ideas from an initial concept into a finished building. Students also visit professional firms, attend College Night at the University of Texas at San Antonio CACP, and attend lectures on industry topics. At the conclusion of the program year, students present their design solutions and receive feedback from local industry leaders. In addition, every qualified senior who goes on to university study in a building industry-related field is eligible for a local scholarship.
Call or email if you’d like to experience ACE’s challenges, opportunities, and rewards for yourself.
Free
Laura Elvia Hall, AIA, LEED AP Send email
(210) 226-1246
Sidney Lanier High School
(210) 978-7910
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Sidney Lanier High School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Sidney Lanier High School
(210) 978-7910