Phone: (210) 438-6800
Address: 3118 Elgin Ave, San Antonio, Texas 78210
School website: Highlands High School website
Academic programs: Career Pathways in Agriculture Studies, Culinary Arts, Business Management and Marketing, Criminal Justice/Law, Health Science, Teacher Education, Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, Architecture. In fall 2021, they will launch Highlands P-TECH, in partnership with St. Philip’s College, an early college high school combining technical courses with dual credit to provide students the opportunity to work toward an associate degree and industry-approved certifications in the areas of Aerospace, Engineering, Manufacturing and Welding. Learn more or apply here.
Alumni Facebook page: Highlands High School Owls Alumni Facebook Page
School Facebook page: Highlands-High-School-SAISD
School history: Opened at its present site in 1958 on 20-acres of parkland acquired from the city of San Antonio as part of a trade for the German-English School building. The school is named for the neighborhood it serves. Continue reading here.
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Thanks to the 2010 bond, Highlands High School was transformed through near-total demolition and reconstruction, while the campus remained occupied. The auditorium was rebuilt using the existing structural frame. The original wood seats were repurposed as acoustic panels—adding character and preserving history. Click here to see all the photos of the project by Pfluger Architects
A statue honoring Julius Whittier, University of Texas first Black scholarship athlete and former Highlands Owl great was unveiled November 28, 2020, at the University of Texas football stadium. SAISD proud!
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Inspire Award Recipients
2015: The Millers of the Bill Miller Bar-B-Q Family
2012: Dr. Robert Brown, Class of 1969, President of Boston University, and Dr. Beverly Brown, Boston University
SAISD Athletic Hall of Fame Honorees
2018: Darryl Grant, Class of 1977 and Julius Whittier, Class of 1969
2016: Wayne Dickey, Class of 1970