Seven hundred fifty (750) students are are enrolled at Antonian College Preparatory High School from 83 parishes and 66 middle schools.
The ethnic breakdown of the student body is as follows: 62 % Hispanic, 30% White and 03% Asian; 4% Black; <1% Native American.
Approximately 20% of the students receive financial assistance from the school. 92% of the student body is Catholic and 8% come from other faith traditions. 51% of the student body is female and 49% is male.
Our Faculty brings a combination of professional experience and creativity to a strong academic program, while modeling Christian values and a sense of community to the student body. There are forty-three (43) faculty members and all hold the necessary and appropriate credentials as prescribed by the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Antonian operates on a flex traditional schedule, meaning that classes are attended each day and, in general, in the same order. There are nine (9) periods in the academic day. Although there are occasions when the schedule is modified, the regular schedule day for freshmen is as follows: "The Daily Life Of An Apache - Student Schedule."
The targeted class size school-wide is 25 students per class, with a student to teacher ratio of 15:1.
As a general rule, students scoring above the 90th percentile are encouraged to take honors level classes which better challenge their intellectual abilities.
Advanced Placement Program
The advanced placement (AP) program at Antonian offers a college/university level curriculum for high school students. AP courses assess students by college/university level standards. It is expected that students who sign up for AP courses will be highly motivated and will make the AP course and exam a priority. Advanced placement is offered in:
Success in advanced placement courses allows students to earn college credits while attending Antonian College Preparatory High School. Students are also enrolled in Dual Credit Courses with St. Mary's University and University of Texas, Austin. Students have the opportunity to receive dual credit if they qualify for Honors Pre Calculus, AP Calculus, and Latin III.