Formation of Students
Antonian students learn about faith, virtues, friendships and decision-making through their Religion class and through a superior series of academic disciplines. This process is fostered by what we call “formation.” The Sacramental life of their Faith is enriched through their participation in Liturgy, Reconciliation and Monthly Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel of the Saints.
Academically Above the Rest
Antonian enjoys one of the finest academic reputations in San Antonio with a graduation and college acceptance rate of 100%. Over the past several years, the graduating classes have been accepted by a variety of colleges and universities, including many prominent schools such as Harvard, Yale, MIT, Boston University, and Notre Dame.
During the 2011-2012 school year, freshman David Menchaca demonstrated his multi musical talents by not only participating in the Antonian band and music ministry, but also being a part of The Youth Orchestras of San Antonio. His musical talents are an inspiration to us all and an example of the community involvement of our students.
Award Winning Athletics
For the 2011-2012 school year five of our athletic teams were crowned champions. Our team's success led Antonian to win the Texas Associate of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) 5A Henderson Cup.
As a Catholic School, the fundamental responsibility we hold is the formation of our students, for them to acquire a deeper understanding of discipleship and evangelization. And beyond that understanding, to create in them a desire to become disciples and take up the walk with Jesus.