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  • Alamo Colleges

    Mission: Empowering our diverse communities for success. Vision: The Alamo Colleges will be the best in the nation. ...

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  • Alamo Heights Independent School District

    Mission Statement: The Alamo Heights Independent School District, the heart of our community whose passion is excellence, will educate and empower every student to excel academically and as a confident, compassionate citizen with impeccable character and a global perspect...

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  • AppleTree Day School - San Antonio

    AppleTree Day School, Inc. will provide children the opportunity to express their ideas, learn new skills and participate in physical activities while being cared for in a safe, secure and nurturing environment. Activities will follow a general pattern to help children feel ...

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  • Aqua-Tots Swim Schools

    At Aqua-Tots Swim Schools, we offer year-round swim lessons for children of all ages, starting at 6 months. With never more than 4 students per swim class, this intimate setting provides a great environment for children learning to swim. Private, semi-private and small group...

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  • Archdiocese of San Antonio Catholic Schools

    Mission : The Mission of the Department of Catholic Schools is to provide services and direction to pastors, pricipals,teachers and other school leader so that the Vision of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of San Antonio can be realized....

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  • Bazan Branch Library

    History Over the years, the Bazan Branch Library has placed a strong emphasis on its role as a formal educational support center and a pre-school learning center. Prior to the Bazan Library, there was the old Prospect Hill Library which was built in 1930. This area, ...

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  • Cortez Library

    History: The cost for the Library renovation was $249,200. The funds were authorized in the 1989 bond issue for library expansions, renovations, new branches, and literary centers. Construction began on June 10, 1995 and the building reopened on December 19, 1995....

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  • East Central Independent School District

    Vision: East Central students will become successful, responsible, and productive citizens with a strong sense of community and a respect for cultural diversity. Embodying the American tradition of personal responsibility coupled with a sense of generosity and caring, they ...

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  • Edge Wood Independent School District

    Mission: To successfully prepare present and future generations in the Edgewood Independent School District for college and career pathways by establishing a Culture of Educational Excellence....

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  • First Texan Realty

    Amber was born and raised in San Antonio. She is a third generation business owner who has strong local roots with banks, architects, construction companies, and city representatives. In 2008, Amber attained the Certified Com...

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  • Forest Hills Library

    History The branch was dedicated October 1, 1988. Original square footage was 9,000 square feet. Construction for the subsequent renovation began November 3, 1998; re-opened November 17, 1999, with square feet at 12,040. The branch is named for the area it is in, known as F...

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  • Fort Sam Houston Independent School District

    District Vision:   Our vision is to promote a quality education, where every student is a learner, every learner is a graduate, and every graduate is a success. District Mission:   The mission of the Fort Sam Houston ISD is to develop  the hearts an...

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  • George Washington Carver Library

    The first Carver Library was set up in a small wooden building established by Afro-American Army officers based at Fort Sam Houston during World War I. It was moved to the Colored Community Center on North Hackberry in one room at the end of the auditorium. In 1973, th...

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  • Great Northwest Library
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  • Guerra Branch Library

    History The Library Board selected the name to honor long-time San Antonio historian, author and broadcast journalist Henry Guerra, who died in 2001. Guerra, a San Antonio native, graduated from Central Catholic High School and attended St. Mary's University. In 1939, he ...

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  • Harlandale Independent School District

    Mission Statement: Harlandale: A family working together to create a high quality education where all students graduate to become productive and successful citizens for the 21st century. District Goals:  - Provide staff development programs that prepare our employees...

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  • IADT - San Antonio
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  • Igo Branch Library
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  • Johnston Branch Library

    History : Johnston Branch Library opened on August 23, 1981. The land was donated by Ray Ellison Industries. The architect was Jesse J. Juarez, and the contractor was Don McMasters of Better Construction Company, Inc. Johnston held nearly 13,000 items and had a staff of 6...

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  • Judson Independent School District

    Mission: All Judson ISD students will receive a quality education enabling them to become successful in a global society. Vision: Judson ISD is Producing Excellence! Values:  - Students First - Teamwork - Accountability - Results-Oriented&n...

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