SST Students

Through the collaborative partnership of parents and educators, the School of Science and Technology provides enriching learning environments where students master the core subjects and are challenged to advance to higher achievement based on the accelerated curriculum.

Student Demographics %

  • Economically Disadvantaged: 55-60%
  • 100% college acceptance
  • Hispanic
  • Caucasian
  • African-American
  • Asian
  • Native-American
100% college acceptance
Character Education

With character education as a part of every student’s instruction, students also learn basic values of personal responsibility, discipline, respect, honesty, leadership and teamwork. SST students are prepared to be successful academically, to contribute to the community and to be productive after graduation.

AP Scholars:

60 current and graduated SST high school students since 2010 have been named AP scholars by the College Board in Recognition of exceptional Achievement on college-level Advanced Placement examinations

National Merit Scholars Since 2011:

9 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist National Merit Scholarship Finalist; 1 National Achievement Scholarship Program Scholar; and 3 National Hispanic Recognition Scholars

Total Community Service Hours Class of 2016:

14,766 hours or an average of 175 hours per student (Corpus Christi and San Antonio)

College Acceptance

The Class of 2016 (San Antonio and Corpus Christi) students were accepted by 47 different U.S. colleges and universities and received $5,432,622.00 in merit-based scholarships.

100% college acceptance

Top University Acceptances

Columbia University
University of Pennsylvania
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University
Notre Dame University
Rice University
Carnegie Mellon University
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brandeis University
U. S. Naval Academy
US Air Force Academy
University of Texas at Austin
Texas A&M at College Station
Trinity University
and more!
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