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Our Schools at a Glance

  • 14 Campuses
  • 8400+ Students
  • 100% College Acceptance
  • 99% Graduation Rate

Why SST?

Dedicated Staff

We do whatever it takes to help our students and SST family reach their goals

STEM For All

Every student will graduate with a strong understanding and appreciation of STEM and how it connects to the real world

High Expectations

Every student will learn and grow into a successful and productive citizen

News & Announcements

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DNA/DIP Meeting for Review and Amends

Dear Parents and Community leaders,  You are cordially invited to attend and participate in 4th meeting for  our continuous review of needs and goals set for this year 2020-2021  The District Needs Assessment (DNA) & District Improvement Plan (DIP) review on the areas of   1 Demographics - 2 Student Achievement- 3 School Culture and Climate- 4 Staff Quality, Recruitment, and retention- 5 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment- 6 Family and Community and Involvement- 7 District/Campus Context and Organization- and 8 Technology The SST District gets about1 million dollars in federal funds and over 3 million dollars in State Compensatory(SCE) funds. The SST-Discovery district gets about 1.4  million dollars in federal funds and over 3.8 million dollars in SCE. All of these funds are distributed among our campuses in Corpus Christi, Houston, and San Antonio schools; therefore we need parents to volunteer their time. Parents and community members, per Federal and State law, these meetings are required in order to get our additional funds for your child's learning. So, we need wonderful parents such as yourself to participate in our district review, planning, and amends in order for your Child's school and our districts to receive the additional funding for your child's education. We appreciate you and your valued time and input in our meetings.

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Science and Technology is to create a safe and healthy learning environment that nurtures, motivates, and enables our middle and high school youth to develop into mindful and responsible people who contribute to their community and to the diverse society in which we all live. Our program is characterized by the cooperative presence and unified support of caring families, businesses, as well as educational and civic groups, with whom our students will interact. Our instruction guides students through development of creative and critical thinking and learning skills and enables them to apply these skills through cooperative and interactive instruction in the core.