SAA - Building a Foundation for Boys

Forward Look eNews                                                                  February 2019

From the Head of School

Clint DuBose

Recent Student Outcomes & Highlights

It was amazing to see the entire school come together to celebrate our annual Cowboy Breakfast in January. It is traditions like this that make our school unique. They serve to help build the bond of brotherhood, and to provide a sense of community that is so important to San Antonio Academy. Read more



Mathletes Earn 2nd Place at MATHCOUNTS

The MATHCOUNTS mathletes competed at St. Mary's University on February 9th, going up against 16 other schools with more than 150 competitors. They managed to overcome all but one team at the contest to earn 2nd Place trophies.  Read more

Robotics Team Advances to Championship

SAA once again earned top trophies during the First®LEGO® League city tournament. Team RoBuccaneers snagged the 1st Place Robot Design Award, and Team Infinity won the Champion's Award 1st Place, earning them a spot to advance to the Regional Championship on March  24th. Read more

Top Awards Earned for Spanish Speakers
Fifteen boys participated in the AATSP Citywide Colores, Voces y Poesia Speaking and Poetry Contest with impressive results winning a total of six Gold medals, six Silver medals, and four Bronze medals in the poetry, art, and impromptu speaking categories. Read more

Conquering the Bees -- Geography & Spelling
Ishan Kanaskar rose to the top of a formidable field to win this year's Geography Bee title. The 7th grader outlasted his 10 other opponents, ending in a riveting final 'lighting round' with fellow classmate, Diego Morales. Read more

Coach Mac's Sports Talk
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Wildcat Track Underway!

Wildcats Are Off To The Races

Coach Brittany Schrader & Coach Leon McNeil


Wildcat track season is off and running with the first meet held at Dripping Springs middle school on February 21st. Participation was massive with 800 students. The level of competition was intimidating, but the Cats were ready to take on the challenge. 


The boys all ran regardless of the circumstances, and every race was finished, which was a win in our book! Teaching the boys that if they start something in life, then they need to finish it and see it through even though it may be hard, and even though they may not come in first all the time.


One of the highlights of the meet was when 8th grader Sawyer Barr got the courage and support from his teammates to run his first race ever and finish it!  It's little, memorable moments like this -- pushing kids to exceed their limits -- that makes enduring the very late, very cold night well worth it.


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