SAA 8th Grade Graduates gets a visit from award winning poet, Naomi Shihab Nye.
We are so incredibly proud of our graduates, who are headed to some amazing high schools.
We are committed to finding outstanding teachers for every position at San Antonio Academy.
SAA boys will be attending some of the finest colleges in the country next year.
Team Infinity Earns 1st Place Core Values Award at the FIRST LEGO League City Competition
Can you identify disinformation? A recent persuasive writing project tackled this subject helping 7th graders learn about researching sources.
This year's Spelling Bee was like no other!
Brain breaks are mental breaks designed to help students move so that blood and oxygen is carried to the brain. The breaks create an opportunity to become energized or even relaxed.
If you hear students slapping their thighs, thumping their chest, snapping their fingers, or drumming on a tabletop, you will know they are in practice mode for the techniques and routines taught by Academy music director and specialist Dr. Owen Duggan.
A pandemic was not going to stop us from celebrating SAA's Class of 2020. Visit this special webpage in honor of our cadets.
To take their engineering efforts to the next, the RoBuccaneers got an opportunity to witness first hand a real crew at work filling a pothole.
San Antonio Academy’s music specialist Dr. Owen Duggan’s 2005 debut album, An Elephant Never Forgets, received numerous awards and accolades from national parenting organizations to songwriter’s associations. Applauded for his positive messages and wide appeal, Owen’s songs have brought joy to many, but in his latest album, Honey on My Mind, Owen pays tribute to another songwriter, Doug McNeel (SAA Class of 1966), whose sudden passing last year left a sizable catalog of songs.
The annual Alumni vs. 8th Grade Basketball Game is an event both Academy boys and alumni look forward to each year. The tradition, beginning about two decades ago, is a friendly competition between the 8th Grade Wildcat Basketball Team and SAA alumni -- whose ages span across the generations.
Philippe Jones had an idea to help introduce the game of tennis to kids who typically don’t have the opportunity to play. With no experience but lots of passion, this third grader, with the help from ‘a small village,’ set out to see his vision come to fruition.