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San Antonio Academy Museum

For more than 130 years San Antonio Academy has graduated young men who have become leaders in South Texas and beyond. The Academy’s alumni roster includes distinguished men such as Tex Hill, Tom Frost and astronauts Michael Collins and David Scott.

During that time, SAA has established strong relationships with many leading businesses and institutions in South Texas, and the school’s faculty and students have witnessed many events of historical significance. To celebrate its rich history and to provide a living record of its relationship to individuals, families and institutions throughout the United States, SAA has created the San Antonio Academy Museum.
Located in the mezzanine level of The Academy’s Bondurant Library, the Museum offers diverse historical exhibits that provide a vivid glimpse into the past.

SAA Museum Artifacts

Agather: Flight in San Antonio
Astronaut Exhibit
Kelso Family Bronze King Ranch
Loma Oil
McCombs: Frontier Americana
Old and Rare Books
R. L. White Family
Religions of Academy Students
SAA Uniforms & Miscellaneous
SAA Yearbooks
San Antonio Spurs
Tex Hill: Flying Tigers
Tibetan Relics
The University of Texas History
Traylor West Ranches
USS Norfolk Nuclear Submarine
Studer Family