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Nineteen Independent School Districts Boundary Map and Directory

Review the school district map to find your current or potential San Antonio-area school district. Click on each pin to access their profile page including contact information, programs, and awards.

School Districts in San Antonio

Go Public provides information about public education and its member school districts in San Antonio. This page can help you answer questions like:

  1. Where are the San Antonio school district boundaries?
  2. How do I register my child for school?
  3. What academic programs are offered in San Antonio?
  4. What is CTE?
  5. Why choose public education?  


Academic Programs in San Antonio's ISDs

Click on the icons to learn more about San Antonio public schools’ academic programs.

PreK-12 Public Education in San Antonio

How to Register Your Child for Pre-K and Kindergarten

Access tips, checklists, guides, and direct links to enrollment pages. Our Education Timeline is the Ultimate Parent Guide for Navigating Pre-K through Graduation.


What is offered in San Antonio’s CTE Programs?

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs provide students the skills and experience to succeed in a variety of pathways. 


Great Things Happening in San Antonio Area ISDs

Medina Valley ISD Celebrates Read Across America

Medina Valley ISD celebrated #ReadAcrossAmerica Day, the nation’s largest celebration of reading. From dressing up…

Randolph Field ISD Teacher Wins EXCEL Award

At Randolph High School, some seniors walk away with certifications as Medical Assistants, Phlebotomists, and…

North East ISD Hosts Robotics Challenge

North East ISD’s third annual VEX IQ Robotics Challenge was a smash hit! VEX IQ…

Harlandale ISD Partners with Brighter Bites

Harlandale ISD is super excited about the partnership with Brighter Bites! Brighter Bites is a…

Southwest ISD Hosts Coffee with Superintendent Ball

Southwest ISD Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball visited SWISD campuses to connect with district families over…

Randolph Field ISD Excels in Powerlifting

Randolph Field ISD powerlifting teams are shining in competitions! All teams performed well in the…



Hosted and produced by Emmy award-winning journalist WOAI/Channel 4’s David Chancellor, these segments highlight students, educators, and schools throughout San Antonio-area’s ISDs. The wonderful, moving, and life-changing things happening every day in public schools serve as the backdrop for everything from innovative programs to extraordinary people. David’s storytelling captures the heart, mind, and spirit of San Antonio-area ISDs.


We’ll feature some of the best stories, highlights, and events throughout the year. From Go Public with David Chancellor to Bexar County School Board Coalition’s Heroes for Health, students and educators inspire us through their dreams and journeys. Stories and events throughout San Antonio-area’s ISDs include leadership and development opportunities, talent, academic rigor, career-based skills, kindness, and compassion.

Program Spotlight on Academics, Extracurriculars, and CTE

Why Choose Public Education in San Antonio?

San Antonio-area Independent School Districts serve 340,238 students. School zones are broken up into ISDs (school districts). The districts cover Bexar, the Hill Country, Comal, and Wilson counties.

Principals, teachers, counselors, nurses, and maintenance are a few of the roles working together to create an environment that is safe and supportive.  Academics and extracurricular clubs provide opportunities to all students with varying interests and skill levels.  

Parent and student choice provide opportunities for all students. Advanced Placement, Dual Credit, Magnets, Trades, Special Needs, Fine Arts, and STEM are among the 180 academic and developmental choices that exist within our districts.

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Join We Go Public

Thanks to the Charles Butt Foundation, we’re expanding across the state of Texas. Join We Go Public as a member district or region. Contact us if you’re:

  1. Located in the State of Texas
  2. Operate as an Independent School District
  3. Serve in a leadership capacity (Trustee, Superintendent, Communications Director/PIO)