Antonian uses MBS Direct to provide information and purchasing options for textbooks used for Antonian courses. Students are responsible for the purchase of their own textbooks. If a textbook is noted as "required," it is imperative that the student acquire the book and bring it as directed by the teacher.
PARENT/STUDENT GRADE PORTAL
Antonian College Preparatory High School is on a four-quarter grading system. Students receive progress reports at the end of each quarter. All grade reports can be found in the Ascender Parent/Student Grade Portal.
PARENT/STUDENT GRADE PORTAL AND GRADING SYSTEM
Antonian College Preparatory High School is on a four-quarter grading system.
For purposes of extracurricular participation status, student progress is monitored at each quarter-end. Students who are failing more than one course at each quarter-end are placed on the ineligibility list. A student may earn removal from the ineligibility list at the mid-quarter point (approximately 4 1/2 weeks) of the subsequent quarter or the end of the subsequent quarter. These students may practice, but they may not participate in any competitive event or performance. These students may not wear uniforms or attend a game or event in any capacity other than as a spectator.
WELCOME FROM THE DEAN OF ACADEMICS
Antonian enjoys one of the finest academic reputations in San Antonio and surrounding areas. Over the past several years, the graduating classes have been accepted by a variety of colleges and universities, including many prominent schools such as Cornell, Olin College of Engineering, Harvard, Yale, MIT, Boston University, Notre Dame, Columbia, Rice, DePaul, and the like.
Dean of Academics
Dean of Academics
P: 210.344.9265 ext. 101
ACADEMICS AT ANTONIAN
There are many factors that, when combined properly, contribute to Antonian’s continued success. The school’s Leadership Team together with the faculty establishes yearly goals and objectives which, when coupled with a high degree of commitment on behalf of students, form the impetus for school-wide effectiveness. Students at Antonian enjoy a rigorous curriculum that assists in their intellectual development. The curriculum itself teaches a very basic discipline of mental habits as well as a meticulous examination of the subject matter.
Antonian course curricula incorporate learning objectives outlined in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (T.E.K.S.), the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) guidelines for Catholic high schools, and, as appropriate, the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum, the dual credit curriculum through the respective college/university, the American Classical League Standards for Classical Language Learning (Latin), and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (Spanish).
*Credits listed below are the minimum number of credit hours.
Physical Education: 1.0 credit hour
English: 4.0 credit hours
Fine Arts: 1.0 credit hour
Foreign Language: 3.0 credit hours
Mathematics: 4.0 credit hours
Science: 4.0 credit hours
Theology: 4.0 credit hours
Social Studies: 4.0 credit hours
Electives: 3.0 credit hours