Submitting an application is always the first step for all applicants. The applications process is an opportunity for Antonian to learn more about the applicant and to share their goals, interests/passions, activities, and other involvement.
We invite you to browse the information contained on this page. Knowing that you won’t be able to learn everything about Antonian just from mere words, we extend to you the warmest welcome to visit Antonian in order to experience the Christian warmth and hospitality, academic excellence, and the pride and enthusiasm that Antonian offers.
2022 - 2023 ADMISSION APPLICATIONS
Applications are open for the class of 2027. For detailed information and requirements for freshman applicants and transfer applicants click the links for "Steps for Freshman Admission" or "Steps for Transfer Admission."
*There is no application fee for freshman applications or transfer applications.
Located just off Loop 410 and West Avenue in Castle Hills, our campus has a variety of different opportunities for students. We invite you to tour our campus and learn more about Antonian. If your family is relocating out to the San Antonio area, we invite you to "Explore Our Campus" under the "Schedule a Visit" tab.
Testing and Interview
All incoming freshman students are required to take the High School Placement Test (HSPT) at Antonian or another Catholic high school. Testing must be completed for consideration of full admittance. Learn about testing.
All students will participate in an interview with the Director of Admissions and/or other members of the administrative staff.
Antonian Admissions Office hosts a variety of events for incoming freshman applications throughout the admissions season (September - January). Registration for each of these events is encouraged in order to help us plan.
Middle School Tailgate
Parent/Student Information Nights
HSPT testing opportunities
Events for students who have accepted admission:
Freshman Class Parent Information Night
*Events are subject to change (including rescheduling, removal, and additional events).