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ACCEPTING 6TH THROUGH 12TH GRADES APPLY ONLINE FOR 2017-2018 ACADEMIC YEAR

 
 
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 6TH THROUGH 12TH GRADES IN 2017-2018 ACADEMIC YEAR. AS A PUBLIC OPEN-ENROLLMENT CHARTER SCHOOL SYSTEM, WE WELCOME ALL STUDENTS WHO MEET STATE AGE AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS IN 2017-2018 ACADEMIC YEAR.



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SST Fiesta Medals

Attention SST Parents and Guardians,
Stallions, are you ready to Fiesta? This year, for the first time ever, School of Science and Technology has created our very own collectible limited edition Fiesta Medal or as we are affectionately calling it, the Sci-Fi-iesta medal! These beautiful professionally made medals will only be on sale while supplies last and supplies are limited to only 300 pieces. Make sure to reserve your medal today. Medals are currently on pre-sale for only $10. Once the medals come in prices will go up to $12 so act fast for the best price on the best fiesta medal of 2017! The medal was designed as a collaboration between faculty, staff, and students, so we are proud to present the product of this SSTeamwork to you!

Notice the medal is a lustrous gold with enamel coloring. The design is a coat of arms containing the mascots of the three San Antonio SST schools as well as the new SST logo. In the middle of the design is a homage to the old SST logo which is the lantern of knowledge.

How much would you pay? $100, $200? Well, you will not have to pay that much, pre-order your fiesta medal today by paying only $10 to Ms. Martinez in the front office. Secure your piece of SST history today!


The Big Give SA

You’ve probably heard of it. The Big Give. It’s a national effort to build support for nonprofits—such as

SST—so important work gets done to make our community a better place to live.

This year all San Antonio SST campuses as well as Corpus Christi will participate. The Big Give is a 24 hour

day of giving that will take place from midnight to midnight on May 4. To read more click here

Click here to donate our school


2017 - 2018 Enrollment for New Students

Dear Prospective Parents,

SST is a high-performing, college prep, open enrollment state public charter school approved, and accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Known for its successful integration of science and math programs into a well-rounded curriculum and diverse student body, SST is a school of choice for any (6 - 12) student residing in the San Antonio Metropolitan area. SST prepares each student for higher education through delivering a student-centered rigorous educational program with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM Education) in a small, safe, caring, and collaborative learning environment.

The enrollment for 2017-2018 started on November 1st, 2016.
To apply, you can fill out the online application using the link located on the school's website. Applications are also available at the school's front office. Paper Application here

Any application received prior to November 1st will be in the waiting list for this school year, not for the 2017-2018 school year. Please note that any application received is only considered for one school year. If your child is not selected for enrollment, a new application must be submitted for each year.

You can apply online to our school 6 thru 12 grades: here
Flyer 1 more information about school
Flyer 2 more information about school

If you want to know more about our school and educational programs, you may schedule a school tour any day.


Attendance Awareness

Improving attendance and reducing chronic absence is not rocket science, but it does take commitment, collaboration, and tailored approaches to the particular challenges and strengths of each school community. Schools, communities, and advocates across the nation have successfully taken steps to ensure children are attending school more regularly.

Attendance Awareness Month 2016 by Numbers

Brochure

Help Your Child Succeed in School Middle-High: English

Help Your Child Succeed in School Middle-High: Spanish


NJHS Application

Dear 6th and 7th Grade Parents,

The NJHS application application window is now open to any 6th or 7th grader who meets the minimum qualification of a 3.55 GPA. Students who qualify will be given an application, but you can also access the application online at the link provided below.
The National Junior Honor Society at School of Science and Technology is an organization that recognizes and promotes enthusiasm for scholarship, the desire to render service, leadership, and character in students.
Each member is required to maintain a minimum of a 3.55 cumulative grade point average, complete at least 10 hours of community service with our NJHS Chapter per semester, pay yearly membership dues of $10, attend every meeting, and be an example to others with respect to scholarship, service, leadership and character. Any member who falls below these standards shall be placed on probation by the chapter advisors. A student is allowed only one probationary period in his/her membership period, and a student may not be reconsidered for membership in the National Junior Honor Society after being dismissed.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Avila (mgamez@ssttx.org) or Mrs. Phillips (sphillips@ssttx.org).

NJHS application for 2017-2018


Summer STEM Leaderhip Camps

Summer Leadership STEM Camp for 6-11th Grades
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, April 7, 2017

APPLICATION LINK

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
1. GPA 3.0 or higher
2. No Excessive DPS and no discipline issues
3. Deposit $100 (non-refundable)
4. Application Form- Risk-Form
FEE: $300 per person (Scholarships are available)
BOYS CAMP
DATE: MAY 13-17, 2017
LOCATION: NEWCOMBE TENNIS RANCH
www. Newktennis.com
GIRLS CAMP
DATE: MAY 17-21, 2017
LOCATION: NEWCOMBE TENNIS RANCH
www. Newktennis.com

NASA High School Summer Program
May 29-June 2
SPACE CENTER UNIVERSITY INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
- Brunch with an Astronaut.
- Hands-on, engineering-based activities.
- Graduation ceremony and certificates.
- Daily lunch served at Space Center Houston in the Zero-G Diner.
- Behind-the-scenes access to “the real thing” including exciting tours of actual astronaut training and work facilities, such as NASA Johnson Space Center, Rocket Park and the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
- Interactive, project-based learning that includes sustainable habitat construction, strategic scientific planning and investigations, underwater “astronaut training,” collaborative teaming and global awareness development.
PRICING FOR GROUPS WITH 20 OR MORE STUDENTS:
No Hotel-$890
(Includes - Houston Transportation / Admission / Supplies / Staff / Lunch / Graduation )
-Students
-Chaperones
With Hotel - Double Occupancy-$1285
( Includes - Houston Transportation / Admission / Supplies / Staff / Lunch / 6-night Hotel / Graduation )
-Students
-Chaperones
Graduation Ceremony / Brunch with an Astronaut
-Parents and non-program participants

Summer Leadership STEM Camp for 8-12th Grades
This program offers:
-Fun Activities
-Residence Hall Facility
-SAT/PSAT Preparation
-Recreational Activities
Open to All 8th-12th Grade Levels
Location: UT Dallas
Camp Fee: $350
Camp Dates:
GIRLS : May 26 - May 30, 2017
BOYS : May 30 - June 3, 2017
Highlights include:
Morning & Afternoon camps
Lunch time Leadership Talks
College Information sessions
Swimming & Recreational sports
Stay in new Residential dorm facility
Application Deadline:
Monday, May 8th, 2017

LEADRSHIP CAMP POSTER 6-11th

LEADRSHIP CAMP POSTER 8-12th


EMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH-March 2017

We would like to announce our EMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH FOR March.

Our employees of the month are: our Science Teacher Ms. Ennis and our Teacher Aide Ms. Cox! Congratulations and thanks for being awesome staff!


STUDENTS OF THE MONTH-March 2017

Each school month, SST holds the STAR STUDENTS OF THE MONTH award. The purpose of this award program is to acknowledge positive contributions of SST students at school. These good contributions range from assisting teachers and peers in classroom activities to displaying characteristics as a role model in and out of the classroom.
We would like to announce the students of the month for March:

Joseph T 6A, Reagan C 6B, Malik H 7A,Ana S M 7A, Brian H 8B, Yalena S 8A, Aleksander M 9D, Emilia G 9D, Jacob S 10B, Mariel S G 10A, Elijah E 11B, Damaris C 11A, Ryan B 12B, Xavierana P 12A

Good job and congratulations stallions!!!


SST IS THE BEST CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL IN SAN ANTONIO

A group (Niche) that analyzes educational institutions has ranked the top schools in the San Antonio area which regularly grades K-12 schools. Explore the best public high schools in your area based on statistics, student and parent reviews, and expert insights. Ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, student, and parent reviews, and more.

According to Niche, we earned the best charter high school, the best standout school, 5th place in best teachers, 10th place in college readiness, and 4th place most diverse public high schools in San Antonio Metro Area.

Please read 2017 Best Schools in San Antonio Metro list: here
Please read SA Express News here

Congratulations to all staff, students, and parents!


Support Stallions Solar Car Team on GoFundMe

Support us on GoFundMe. We will be very grateful for any donation you can help us with. This will mean so much to our students who are looking forward to building and competing in a challenging competition and to prepare them for their future endeavors. The molds was generously donated by Stanford University.

Click here to support us on GoFundMe.

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PICKUP AND DROP OFF POLICY

Attention SST Parents and Guardians,
SST administration is aware of the issues occurring during the pick-up/drop-off times. We have deduced that the problems stem from a lack of adherence to the pick-up/drop-off procedures outlined in a diagram at orientation. SST asks that all parents please follow the pick-up/drop-off arrangement outlined in the diagram distributed at student orientation in order to provide a more rapid and safe pick-up/drop-off for all SST stakeholders
Drop off/Pick up Plan

Parents, please do not park or wait for your children at the IBC Bank or behind the school near the neighboring apartments. These parking lots do not belong to School of Science and Technology and your car may be towed if you park in either of those areas or any parking lot not owned by SST. We have been informed that parking or waiting in those areas is also considered trespassing and may result in a fine.

When picking up students, please keep in mind that the right lane closer to the school is for waiting parents. The outer lane closer to Van Diver is for parents that already have their child that are exiting. Please do not block the outer left lane in order that parents may pull into that lane immediately after their child is safely in the car. This will ensure a speedy pick-up/drop-off process for all.

Again, please do not park in the IBC bank parking lot or behind SST facing the apartment complex. Those areas are not SST property and parking in those areas is considered trespassing and may result in a fine. Please do not stop on the 410 access road to pick up students and do not turn left on N. Vandiver as these actions are against traffic laws due to being unsafe. The safety of our students, parents, staff, and community is our primary concern. Please follow the pick-up/ drop off diagram that was distributed at Student Orientation. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.


AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS & FORM

Dear Parents and Students,
After School Clubs are starting on Tuesday, September 6th.
Parents must return this form along with the payment to the school front office. Payment forms accepted: credit cards, personal checks, cashier’s checks and money orders. CASH IS NOT ACCEPTED. Please make checks payable to SST-SA (or School of Science and Technology- San Antonio). Don't forget to include your child's name and section on the check. Please keep your receipt. There is a monthly fee with some after school clubs.

2016-2017 After School Clubs Policies and Application Form


SST IS ON W.P.-AMERICA'S MOST CHALLENGING HIGH SCHOOLS 2016

Washington Post-America’s Most Challenging High Schools ranks schools through an index formula that’s a simple ratio: the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year.

SST earned 6th place in San Antonio, 56th place in TX, 323rd place in USA.

Please click here for detailed Washington Post America’s Most Challenging High Schools ranking about SST.

Congratulations to all staff, parents, and students!


SST IS GOLDEN ON 2016 US NEWS BEST HIGH SCHOOLS

The U.S. News released the rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded Gold, Silver or Bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments, their graduation rates and how well they prepare students for college.

SST earned Gold ranking for the 2nd time in it's history, as 4th Best High School in San Antonio, 49th place in TX, 83rd best charter school in USA, and 296th Best High School in USA.

Please click here for detailed US News Best High Schools ranking about SST.

Please click here for SA Express News about SST.

Congratulations to all staff, parents, and students!


School Information Management System DATABASE APP


We are pleased to announce a new app for parent/guardians to keep track of their student's progress. This new app is called SIMS DATABASE.
Please note: We are no longer promoting the formerly known app PARENT MOBILE.

The SIMS DATABASE app is available on both Android and iPhone.


CHILDREN AT RISK 2016 RATINGS

Local nonprofit research and advocacy organization Children at Risk announced its “Top 10 Schools in San Antonio” lists at the San Antonio Area Foundation. The lists of high schools, middle schools, elementary schools, and so-called “Gold Ribbon” neighborhood schools include known top performers in the area, surveyed from the six counties around San Antonio. Children at RISK released the annual School Rankings across the state of Texas. Our high school earned A grade and 8th place in San Antonio.

Seventy-one high schools were ranked according to STAAR scores in reading and math, graduations rates, ACT/SAT scores, and International Baccalaureate and AP participation. Performance indicators adjusted scores to account for economically disadvantaged populations, and growth indicators took into account student improvement on standardized tests from year to year.

Children At Risk Ratings
Children At Risk Website
Child Advocacy Group Reveals ‘Top San Antonio Schools’ Article

Congratulations to all students, parents, and staff!


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Calendar
 
 April 27, Thursday
Picture day, NHS Induction Ceremony at 4 pm
 
 
 April 28, Friday
Battle of Flowers (no classes)
 
 
 May 1, Monday
AP Exams Start, STAAR Test: End-of-Course Algebra I
 
 
 May 2, Tuesday
STAAR Test: End-of-Course Biology
 
 
 May 3, Wednesday
STAAR Test: End-of-Course US History
 
 
 May 4, Thursday
Big Give SA Fundraiser
 
 
 May 8, Monday
STAAR Test: 6th Grade Mathematics, 7th Grade Mathematics
 
 
 May 9, Tuesday
STAAR Test: 6th Grade Reading, 7th Grade Reading
 


SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
It is the policy of SST not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or disability in its programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact Section 504/ADA Coordinator
at 210 804 0222 located at 1450 NE LOOP 410, San Antonio, TX 78209.