Public Charter Schools within 3 miles of 5622 Ray Ellison Blvd, San Antonio, Texas

There are 3 public charter schools matching your required criteria: within 3 miles of 5622 Ray Ellison Blvd, San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio, TX public schools have a diversity score of 0.43, which is lower than the Texas average of 0.64.
The most diverse school in San Antonio is Jubilee Wells Branch. Read more about public school diversity statistics in Texas or national school diversity statistics.

Public Charter Schools within 3 miles of 5622 Ray Ellison Blvd, San Antonio, Texas

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
Location
Miles
Grades
Students
Idea Ewing Halsell Academy
Charter School
2523 W Ansley Blvd
San Antonio, TX 78224
(210) 268-4013
0.7 miles
Grades: PK-1
| 374 students
Idea Ewing Halsell College Preparatory
Charter School
Math: 45% | Reading: 43%
Rank:
5/
10
Bottom 50%
2523 W Ansley Blvd
San Antonio, TX 78224
(210) 430-7595
0.7 miles
Grades: 6
| 119 students
San Antonio Can Academy
Alternative School
Charter School
Math: 10-14% | Reading: 20-24%
Rank:
1/
10
Bottom 50%
1807 Centennial Blvd
Dallas, TX 75208
(210) 923-1226
1.9 miles
Grades: 9-12
| 402 students

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