Who We Are
St. Anthony Catholic High School was founded in 1903 by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate as a junior seminary. In 1995 the University of the Incarnate Word assumed management of St. Anthony and formed St. Anthony Catholic High School for boys; from this point on, the school would no longer remain a seminary. The year 2003 brought many changes to St. Anthony, as for the first time, St. Anthony began to accept young women.
St. Anthony Catholic High School has been at its location since 1903. The campus is located several miles north of downtown San Antonio and conveniently located near IH-10 and US Hwy 281.
St. Anthony Catholic High School challenges students to participate in the total program of the school- an integration of academics, athletics, Christian services, community activities and spirituality. Our schedule allows for students to learn time management, organization, self-discipline and responsibility. St. Anthony prepares students to accept the challenge of preparing themselves for a life of Christian service through active involvement in the school program.
St. Anthony Catholic High School offers a full and comprehensive boarding program for students in grades 9-12. Countries represented in our boarding program are China, Taiwan, Korea, Spain, Mexico, U.A.E., Japan, Canada, and Nigeria.
St. Anthony Catholic High School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Texas Association of Non-Public Schools (TANS) and is a member of the College Board, Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), National Catholic Educators Association (NCEA), and Texas Catholic Conference Education Department (TCCED).