The Show Must Go On: Persisting in a Pandemic Raise Your Hand Texas

Raise Your Hand Texas recently featured the Advanced Learning Academy and CAST Tech Theatre production company. Throughout the pandemic, theater teachers, Ms. Amy Stengel and  Mr. Nico Champion, and their

Students from CAST schools bring mental health, self-identity and adolescent challenges to forefront

Click here to see the full story: Source: KSAT.COM By: Alicia Barrera, Multimedia Journalist Gaby Anez, News Producer  

Tafolla Toro Three Years of Fear

SAN ANTONIO (August 27, 2021) – Students from CAST Schools will take the stage Friday at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center for the premiere performance of a selection from their stage

Greater Texas Foundation Grant Enables Post-secondary Support Over 71% of seniors in the inaugural graduating class of CAST Tech High School have been accepted to 4-year colleges, bucking a citywide

My name is Diego Villegas, a Marketing and Communications intern for the CAST Schools Network. and CAST Tech Theatre Production Company. I have been an actor and singer throughout high

Performed by the Advanced Learning Academy and CAST Tech Production Company. March 23rd, 2021 Diego Villegas, CAST Schools Communications and Marketing Intern “Taking risks is hard to do, but taking

Zach Wilson, African American Studies

Zach Wilson started teaching at the Advanced Learning Academy four years ago as an intern with Trinity University. Today, he is part of the pioneering group of educators in the

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Lessons from Tafolla Toro By Sarah R. Guerrero   This past week I had the honor and privilege of talking to Lorenzo Gomez III. Lorenzo Gomez is a San Antonio