The city’s third Center for Applied Science and Technology, or CAST school, will open in the fall of 2018 at the Brooks development on the Southeast Side with a focus on medical and biological fields. San Antonio Independent School District trustees voted Monday night to lease a 78,000-square-foot building that once served as the Brooks
The second of the Centers for Applied Science & Technology announced more details in its collaboration with Southwest Independent School District and Palo Alto College. Now known as CAST Stem, it is the second school in the network started by H-E-B CEO Charles Butt that partners with public school districts. Unlike CAST Tech, the in-district
New school will welcome students next fall SAN ANTONIO – The Centers for Applied Science and Technology announced Tuesday it will be opening its second campus next fall. The school will focus on advanced manufacturing, engineering, energy and power as well as global logistics. CAST STEM is expected to open next fall to 200 ninth-graders.
AT&T, Tech Bloc provide donations SAN ANTONIO – A technology-focused high school’s partners are making sure the inaugural class has some bags and supplies for their brand-new school. The freshman class of the new CAST Tech High School stood in line Thursday to get backpacks donated by AT&T, which the tech-advocacy group Tech Bloc stuffed
The inaugural class of CAST Tech High School students walked into their first classes Monday morning, beginning an education aimed at teaching tech and business skills that define the industries of the 21st century. “I’m stressed, but excited,” freshmen Carter Leblanc said. LeBlanc is part of the in-district charter school’s 175-member student body, which is divided evenly
A lot of new schools are opening in San Antonio as schools ramp up for the fall semester, but what may be the most innovative high school ever in the city, CAST Tech, opens classes today in the San Antonio ISD, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.CAST Tech, the Center for Applied Science and Technology, is
Toyota’s charitable foundation granted $1.7 million Monday to Southwest Independent School District to support the science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, programs at its new high school. The grant by the Toyota USA Foundation, the culmination of a year-and-a-half of work, will go to Southwest Legacy High School, which is set to open in