CAST STEM Electric Cobras competed in the 2022 Alamo City Electrathon, a National Sanctioned Electrathon Event with Electrathon America, one of approximately 12 in the nation. The team experienced a… Continue reading CAST STEM Electric Cobras Compete in Alamo City Electrathon
By: Jeanne Russell, CAST Schools Executive Director When CAST Schools were conceived of by business leaders, superintendents, and civic leaders in 2016, the reasoning was simple: 1) Local industry lacked… Continue reading Why CAST Schools?
West Texas Experience February 9th – 11th, 2022 11th and 12th-grade students from the Advanced Learning Academy will travel to West Texas to explore arts, culture, and nature sites in… Continue reading West Texas Experience
This year, students will travel to South Texas to explore the common threads in our courses of “migration” and “sustainability.” Whether exploring these concepts through a biological, mathematical, geographic, literature,… Continue reading South Texas Learning Expedition
The 4th Annual CAST Schools Speak Up! Speak Out! Regional Civics Fair kicked off virtually in partnership with the University of Texas at Austin Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, the… Continue reading CAST Schools Launches 4th Annual Speak Up! Speak Out! Regional Civics Fair
Witness Art. Develop Community. Celebrate Creativity. Friday, July 23, 2021 Rosenberg Skyroom at the University of the Incarnate Word 847 E Hildebrand Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212 Parents and families… Continue reading CAST Schools Discover U Freshman Studio Showcase
Katie Chain, Education and Workforce Program Manager at H-E-B, and Jason Salazar, a senior at CAST Tech High School, joined San Antonio Charter Moms for a conversation on the benefits of mentorship.… Continue reading San Antonio Charter Moms: Why Mentorship Matters to San Antonio Companies and the CAST Schools Network
KENS 5 Erica Zucco interviewed CAST Tech students Timiera and Thomas to learn how their internships with Plus One Robotics and DOCUMation are helping them explore their career interests.
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… Continue reading Pioneering African American Studies at the Advanced Learning Academy
Modern career and technical education programs emphasize both college and career readiness—even during a pandemic. By Bekah McNeel August 14, 2020 Long before hand-washing PSAs flooded social media and public billboards… Continue reading CTE and the Demands of the Moment