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Babysitters in San Antonio
This Texas city is most well-known as the home of The Alamo, but it has much more to attract families than this piece of American history. The Riverwalk is a beautiful getaway just below the street level of the city. Universities and high schools provide places of learning as well as great babysitter resources.
Top 5 Colleges – Find Sitters
Texas A&M University – This university is small, but very popular among students seeking a college education. Of the 3,000 students enrolled, two-thirds of the population is female. Business administration and counseling majors make up over half of the students at A&M.
University of Texas – This is San Antonio’s only NCAA Divison 1 university. The Roadrunner’s are especially known for their football team, but all their athletic programs are top notch. Research is a big part of the UTSA’s academic focus and fits into many of their disciplines.
St. Philip’s College – With a student population of over 10,000, St. Philip’s College is one of the fastest growing community colleges in the nation. It is known for its diversity of culture and has historically provided a strong educational service to the black and hispanic communities of Texas.
San Antonio College – This two-year college has an enrollment of over 25,000 students. It is the largest, single-campus, community college in the state of Texas. Services to women re-entering the workforce and other non-traditional students has been a big focus of this community college.
Trinity College – This small, but beautiful, college campus overlooks downtown San Antonio. It is a private, four-year college, and it attracts students from almost every state in the nation. The Tigers football team has been in the playoffs in 10 out of the 12 last seasons, and their volleyball team has been in the final playoffs for 17 straight seasons in a row.
Top 5 High Schools – Find Sitters
Providence Catholic School – This all girl school is a college prep high school that is sponsored by the Catholic Church. If you are looking for spiritual and moral values to be taught, along with excellent academics, Providence provides this.
McCollum High School - “Excellence-the Cowboy Way” is the motto of this San Antonio public high school. It is one of three high schools in the Harandale School District located on the south side of San Antonio.
Brackenridge High School – Home of the ‘Mighty Eagles’, Brackenridge is named after one of the outstanding citizen’s of San Antonio, George Washington Brackenridge.
J. F. Kennedy High School – One of the high schools in the Edgewood School District, JFK is the home of the Rockets and proudly display their green and white colors.
Edgewood Fine Arts Academy – This specialty high school focuses on visual and performing arts for students desiring to pursue a career in these arts disciplines.