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Our Schools

San Angelo has a wide variety of educational opportunities. There is a major four-year university and a well-respected community college. The San Angelo Independent School District has over 14,000 students. Nearby Wall, Christoval, Grape Creek, Veribest and Water Valley Independent School Districts also draw a lot of young people from San Angelo. Included is also a listing of private schools and their affiliations.


Angelo State University

Angelo State University is a dynamic learning institution with the mission to provide highly competitive graduates to the global marketplace by delivering quality programs in a student-centered environment based on specific Core Values: Integrity, Diversity & Inclusion, Significance, Community and Commitment.

Angelo State has been ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the nation’s Best Colleges since 2010. Undergraduate and graduate students can choose from over 100 majors and concentrations offered through ASU’s six colleges: arts and humanities, business, education, graduate studies and research, health and human services, and science and engineering.

ASU annually enrolls students from throughout Texas, dozens of other states, and countries on nearly every continent. Embracing its diverse student body has led to ASU being designated a Hispanic Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education, a First-Gen Forward Institution by the Center for First-Generation Student Success, and a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs magazine.

The ASU campus features state-of-the-art academic, residential and recreational facilities on 268 park-like acres in the center of San Angelo. A building boom from 2017-21 featured the addition of the Hunter Strain Engineering Labs, Health and Human Services Building, Stephens Chapel, Mayer Museum and a new wing to the Centennial Village residence hall.

The ASU Rams and Rambelles intercollegiate athletic teams compete in NCAA Division II and the Lone Star Conference. Men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, and track and field. Women’s sports include basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. ASU’s athletic facilities are widely considered to be among the best in all of NCAA D-II, and the Rams and Rambelles regularly compete for conference, regional and national championships.

ASU Administration: 2601 W. Ave. N; 800-946-8627; www.angelo.edu.

Howard College

Howard College offers a variety of programs of study to meet the ever-changing needs of West Texas.  There are classes for students who want to get an associate’s degree and transfer to a four-year school as well as health professional programs, career technology programs and Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf (SWCID) degrees and certifications.

Associates degree transfer programs include Associate of Arts degrees in art, communication, drama, English, general studies, history and music; Associate of Arts in Teaching.; Associate of Science degrees in agriculture, biology, business, chemistry, child development studies, communication, computer science, criminal justice, English, general studies, health and physical education and history.

There are also programs for registered nurses, transition from LVN to RN, vocational nursing, medical assistant, respiratory care, paramedics, surgical technology and radiology technology.

The career technical education programs include agriculture, business, child and family development, construction trades, cosmetology, criminal justice technology and information technology.

SWCID degrees and certifications include American Sign Language, automotive maintenance technician, computer and information systems, dental lab technology, interpreter training, office technology, visual communications technology and welding.

HC Administration: 3501 US 67, 325.481.8300; howardcollege.edu.

Park University

San Angelo’s higher education landscape includes Park University, a global system based in Parkville, Mo.  Park specializes in flexible education options, with 33 of its 42 campuses located on U.S. military installations, including Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo. Classes and degree plans are also available to civilian students in the community. Extensive online programs help the University, launched in 1875, serve 16,500 students annually. 265 Kearney Blvd, RM 208, Goodfellow AFB, 325-654-4082; park.edu.

Public Schools

San Angelo ISD

Independent School District operates 17 elementary schools, three middle schools, one freshman campus, two alternative campuses and two high schools.  Approximately 1,000 teachers are employed to teach the 14,000 students. Some quick facts about the school district:

  • 15:1 student to teacher ratio
  • Student population: 51% Hispanic, 42% Anglo, 6% African American, 1% Asian Pacific Islander, 1% Native American
  • One 6A High School and One 5A High School
  • Three Head Start/Early Head Start campuses serving over 500 children ages 0-5
  • Pre-AP/AP classes offered in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, and Art
  • Dual credit technical and academic courses from Howard College and Angelo State University
  • Gifted and Talented classes available
  • Outstanding fine arts and performing arts programs
  • Award winning athletic programs
  • State of the art Career & Technology courses

SAISD Administration: 1621 University Ave., 325.947.3700; saisd.org.

Christoval ISD

Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district. It has 488 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 82% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.Average Graduation Rate is 90%,the average ACT is 24.  325.896.2520, 20065 Third St, Christoval, 76935; christovalisd.org

Grape Creek ISD

Grape Creek Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in San Angelo. It has 1,127 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.

Average Graduation Rate is 92%.

325.658.7823 | 9633 Grape Creek Rd, San Angelo, 76901 | grapecreekisd.net

Veribest ISD

Veribest School District was established in 1889 and the school that exists today was built in 1927.  VISD is a highly rated, public school district with 261 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 82% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.

The average SAT is 1130. The average ACT is 21.

325.655.4912 | 10062 F M Hwy 380, Veribest, 76886 | veribestisd.net

Water Valley ISD

Water Valley Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Water Valley, TX. It has 321 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 82% of students are at least proficient in math and 82% in reading.

The average ACT is 25.

325.484.2478 | 18000 Wildcat Dr, Water Valley TX 76958 | wvisd.net

Wall ISD

The public school system in Wall, just east of San Angelo, has three campuses.  Wall High School houses grades 9-12, Wall Middle is grades 6-8 and Wall Elementary is pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. The school system serves approximately 1,100 students in the rural community.  The Hawks have a strong tradition of excellence in both academics and extra-curricular activities.  Dedicated staff, involved parents and outstanding students all contribute to making Wall one of the best schools in the state.

WISD Administrative:  6065 Loop 570, Wall TX | 325.651.7790 | wallisd.net.

Charter Schools

Premier High School

Premier High School offers an alternative to the traditional educational environment for grades 9-12. 4102 Sunset Drive, 325.603.4444, premiersanangelo.com

Texas Leadership Charter Academy

Texas Leadership Academy is a UIL member charter school founded in 2009 that offers Pre-K through 12 education with a focus on leadership development.  5687 Melrose Ave. 325.653.3200. texasleadership.net

Private Schools

There are eight private schools in San Angelo serving 1,015 students. According to the website privateschoolreview.com, minority enrollment is 37% of the student body, and the student to teacher ratio is 10:1.

Ambleside School of San Angelo

Kindergarten – 12th Grade

Angelo Catholic School

Pre-Kindergarten – 1st Grade

Cornerstone Christian School

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

Gateway Christian Academy

Pre-Kindergarten – 6th Grade

Potter’s Hand School

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

San Angelo Christian Academy

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

Trinity Lutheran School

Pre-Kindergarten – 8th Grade


Harris Avenue Baptist Church School


Glen Meadows Joy School


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