SAISD’s JROTC programs received $40,000 in dedicated funding this year in part to launch CyberPatriot programs and boost existing ones.
130 Alamo Heights High School students are participating in a year-long business incubator, taking their startups from ideating to developing a product and pitching it.
Following a cheating scandal at Alamo Heights High School, students and district’s leaders are trying to move forward and focus on greater lessons learned.
It’s been more than two weeks since David Molak took his own life at age 16, following struggles brought about by cyberbullies.
The family of 16-year-old David Molak is mourning his death, and thousands of others in the Alamo Heights Independent School District and community are mourning with them, many of whom turned out for Friday morning’s funeral service.
While most high school students were enjoying vacation during the summer months, a group of young rocket scientists traveled with their teacher to White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) in New Mexico, with the goal of launching two rockets they designed and built.
Their hard word paid off.
The morning of Sept.