Rolling Hills Catholic School is located in the Stone Oak area, just north of Loop 1604 in North Central San Antonio. It serves five parishes, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, The Shrine of St. Padre Pio, St. Joseph Catholic Church - Honey Creek, St. Mark The Evangelist Catholic Church, and St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. As an Archdiocesan School, it is known for both its academic rigor and its strong faith formation programs.Rolling Hills is committed to a Catholic education and is focused on four core areas of student development: Faith, Academics, Character, and Service. By attending to the formation of each child in each of these areas, it provide an opportunity for each student to fulfill the unique mission for which he or she was created.This school is rooted in scripture and Catholic tradition and offers a dynamic, integrated program that serves children from ages three through the eighth grade. Daily prayer and weekly Mass, a challenging curriculum, extracurricular activities and athletics, a fine arts program,before and after school care, and a vibrant, growing middle school ensure the best education for all its students.The parents and staff of Rolling Hills Catholic School prepare our children to become mature, dignified, informed, and caring citizens.Come visit us to see why we believe that Rolling Hills Catholic Schoolis the best Catholic school for your child!
COMING IN THE FALL OF 2014, Antonian Middle School at Rolling Hills was established in February 2014 as an affiliate of Antonian College Preparatory High School, to be governed and operated by Rolling Hills Catholic School under the auspices of the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Antonian Middle School serves students from grades sixth through eighth. As an affiliate of Antonian College Preparatory High School, it incorporates the crest, logos and colors of the school founded in 1964 by the Christian Brothers of De La Salle with a focus on the integration of religious instruction with academic subjects, well-prepared teachers with a sense of vocation and mission, and the involvement of parents. Its heritage will also encompass the traditions of its past, originally founded as Rolling Hills Middle School.
» Serves 6th, 7th and 8th grades
» Co-educational, Archdiocesan
» Accredited by the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department and the State of Texas
» Average class size is 15-20 students
» Student to teacher ratio is 15:1
» Employs 12 teachers as well as several extracurricular coaches
» Racial/ethnic composition: 70% Hispanic and 30% White
» Religious composition: 90% Catholic
» Sports: Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Baseball, Track, Cross Country, Tennis and Golf
Please feel free to view our Antonian Middle School Brochure to see what all our school has to offer.