High School Yearbooks, College Annuals, Alumni Rosters, School Photos and memorabilia with your ancestors, your relatives or you!
San Antonio, Texas Schools and Teachers 1903
San Antonio Female College. The Methodist College for women was founded in 1894 and chartered in 1896. It is located at the terminus of the West End street car line and occupies a. position seventy feet above Main Plaza. It is the intention of the promoters of the institution to make it the equal of any in the South. The grade and thoroughness of the work done by its pupils are well known and commended by the educating public.
The attendance has grown every year over the proceeding year, the number of boarding pupils Nov. 1, 1902 being ninety. The expectation is to add to the already large building an extensive addition by the beginning of the next school year.- All departments of the college are under one roof thus saving young ladies from exposure to inclement weather. The friends of the school are much pleased with its prosperity.
San Antonio Talmud Torah: Free Hebrew school for boys and girls, Synagogue, Aubrey street.
San Fernando Parochial School: For boys; 216 N. Laredo.
San Fernando Parochial School; For girls; Mutualista Hall.
St. Henry's School: 1709 S. Flores.
St. Joseph's Academy: 116 Bonham.
St. Louis College: A boarding school for boys and young men. A complete, thorough and practical training in all departments of business, literature, art and the sciences is imparted, and the institute is incorporated, with power to confer degrees. The situation, at the suburban terminus of the West End Electric Street Railway, is unsurpassed for salubrity and scenery. Capacity, 150 boarders; attendance during the past year, 110 ; fourteen instructors. The patronage is from all parts of the State, Mexico and the North. Bro. Jno. Wolf, president; Bro. Michael Donnelly, treasurer; Rev. Jos. Weckesser, chaplain.
St. Mary's College: College nr St. Mary's street.
St. Mary's Hall: The Episcopal College for girls, corner Martin and Navarro streets, ranks high among the educational institutions of the State. Since the present principal, Rev. Wallace Carnahan, took charge, nine years ago, the curriculum has been enlarged and the standard raised in every respect; the school now attracts the patronage of the best people in Texas. The distinguishing characteristics of the school are thorough work, high social tone and spiritual culture.