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San Antonio, Texas Schools and Teachers 1903
St. Michaels Day School: 430 South.
St. Patrick's Academy; Corner Willow, Cosby
St. Peter Clavier School: Catholic school for colored children, 610 Live Oak.
The Thomas School, located just west of the lake at West End is a new school in San Antonio, but its founder and president, Prof. A. A. Thomas, has been engaged successfully in school work in West Texas for the past twenty-two years, and is no stranger to our people. This school has been a success from the first and richly deserves the liberal patronage it is receiving. The object of the school is two-fold—to train young ladies who cannot afford to go further in their school work for the-active duties of life, and to train those who desire to do so to enter the Texas State University and other leading colleges and universities of the country. Only first-class teachers are employed and special stress is put on the moral as well as the intellectual development of the girls and young ladies.
Ursuline Academy, Augusta street, at bridge: For young ladies and misses. This institution, established in 1851, is located on a lot often acres, and is bathed by the San Antonio river, and is one of the beautiful spots of the city. The course embraces a preparatory and academic department. English, Spanish, French and German are taught by teachers of the different nations. All kinds of fancy work is taught without extra charge.
Ursuline Academy of Sacred Heart: Prospect Hill. Misses Wasson's, private day school for young ladies and misses, 206 Lexington ave . Miss Westcott, private day school fur young misses, 113 Reynolds.
West Texas Military Academy: Corner Willow and, Carson :J. Thomas Williams, bus. mgr. This school is conducted under the auspices of the Episcopal church, and is a boarding and day school for boys. It is the largest school in Southwest Texas and the only school of its kind in the state. It has -162 cadets in attendance and sixteen teachers, thus affording small classes and personal supervision. Its location on Government Hill is unexcelled, its buildings are new and well furnished, and in .all respects it offers opportunities for preparatory education which are unsurpassed in the South. Daily drill under charge of an army officer. Its graduates are admitted to many of the colleges and universities without examination. Illustrated catalogue sent on application to the rector.