Academy of Achievement
@ San Antonio
formerly SA Leadership Excel Academy
Academy of Achievement @ SA Info
In 1998, states began to administer testing as a requirement for graduation. Each year students who had finished all or more than their required credits would not be able to graduate because they failed to pass one or more state exams. Established in 2013, Acaemy of Achievement @ SA (initially named SA Leadership Excel Academy) was created to address this problem. In addition, the Academy of Achievement @ SA recognized the local trend of older individuals who had been able to secure an entry level job without a diploma now being required to secure the credential or vacate their position(s). These individuals needed an alternative to the GED, which was usually difficult to attain within the timeline given by their employer. As a private non-profit school that receives no state funding, our academy has been able to assist over 900 students earn a high school diploma in order to retain employment, enter college or training and move forward with their future.
Accreditation Info: Private schools are not required to be accredited by state or federal law; however, the Academy of Achievement @ SA is currently reviewing and selecting an accreditation entity in order to reinforce our commitment to quality educational services for our students. We will update our website to reflect the latest status on our accreditation efforts.
Board of Directors
Non-Profit Volunteer Board Members:
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Academy of Achievement @ SA meets requirements set by Texas Legislature House Bill 944.
Member affiliations include:
SA Housing Authority
Texas Workforce Commission
Department of Rehabilitation Services
San Antonio Lighthouse
San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Awareness