The Winston School San Antonio moved to our current campus in 1998. The school is located on over 15 acres in the South Texas Medical Center, with accessibility to several major highways in the San Antonio area. Between the academic building (Learning Center) and the gymnasium, the school occupies over 50,000 square feet. Additionally, the school has a great deal of green space including a football field, baseball diamond, and playscape areas.
A priority of the school’s latest strategic plan is to build a Multi-Purpose Fine and Performing Arts Facility.This building will include a Dining & Assembly Hall, black box theater, music studios, several art studios, an expanded media lab, and many other features.
For more information on our upcoming campus expansion, please click here.
Current Facility Details
The Learning Center consists of 28 classrooms, an administrative office suite, a library, and copious storage space.
Each classroom is approximately 750 square feet and is equipped with an intercom system for communication with the front office, counter space for computert installations, cabinets for storage space, and an LCD projection system to augment lesson presentations. Each of the 9 Lower School classrooms each have private restrooms.
The academic building also has three fully-functional science labs, dedicated arts spaces, and computer labs. The Upper School Media Lab is equipped with Apple computers--each with up-to-date digital media software--and video and digital cameras.
The gymnasium building features a hardwood floor, built-in bleachers, office space, three locker rooms (two with showers), a kitchen and concession area, and a laundry room.
Recent improvements made to the facilities include:
A safety cage and kiln have been added to the fine arts classroom, enabling students to fire their pottery and ceramics.
State-of-the-art LCD projectors and computers have been installed in all classrooms.
For security and safety purposes, emergency lights and first-responder sight identification numbers have been added to all windows and exterior doors.
Bullet-resistant exterior doors and an indoor-outdoor 30-surveillence camera system have been added.
A new playground was constructed in 2013 through the generosity of our community members and the Kingdom for Kids program.