The district also includes a small part of north central San Antonio.
Although Alamo Heights High School is a public school, it does accept a limited amount of tuition students every year who live outside of the Alamo Heights district boundaries.
Recently, the "skygym" was opened as an extra basketball court and multi-use gymnasium.
The school's baseball field is located in the city's Olmos Basin.
This area is called "The Oaks" after its many oak trees.
Most of the students who attend Alamo Heights HS also attended Alamo Heights Junior School (6-8), either Woodridge Elementary or Cambridge Elementary (1-5), and Howard Early Childhood Center (Pre K-K).
There is also alternative school at the Robbins Academy (6-12). Peter Prince of the Apostles, The San Antonio Academy, St.
Additional courses in math, science, social studies, foreign language, computer studies, fine arts, public speaking, and journalism distinguish these programs.
A seal denoting the student’s program completion is affixed to his/her transcript at the end of the senior year.