77 out of 10GreatSchools

Lackland Elementary School

San Antonio, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 655

Overview

Lackland Elementary School
2460 Kenly Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78236
(210) 357-5053
Lackland Elementary School is located in San Antonio, TX and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
0%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
1%
Asian
2%
Two or more races
13%
Black
15%
Hispanic
23%
White
46%

Reviews11 Reviews

4.5
parent
This school is amazing! They have an all-day PreK program and I absolutely love my son's teacher. They do PE every day and have tons of exposure to music, art, technology, etc. We are moving and I want to bring this school with us.
parent
If I were only rating the teachers, I would have given 5 stars! However, I believe administrative leadership and communication is severely lacking. Messages regarding upcoming events are rarely given out with a standard 2 week notice. It feels like information is given at the last minute. Many parents and students do not know who the school leadership is. First impressions make a huge impact and please do not be put off by the front office. How she holds the position is a mystery. Again, I must emphasize that the teachers are wonderful! We have attended other schools over the years and this could be a great school with an experienced and/or more involved leader. I think more parental involvement should be encouraged not discouraged. There are many nice families at this school who will be more than happy to answer questions when you arrive!
parent
Absolutely wonderful! The teachers are very involved and the the school is lovely and clean.
parent
This is an amazing school. The teacher are great at communicating with the parents as well. Also the reading program is the best I have ever seen, they place the kids in classes based on their reading level not the age. I have a 8 yo son that reads at the 4th grade level and so he gets to go to a 4th grade class to read there are 3rd graders and 5th graders also in his reading class and it is really well structured so everyone learns and develops to get better. It encourages a lot of parent participation but it is not forced. If I could give the school 10 stars I would. Disregard the lady at the front desk she just seems angry, but the rest of the faculty and staff are great.
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