33 out of 10GreatSchools

Villarreal Elementary School

San Antonio, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 713


Villarreal Elementary School
2902 White Tail Drive
San Antonio, TX 78228
(210) 397-5800
Villarreal Elementary School is located in San Antonio, TX and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Two or more races

Reviews5 Reviews

Coming from a military family, we have moved a lot. I will never understand why the rating at this school are not 10/10, maybe it is because a lot of the students parents are not bilingual. The educators CARE. I’ve been advocating for my child since day 1 and starting in pre-k they are always willing to offer free tutoring, after school help, they are always willing to meet with the parents. This school is outstanding. With all of the programs they offer, dual language, ESL, ect. They’re AMAZING! Bravo Villarreal Staff thank you for loving our children!
Villarreal Elementary is special because of all the different effective programs it carries out (ESL, Dual Language, Bilingual, Special Education, etc...) You will have children from all around the world learning English, and white kids speaking Spanish. The teachers at this school know how to build strong relationships with their students while still knowing how to challenge them academically. Really special school and it is very community based!! My kids love it here! Amazing school.
I wish I could give this school 0 stars. Being a military family my kids have had the opportunity to go to wonderful schools across the nation. This school is by far the worst school I have ever seen. The principal and vice principal have no professional qualities. The teachers are suppose to be dual qualified but i have no idea how because my son's teacher speaks like a valley girl, my daughter's teacher texts on her phone through out the day, the art teacher has them just coping her idea's, and we have only had 1 library book come home since the beginning of school. This school has so many things wrong with it that it feels like I'm sending my kids to prison when i take them. Last year I had 3 GT students who loved to learn and would wake me up to take them to school. I now have 3 broken down children who are praying for summer and cry during homework.
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