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What is a charter school?
A charter school is a tuition-free school of choice that is publicly funded but independently run. Find out more about charter schools on the Texas Education Agency website.

What is the philosophy at Jubilee?
Jubilee Academies is committed to the goal of excellence in education for all children. To achieve our goal, we will meet the needs of our students through the development of a strong academic program consisting of basic skills in reading, writing, and math with the opportunity for challenge beyond the basics. Jubilee Academies will concurrently foster the positive character traits of self-esteem and self-discipline which will promote pride and responsibility in the students for their community and their country.

Discover more about us at our Mission, Vision and the Jubilee Way page.

How many schools are there in the Jubilee Academies family of schools?
We currently have 11 campuses throughout the South Texas region. Go to our Schools page for details on each.

Are students required to wear uniforms?
Yes, uniforms are mandatory for all students at Jubilee Academies. Visit our School Uniforms page to view and purchase.

Is Jubilee free admission?
Yes. We are tuition-free public school.

How do I enroll my child?

Begin the enrollment process online or visit one of our campuses to complete an application, and return in person or by email or fax. 

Where is Jubilee Academies District Office located?
4434 Roland Rd, San Antonio Texas, 78222
Are the teachers certified?
Yes. For more information please view the High Qualified Report.
What grade levels are at Jubilee Academies?
Pre-K through 12.

How long has Jubilee Academies been open?
For twenty years, Jubilee Outreach Christian Academy operated as a private academy. In January 2000, Jubilee transitioned into Jubilee Academic Center, an open-enrollment charter school in San Antonio, Texas. In 2017, we changed our name to Jubilee Academies.

Jubilee Academies does not discriminate against any member of its community on the basis of gender, race, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disabilities or handicap in educational programs or activities.