For over 23 years, NHI@SA has promoted leadership by examining the character, ethics, beliefs and morals of high achieving Latino Youth.

ABOUT NHIatSA

The National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio (NHI@SA), formerly the San Antonio Community Leadership Council (SACLC), is a volunteer base of passionate parents, young professionals and NHI alumni who actively and innovatively engage the youth of the community. As we see these demographic shifts that will necessitate more education, more inspiration, more training and leadership, NHI@SA does so by creating supplemental leadership and managerial experiences for very young high school age students, their teachers, and parents and families alike. This is also achieved by having initiatives in middle school, so very young middle and high school age students begin to view themselves as leaders of today.

 

For over 23 years, NHI@SA has promoted leadership by examining the character, ethics, beliefs and morals of high achieving Latino Youth. We work to engage youth in the global Latino Community, reaching beyond the borders of the mainland United States and into México, Argentina, Panama, and Puerto Rico to name a few. We urge students to begin to view themselves through a different set of social lenses and shift the paradigm by which they view the Latino Community.

 

Furthermore there is a call for these youth to become crafters of a new tomorrow, as they are already leaders in their own right. Because NHI@SA believes in creating an environment of high standards, we constantly surround the students amongst staff that has been through these leadership experiences and continues to be involved in new and innovative ways. The staff consists of high school students from schools across the city and includes alumni or current students at some of the top institutions in the country such as Stanford University, Yale University, and Rice University, among others. Students who participate in these leadership experiences are equipped with the knowledge and skill sets necessary to succeed in exceptional higher learning environments.

Participating San Antonio Area Schools

Communication Arts HS

Edison HS

Fox Tech Health & Law Professions

Harlandale HS

Health Careers HS

Highlands HS

Holmes HS

Holy Cross HS

IDEA South Flores College Prep

Incarnate Word HS

International School of the

   Americas

Jefferson HS

Johnson HS

John Jay HS

Judson Early College Academy

 

Advanced Learning Academy

Alamo Heights HS

Antonian College Preparatory

BASIS

Boerne HS

Brackenridge HS

Brandeis HS

Brennan HS

Brooks Academy of Science       

   & Engineering

Brooks Collegiate Academy

Burbank HS

Business Careers HS

Central Catholic HS

Churchill 

Clark HS

Judson HS

Kennedy HS

Keystone HS

Lanier HS

Lee HS

Legacy Christian Academy

Marshall HS

Memorial HS

O'Connor HS

Pearsall HS

Pleasanton HS

Providence HS

Reagan HS

Roosevelt HS

School of Science & Technology

Smithson Valley HS

St. Mary's Hall

Somerset HS

South San HS

South Side HS

Southwest HS

St. Anthony Catholic HS

St. Phillip's Early College HS

Stevens HS

Taft HS

Texas Military Institute

Travis Early College HS

Wagner HS

Warren HS

Young Women’s Leadership

   Academy 

Truman Middle School

Wrenn Middle School