Students: 275 | Faculty: 75 | Grades: 7-12 | Gender: Coed
San Marcos Baptist Academy
Located in the Texas Hill Country, and one mile outside of the bustling city of San Marcos, Texas, the San Marcos Baptist Academy is a private, Christian, coeducational, college-preparatory school centering on world-class education in a structured environment.
The academy offers boarding options for applicable students, and compels its students in their pursuit of academic excellence by means of small student-to-teacher ratios, technologically-based academic curricula, and a thoroughly challenging academic environment.
Students can participate in advanced placement and dual-credit coursework.
The majority of graduates attend college after graduation, and in 2012, earned in excess of $2 million in scholarships for colleges and universities nationwide.
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