"Give honor to all, love the community,
fear God, honor the king." ~ 2 Peter 2:17
Weekly School Schedule: October 12th
  • Friday, 9th | ASVAB testing Juniors and Seniors
  • Friday, 9th | Sophomore Grade Level Activity
  • Tuesday, 13th | Morning Mass and UIW on the Spot Acceptances
  • Wednesday, 14th | Morning Mass and PSAT/SAT
  • Friday, 16th | End of the Quarter
  • Friday, 16th | Class of 2024 Grade Level Activity Day
  • Tuesday, 20th | Morning Mass and St. Mary's on the Spot Acceptances
  • Thursday, 22nd | National Spanish Honor Society Induction
Antonian Online Gala and Tuition Raffle
We are still in need of a themed basket for the auction. Sending a monetary contribution is also an option and we will be happy to purchase your gift card. Items should be delivered or mailed to Antonian no later than November 1. Also, please fill out a donation form along with your donation (click here to download)
Student Services and Activities
Run With A Mission 5K
Walk, run, or bike with your family to benefit Antonian College Preparatory High School.

Your registration benefits Antonian and comes with a t-shirt and other fun items. You can complete your 5K anytime virtually between October 11th and October 25th at any location.

Even if you don't do a 5K run or walk, your registration will benefit Antonian!
Freshmen Grade Level

On Friday, October 16th, we will host our freshmen for a grade level activity day. We will begin our activity with some homecoming activities as a result we ask that freshmen do the following to prepare:

  • Arrive by 8:00 a.m.
  • Come in spirit attire
  • Dismissal is between 12:00 and 12:30 p.m.

Lunch will not be served, but the Dining Express will be open after school.
Antonian "Pink Out" Shirts Now on Pre-Order
Each year during the month of October, Antonian hosts "pink out" nights through the athletic department. All proceeds will go to Texas Wings, an organization that provides breast health services to women who are uninsured.

Volleyball "Pink Out" Night: October 27th
Football "Pink Out" Night: October 30th
Homecoming Spirit Week
Spirit Week is always one of the main highlights during the school year. Due to the pandemic, our approach is changing to maintain the safety of our school community.

With that, a detailed email will be sent to our students on Friday. It will discuss how they can further help their grade levels earn points by outside participation. The opportunities for extra points include.

Hope for the Future Run With A Mission Virtual 5K: 10/11 - 10/25

Breast Cancer Awareness: 10/19-10/23

Food Drive: 10/26-30; 11/2-11/4

Gala Donation: 10/05-11/04
Luby's Dining Card Distribution
Dining Cards:   Instructions to help assist with activating and loading the card can be viewed by clicking the button below. Please keep in mind that it will take a full 24 hours (Monday - Friday) before the card is activated and funds are available. Before completing the upload process, please verify the card number that has been entered is correct.  If the dining card is loaded on site, funds are available immediately!
2020-2021 Financial Assistance
  • Tuition Assistance: The Hope for the Future office will hold a third round of awards. Grant and Aid applications will close for third round considerations on October 16th with finalized awards on November 6th. In addition, Antonian's tuition assistance committee will postpone its meeting to October to ensure families with a calculated financial need that have not already been assisted are reviewed. Please know that the Committee prayerfully considers every application with the goal of helping as many families as possible with a calculated financial need. If you have experienced a financial hardship, please work directly with our Business Office staff.

2020-2021 Tuition Past Due Balances
  • Past Due Balances and Missed Payments:  Tuition is due on the 5th of every month, unless other arrangements have been made. Past due balances and missed payments have an impact on the cash resources used to meet our financial obligations. It is Antonian's policy that a past due balance can not be carried more than 60 days and missed or unsuccessful payments are subject to late or return fees that can not be waived, so please plan accordingly. Again, if you have experienced or are experiencing a financial hardship please work directly with our Business Office staff as soon as possible.
First Quarter Deadline Approaching

Keep in mind that the end of the first quarter is quickly approaching and all work is due from students by Friday, October 16, 2020.

Please check the Acsender grade portal and have your student communicate with their teachers if there is a need.

It is not too late to get tutoring and academic support. Together we can end the semester strong!
Testing Information: PSAT/SAT
On October 14, 2020, Antonian will administer either the PSAT or SAT to all Antonian students. To maintain social distancing and capacity limitations, we will have a special testing schedule. No lunches will be available and students are encouraged to bring a snack and something to drink. Students should also bring at least two (2) #2 pencils. We will not be allowed to share or distribute pencils. 
The SAT is used for college admission purposes, qualification for entrance into specific college programs, and for scholarships. Since many testing sites have cancelled their Saturday SAT administrations, it is very important for students to be on campus and prepared to do their best on October 14. 

While many colleges are test optional, admission into specific programs may still require an SAT score to qualify. The PSAT is used at the campus level to qualify all students for entrance into dual credit level courses. Additionally, juniors have the opportunity to use the PSAT as a qualifying test for National Merit scholarships.

The PSAT 8-9 gives freshmen the opportunity to take a nationally standardized test under timed conditions and gives them a baseline score to develop skills required for success at the college level. All students will have access to their College Board accounts for test prep, college and career exploration, and scholarship opportunities.
Senior: On The Spot Information
Please click on the flyers below to view deadline information along with requirements.
Campus Ministry
Help Jack Find A Home
Last February, Theology teacher, Ms. Alban and her community of religious women adopted a puppy, but due to extenuating circumstances they need to find him a new home. If you are interested (or know of someone who might be) please share this information with them. Those who are interested are asked to submit their information by clicking the button above.
Name: Jack
Age: 10 months
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
Weight: 15 pounds
Height: 20" inches

He is house-trained and likes to always be around people. He is high energy, mischievous, friendly, and needs daily walks. When under stress, he eats/destroys any toy he finds. Due to some circumstances, we couldn't give him proper training to be less demanding and more independent, but with proper training he will succeed! 
Service Hours

A total of 100 hours of service is required for graduation. Students will go through an orientation for the service hour component at the beginning of the school year. Hours completed in the summer 2020 will apply to the 2020-2021 school year. 

Normally, each grade level will be assigned a particular focus area. Because of the challenges COVID-19 creates for participating in traditional forms of service, we are making a temporary change to this practice. Students from any grade level will be able to complete their service hours in any of the following three focus areas: 

The Hungry and Homeless
The Sick, the Elderly, and the Disabled
Teaching the Disadvantaged
New Updates

Our Librarian, Mrs. Hernandez has been working hard to catalog and organize our online resources so that they are easily accessible to our students.

She invites our students to access these resources. She also invites students to join the ACP Book Club.

To learn more, we invite you to visit these helpful pages full of resources on our website by clicking here.
Antonian Prayer Request
We invite you to submit your prayer request by using the button below. 
Quick Links
Standard Of The Month
This week we honor Antonian senior, Hunter Haynes. His submission was sent to us and we thank him for being a representation of what this standard means.

"Hunter is honored to be an Apache and so proud to wear the RED. Hunter has grown so much -- into a respectful young man who takes all responsibility for his work.

He enjoys helping others in need and motivates them along the way. He’s a true leader, as he seeks input from others to ensure they all have what it takes to be the best team ever."
Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Valadez
Mrs. Valadez

As a Catholic School, we believe that the holistic formation of our students includes their faith and spiritual growth.  

With this, at the forefront of what we do, we find that we must often look within to reflect those standards to which we uphold our students, too.

Such a teacher who does so is Theology teacher, Mrs. Patricia Valadez. With a successful accumulation of experience and guidance, Mrs. Valadez is known for her compassion and respect for others.

With a passion for helping others and as a breast cancer survivor, we thank Mrs. Valadez for shining her light through example.
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