Relay San Antonio

The home of the Alamo is a city with a rich history and a bright future.
view of the San Antonio riverfront at night
Dean Chris Fraser
Two female graduate students
 A male graduate student

About Relay San Antonio

San Antonio is a city with a rich history and a bright future. You can see the history manifested in its landmarks (the Alamo), food (authentic tacos), and personality (Fiesta!). Relay San Antonio currently offers the following programs: Relay Teaching Residency and Master of Arts in Teaching: Content Intensive.
 

 

CAMPUS OVERVIEW

PROJECTED 2017-18 ENROLLMENT: 88

Salaries 

AVERAGE TEACHER SALARY: $55,486
AVERAGE RESIDENT SALARY: $30,000 (varies by school partner and role)

programs

Relay Teaching Residency 
Master of Arts in Teaching: Content Intensive

 

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Download the Texas Certification Highlights Guide for information about certification requirements and timelines.

Annie Hoffman - Acting Dean of San Antonio

Acting Dean Annie Hoffman

As Acting Dean of Relay San Antonio, Annie Hoffman oversees all aspects of teacher training. As a native Texan, she is thrilled to be leading Relay San Antonio in her home state and providing teachers with the knowledge and skills to be effective teachers for their PK-12 students.

Most recently, Hoffman took a sabbatical from her role as the Senior Director of Elementary Curriculum Design and Assistant Professor of Practice in Relay New York to teach first grade in the New York City Department of Education. Prior to joining Relay, Hoffman completed her Masters of Education in Language and Literacy at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She began her teaching career at Sherman Elementary in the Houston Independent School District. Hoffman earned her B.S. in magazine journalism from Syracuse University.

San Antonio Highlights

Get to know San Antonio, Texas.

CITY POPULATION: 1.3 million

 

CITY FUN

Fiesta is a week-long festival in April that  honors the fallen soldiers from the Battle of the Alamo and Battle of San Jacinto. The culminating event is the Battle of the Flowers Parade, which is a huge holiday for the city (it is also a school holiday).

The Alamo, one San Antonio’s signature tourist attractions, is located in the heart of the city. The city also created “Mission Reach”: bike trails that connect four additional missions.

While the commercial part of the Riverwalk is one of the best known aspects of San Antonio, the Riverwalk goes far beyond shopping. You can take a boat tour or follow the Riverwalk down South for a beautiful walk or jog.

Check out a Spurs game at the AT&T Center — there is a great food truck area!

GETTING AROUND

VIA Metropolitan Transit provides bus, van, and streetcar service in San Antonio, averaging 120,000 trips every weekday. Streets can be narrow and parking is limited in the city, so public transportation is encouraged. Learn more.

 

Contact Information

Address

Relay San Antonio
250 E Grayson St., Suite B
San Antonio, TX 78215


Email

support@relay.edu