Schools

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T.A. Brown Elementary

  • 86.4% of students economically disadvantaged
  • 69.7% English language learners
  • 353 students enrolled
  • ~60 students in SBSK
  • Where We’ve Seen God Move: AISD! The administration and staff at T.A. Brown have become some of SBSK’s biggest advocates over the years. Because of the relationships God cultivated and nurtured within the school district, doors are opening for SBSK to expand.
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J.J. Pickle Elementary

  • 90.4% of students economically disadvantaged
  • 78.3% English language learners
  • 637 students enrolled
  • ~90 students in SBSK
  • Where We’ve Seen God Move: Students! It is a privilege for SBSK staff to watch the Gospel transform students’ lives in a community where it’s easy for students to fall through the cracks. Despite the hardship that sometimes happens at home or at school, SBSK students know that they are loved by the Creator of the Universe.
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Webb Early College Prep Academy

  • 96.2% of students economically disadvantaged
  • 81.3% English language learners
  • 262 students enrolled
  • ~40 students in SBSK
  • Where We’ve Seen God Move: Parents! The families at Webb have welcomed SBSK with open arms. They bring food for parties, volunteer in the classrooms, and attend all SBSK events! SBSK staff are grateful for this divine partnership.
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Mollie Barrington Elementary

  • 77.5% of students economically disadvantaged
  • 70.1% English language learners
  • 542 students enrolled
  • ~30 students in SBSK
  • Where We’ve Seen God Move: Afterschool Teachers! God has worked so mightily in the lives of our SBSK staff at Barrington. Our teachers have grown tremendously in classroom management, creativity, and, most importantly, their own walk with God!
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Lee Lewis Campbell Elementary Media and Performing Arts Institute

  • 88.1% of students economically disadvantaged
  • 20.6% English language learners
  • 194 students enrolled
  • ~30 students in SBSK
  • One of TWO new schools! Read our blog to find how we're "Coming Full Circle" this fall.
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Oak Hill Elementary

  • 35.9% of students economically disadvantaged

  • 31% English language learners

  • 830 students enrolled

  • ~30 students in SBSK

  • One of TWO new schools! Read our blog to find out how we’re “Serving the Southwest” this fall.