Seguin High School

Seguin High School, a dynamic 5A high school, is a campus where the administration, teachers, students and staff prescribe to one simple mission: SHS=Student Success!

Seguin High School has a rich tradition of producing successful students in areas such as academics, athletics, band, and career and technical education. The success of the students is due in part to the dedicated faculty and staff who will believe and carry out the mission of student success. As the Principal of this high school, I feel that my main responsibility is to give the school the structure to produce successful students in all walks of life that graduate from Seguin High School. These structures include Professional Learning Communities (PLC's) for our faculty to engage in meaningful conversations about improving student performance. In addition, our Language Ambassadors Program target ESL/LEP students by providing each with faculty case managers.  Our AVID and Early College High School programs focus on preparing for post-secondary success by emphasizing college readiness skills.

Finally, the school has many interventions built into the schedule, such as Virtual Learning, EOC enrichment, and Industry Practicums, which further provide the platforms for student success.

The vision of Seguin High School is to become the standard of excellence for transformative leadership, teaching, and learning in the greater San Antonio area, the State of Texas and beyond.


Hector Esquivel
Seguin High School Principal
"It's a Great Day to be a Matador!"

New Campus

Seguin High School begins a new era as we build a new campus designed to serve the needs of the future student and provide additional resources for the community. Ground breaking for the new campus began in the fall of 2014 and opened to faculty and students in the fall of 2017. The new facility will be able to service 2450 students and will feature flexible learning spaces for the Early College High School program where students can earn a workforce certification including up to a 60 college credit Associates Degree. The new campus cost just over $78 million to build and an additional $5 million technology bond was passed in order to fund technology enhancements throughout the district in order to meet the needs of the 21st century student.