In this article and video, Chris Bills (’21) talks about his desire to help those who are homeless after coming out to their families. https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021/05/19/henry-ford-academy-great-graduate-hopes-to-help-lgbtq-youth/
Watch the conversation between our Superintendent/Principal and Inga Cotton as they explore our school culture, offerings, and the upcoming school year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-Znvmm_LdQ
Ms. Jessica Sanchez is excited to return to our school. She was also a founding member of our school community and preceded Mr. Montez as our Superintendent/Principal. To ensure a smooth transition of school educational programming and operations, Ms. Sanchez began working closely with Mr. Montez on Oct. 2 and will continue to do so until his departure on October 9.
SAN ANTONIO, JUNE: As the 2020-2021 school year approaches, Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design is hosting online information sessions for families looking for an award-winning college-preparatory high school.
For a limited time, you can experience “Uncommon Art, Uncommon Times” – HFA’s 2020 Virtual Arts Showcase from the comfort and safety of your home. Our staff and students have created three interactive galleries for you to wander and enjoy at your own pace.
SAN ANTONIO, MAY 21st: While educators, students and families adapt to find “normalcy” amidst the COVID-19 quarantine, Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design
demonstrates a hope that still burns bright during these uncertain times.
We welcomed the KSAT team (at a social distance of course!) into our new space at UTSA to better understand the current HFA student learning experience. Art continues to be so important to our students – art as expression, therapy, community building, social commentary and more.
Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design (HFA), has developed and implemented an Alternate Learning Plan for its high school students as a result of COVID-19.
This afternoon, UTSA announced that it is extending spring break for its students through the week of March 15 so it can continue to prepare its campuses against the threat of coronavirus while ensuring the academic progress of its students. They are doing this with an abundance of caution and the knowledge that many of their students have traveled distances during their break.
The Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design is bringing its nationally recognized educational program to UTSA’s Downtown Campus beginning Jan. 6.