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FIVE CAST Med High School Students were accepted into the Mayor's Fitness Council as Ambassadors! Congratulations!
Students learned about ELISA. Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) is a very sensitive immunochemical technique which is used to access the presence of specific protein (antigen or antibody) in the given sample and it’s quantification.
CAST Med High School Students learning how to use micropipettes in their Project Lead the Way Course with a neat activity.
During both lunches, students enrolled into school clubs outside in our courtyard.
CAST Med High School Students signed up for an array of school club opportunities!
A NEW School Year begins at CAST Med High School.
During the July Summer Jump Start, all students participated in field trips to Mission San Jose.
CAST Med Students learned about Mission San Jose's Rose Window from one of the descendants of its creator.
During the CAST Network's Back-to-School-Bash at the NEW Frost Bank Tower, one of our students, Honor S., sang to teachers and guests.
Some of our students participated in a Summer Internship with the SAVE Clinic. They did this at the end of their 9th Grade!
Bioscience students created fake burns to later learn how to treat them.
Biology students are growing plants using hydroponics.
CAST Med High School Pennants
CAST Med is in the DNA!
Hands-On Learning as seen here in a sheep brain dissection.
CAST Med High School Students working hard in their English II Class.
Students doing Urinalysis Tests in Project Lead the Way Class.
Texas A&M-San Antonio University Acceptance Package piece!
CAST Med High School Students, and Ms. Mitchell, volunteered on Saturday helping out families at Habitat for Humanity.
CAST Med High School students volunteered at Habitat for Humanity on Saturday.
Welcome to CAST Med High School’s Web Page!
CAST Med High School is in its third year of operation with 150 new 9th grade students from all over San Antonio and the Bexar Country Area. We are a public high school located at Brooks, in the southeastern part of San Antonio, in the San Antonio Independent School District and part of the CAST Network of Schools. CAST stands for Centers for Applied Science and Technology and our school, CAST Med, has three pathways for students to choose from: Biomedical Research, Medical Professions, and Public Health.
As a fairly new school, our goal is to not only accept students with all learning abilities but to prepare them for college courses with the help of our teachers and staff, parents, and the involvement of our many business and community partners.
Despite the pandemic this past school year, our students were still able to achieve amazing scores on STAAR, the State Assessments, thanks to the hard work of students, teachers, and parents. We are ranked 3rd out of all schools in SAISD when looking at scores in "Meets" and "Masters" of these assessments!
We are excited about this school year since our juniors will be taking classes with our new college partner, Texas A&M University--San Antonio, and look forward to great learning experiences for our students. If you would like more information than you see here on-line, please do not hesitate to call our school or email us.
For more information about our school, please click here.
Dr. Eddie Muzquiz Rodriguez
Cast Med High School | 2601 Louis Bauer Drive | San Antonio, Tx 78235 | phone: (210) 228-3380 | Fax: (210)
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