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  • CAST Med High School's Mathematics Teacher, Mr. Oscar Garcia, was selected as the school's Teacher of the Year AND SAISD's Distinguished High School Teacher! Congratulations!

  • Students in class are conducting urinalysis tests on artificial urine samples for initial patient diagnosis.

  • Teachers selected Mr. Oscar Garcia, our Mathematics Teacher, as the 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year!

  • Students created unique Loteria Cards in Art for CAST Med High School's Loteria Night.

  • Dr. Rodriguez was awarded as the "Linguistically Responsive Principal of the Year," for high schools at the "Siempre Bilingüe" Summit. Congratulations Dr. Rodriguez!

  • PLTW Teacher, Ms. Jacobs, preparing a lab for students to learn how to draw blood.

  • CAST Med High School Students are also enrolled in Art Classes! Our students are creating amazing work!

  • A HUGE College Information Bulletin Board has been set up in the main hallway for students to find College Scholarship Opportunities!

  • CAST Med High School Students won 1st Place in the Speak Up, Speak Out San Antonio Regional Civics Fair!

  • Students continue to volunteer! Recently, our students participated in the City's Adopt-a-Spot event here around our campus!

  • Students in PLTW Class dissected cow eyes to compare them with human eyes. Do you see the lens in the bottom right photo?

  • The Girl's Inc. Event at CAST Med High School was a HUGE success!

  • CAST Med Juniors ordered their Senior Class Rings.

  • Volunteering is part of the "CAST Med Way" for our students! Students spent part of their weekend helping to distribute bikes as they worked with the SAVE Clinic!

  • CAST Med High School 9th Grade Students attended a field trip to UIW School of Osteopathic Medicine.

  • CAST Med High School 9th Grade Students attended a field trip to UIW School of Osteopathic Medicine.

  • Students participated in Red Ribbon Week by dressing up as Senior Citizens as a sign of growing old without drugs.

  • CAST Med High School Students dissecting brains in PLTW Class for identifying major brain structures.

  • CAST Med High School Students have volunteered twice at Young Women's Leadership Academy Primary on Saturday as they create their garden. This is part of the Community Service Club, sponsored by Ms. Mitchell, where all students can join!

  • Ms. Cortez, from Communities in Schools (CIS), holds a training session for CAST Med High School Teachers at 7:50AM to help students learn about Mindfulness.

  • CAST Med High School Students in PLTW (Project Lead the Way), learn about the cell membrane transport system using manipulatives.

  • CAST Med High School Spanish Students preparing their "Dia de los Muertos" Projects.

  • CAST Med Students actively engaged in Mr. Oscar Garcia's Geometry Class!

  • Students in Social Studies participated in Progressive Era "Speed Dating" as they shared with each other information they had learned.

  • CAST Med Students learning testing sensitivity using the Kirby-Bauer Method.

  • CAST Med High School Students leaving school on the school bus after tutorials.

  • Students participated in the city-wide Chalk It Up! Contest by drawing on the sidewalks around the school.

  • Students participated in the city-wide Chalk It Up! Contest by drawing on the sidewalks around the school.

  • Great morning with CAST Med working on the Page Park Farm at Young Women's Leadership Academy Primary, SAISD! For a solid 1.5 hours these young folks moved Quality Organic Products compost into a 50 ft x 50 ft plot that is being prepared for a Spring fruit and veggie planting in 2022!

  • CAST Med High School Students showing off their CAST Med School Spirit on Sprit Day.

  • CAST Med High School Spanish Spelling Bee participants.

  • CAST Med High School Students participated in Disney Day by dressing up as Disney Characters.

  • CAST Med Students are measuring bones to determine ethnicity, sex, age, and height of unidentified bones.

  • 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.

  • 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


Welcome to CAST Med High School’s Web Page!

CAST Med High School is in its third year of operation with 150 new 9Dr Eddie Rodriguez, Principalth grade students from all over San Antonio and the Bexar County 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.

Thank you!

Dr. Eddie Muzquiz Rodriguez

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