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Information on Alamo Heights, TX


Is Alamo Heights a Good Place to Live?

Alamo Heights is ranked 2nd for Best Suburbs to Live in the San Antonio Area by Niche. With a population of 8,374, the average house income is $141,048, and over 70% of the residents own their property. The average house value is around $627,500. If you are looking for an apartment in Alamo Heights, apartments usually rent for $1,533 a month.

Alamo Heights, Texas, has a very active community. The suburb passes out Fiesta Medals in March at the Town Hall. It has a 4th of July parade. Also, it has a “Greater Heights Night” held annually. For the last 50 years, the event celebrates the schools and helps raise money with silent and live auctions. Within the municipality, the town hall permits neighborhood block parties, walking, and running events. If you want to throw your own neighborhood event, the district asks you to fill out a permit so that the Police, Fire, and Public Works department can determine if it is safe to hold one.

What is Alamo Heights Zip Code?

Alamo Heights zip code is 78209. It's a suburb of San Antonio, TX, and is 5 miles from San Antonio’s downtown and 3 miles south of the San Antonio International Airport.

What School District Is Alamo Heights In?

Alamo Heights High School is in the Alamo Heights Independent School District. There are private high school options as well, including Keystone, St. Mary’s Hall, Incarnate Wood, and St. Anthony Catholic High School.

What is Alamo Heights High School Mascot?

Alamo Heights High School Mascot is a mule. Your child can be a “mule pusher,” which is part of the official booster club for all sanctioned clubs and teams. Their focus is to acknowledge and support students’ success. Children may also participate on the Mule Team, which is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides funding for sport-related extracurricular programs. Alamo Heights High School has a variety of sports, including Men’s baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, water polo, and track and field. Women’s sports included basketball, cheerleading, dance, golf, soccer, softball, volleyball, water polo, and track and field. The combined sports programs include athletic training, cross country, intramural, tennis, swimming, diving, plus strength and conditioning. If your child is not interested in sports, there are a variety of clubs and organizations the high school offers, such as choir, band, national honor society, and student council.

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