Program & Services
Explore the many options and opportunities available to students.
The Huebner Makerspace Lab is a weekly class dedicated to teaching curriculum using the STEAM approach to learning. STEAM learning uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics for student inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. The Makerspace Lab encourages students to invent, create and learn in a nontraditional setting.
The Huebner Library is a dynamic hub where students are free to read, learn and grow. The library program consists of instruction in information literacy using print and technology resources, a variety of reading promotion programs to target all types of readers and a rich and diverse collection of books for students and staff.
Various afterschool enrichment opportunities are provided including music, sports, coding, book clubs, and more.
In addition to Music & Physical Education, all students receive Visual Art instruction in the regular specials rotation.
Unique Opportunities in Our Clusters
After elementary school, your child will discover even more opportunities at Bradley Middle School. As their academic foundation expands in the classroom, their circle of friends and experiences will grow through new opportunities in Athletics, Fine Arts, Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, competitive UIL contests, and more.
At Churchill High School or MacArthur High School, your child will excel academically and socially while embracing beloved campus traditions with memories that will last a lifetime. Your child has the freedom and support to pursue their passions in a variety of nationally recognized programs, organizations, and clubs—from Athletics to JROTC, Band, Dance, PALS, Photography, UIL, and much more.
MacArthur is proud to be the only Dual Language high school in NEISD with thriving bilingual, bi-literate, and bicultural students. MacArthur is also home to NEISD’s unique magnet programs MacUP and iCSI. These future educators get a head start as a UTSA student and can graduate with more than 50 hours of college credit that goes toward their teaching degree.