Mr. Reinhard's Announcements

Important Information

  • Check Classroom for current Zoom room links.


    STUDENTS - for the latest class-specific announcements and assignments, check our Google Classroom.


    Tutoring takes placed after school (3:45pm) on everyday except Wednesdays. Additionally, I am available before school with prior arrangements.


    Make sure to join one of our Reminds for up to the minute announcements.

    Text the following codes to 81010.

    AP Human Geography students - @hg-rein

    AP Human Geography Parents - @geo-p-rein

    Winston Churchill National Honor Society

    Sophomores and Juniors - If you are interested in National Honor Society, see one of the advisers - me (B210) or Mrs. Parker (8151).

    Invitations to apply will go out in late January or early February 2021. Sophomores and juniors with a 90 or better "straight" GPA (no multipliers) will receive an email invitation with instructions for applying. Inivitation emails will be sent to your school account.

Class Schedule

  • Period 1 MWF (10:00 - 11:00): AP Psychology

    Period 2 MWF (11:10 - 12:55): Sociology (B Lunch)

    Period 3 MWF (1:15 - 2:15): AP Human Geography

    Period 4 MWF (2:25 - 3:25): AP Human Geography

    Period 5 TR (10:00 - 11:30): AP Human Geography

    Period 6 TR (11:35 - 1:00): AP Psychology (B Lunch)


    Tutoring/Office Hours:

     Daily from 3:45pm - 4:30pm.

    I am also available by appointment 8am - 9:30am.

    Access my office hours by clicking here.



Degrees and Certifications:

BA in History and English, Texas A&M University MA in Education, University of Texas at San Antonio Social Studies 8-12 Certification English Language Arts 8-12 Certification

Mr. Zane Reinhard

I am excited to be a member of the Winston Churchill High School faculty! I've been a member of this awesome faculty and school since January 2012!

I was born and raised in San Antonio and have spent most of my life here. I attended Texas A&M University in College Station. I double majored in History and English and had the good fortune of being selected to the James Earl Rudder Normandy Scholar’s Program which gave me (and my wife) the opportunity to study abroad in France. After graduating, I worked for  13 years at a major financial institution where I worked in the training and development department managing and implementing instructional technologies across the U.S.

On a personal note, I am married and have a daughter, son-in-law and two young grandchildren. We're the epitome of an Aggie family, having all graduated from Texas A&M and spending our Saturdays during the Fall standing and yelling in support of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie football team. My wife and I love to travel, having traveled numerous times to Europe, the Caribbean, Latin America, and throughout the United States plus a few trips to South America. When we're at home, my time is spent "doctoring" up our 135 year old home and chasing my dogs out of places they shouldn't have been.