About Jubilee Highland Hills
Jubilee Highland Hills first opened its doors to the community in August 2003 as Omega Academy at 3737 Roosevelt Ave. Serving nearly 60 students during that time, it was the second Jubilee Academic Center campus in the Bexar County area. Since the inception, the campus has continued to make significant strides. By fall of 2008, the positive increase in enrollment called for a relocation of the site to 502 E. Southcross and became known as Alpha Leadership Academy. Three years later, Alpha added Premier Leadership Academy as an expansion site at 1630 Goliad, serving Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade. 2015 marks the merge of both campuses and the official transition from Alpha Leadership Academy to Premier Leadership Academy.
During 2016-2017 academic school year, Premier joined a new innovative model to teach the whole student. The expansion moved students from their current location to the Jubilee Highland Hills, a state-of-the-art facility, serving Prekindergarten through 8th grade.
For the 2018-2019 school year Jubilee Highland Hills has grown to over 1,000 students and serves PK-8th grade.
Jubilee Highland Hills is a unique public school model that prepares kids for a competitive future in three essential ways: Academics + Athletics + Character. We take outstanding instructors, proven teaching methods and develop innovative and effective ways to help educate the ‘whole child’. In combination with the athletic curriculum, the academic program is based on a back-to-basics curriculum, accelerated pace of study, and high expectations for lifelong success.
The Jubilee Highland Hills curriculum is designed to embrace and represent the ‘healthy body, prepared mind’ philosophy. We place a strong focus on character building by utilizing The Leader in Me and The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Leadership by Stephen Covey. The Jubilee model integrates planned, age-appropriate, fitness program and facility featuring advanced technology and physical education components to develop the healthy body of each child. The district and school-wide initiatives such as the Workshop Model and Raise Up Texas promote student learning in every classroom.