William J. Brennan High School

William J. Brennan High School
2400 Cottonwood Way
San Antonio, Texas 78253
Coordinates 29°27′29″N 98°43′30″W / 29.458°N 98.725°W / 29.458; -98.725Coordinates: 29°27′29″N 98°43′30″W / 29.458°N 98.725°W / 29.458; -98.725

School type Public, high school
Founded 2010
School district Northside Independent School District
Principal Gerardo Marquez
Grades 9–12
Campus Suburban
Color(s)           Black & Gold
Mascot Bears
Feeder schools
Dolph Briscoe Middle School

William J. Brennan High School is the 10th and the newest high school in the Northside Independent School District of San Antonio, Texas, United States. It opened in 2010. It is a 4A high school with freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The first senior class at William J. Brennan High School graduated in 2012.

Area Served By William J. Brennan H.S.

Brennan seves all areas west of Loop 1604 from just south of the Alamo Ranch neighborhoods west to the Medina County/Bexar County line near Texas State Highway 211 (Hill Country Parkway), extending south to near Marbach Road and its intersection at Grosenbacher Road. The far west areas of San Antonio, Texas are experiencing rapid growth and William J. Brennan H.S. helps to alleviate crowded conditions at neighboring William Howard Taft High School and John Paul Stevens High School.


As with all the high schools in the Northside Independent School District, it was named after a United States Supreme Court Justice, William J. Brennan. He was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Eisenhower in 1956 and eventually retired in 1990. He died in 1997 at the age of 91.

Feeder Schools

Feeder elementary schools include: Behlau, Galm, Hoffman, Langley, Lieck, and Ott.

Feeder middle schools include: Luna and Briscoe.

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