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Restore Education

Listing Last Update: August 25, 2020


4205 San Pedro Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212

Primary Contact

Kerri Rhodes

(210) 432-6123

Educational services

  • To read and write better
  • To study for my high school equivalency exam
  • To learn English
  • To improve my math skills
  • To improve my technology skills

Instruction Type

  • Classroom
  • Computer
  • Instruction in Spanish

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Program Overview

Self-paced GED program; free college preparation

English & Spanish GED and HiSET

Career training classes: CNA, Administrative Assistant, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality, Phlebotomy, Medical Assistant, and more!

Mission Statement

Our mission is to transform at-risk individuals into
successful college and career-ready students, so that they can achieve the future they deserve as self-supporting adults, role models as parents, and as contributing members of the community.

Hours of operation: See Website

Cost info: All programs at Restore Education are free of charge to eligible applicants.

Student and Volunteer Success Stories

I left school in Mexico to move to San Antonio with my husband. I always wanted to finish school. However, the education system here in the United States is very different, and I wasn't sure how to begin. Soon, I became a mom and focused on my children.

I had almost given up on my own education, until a friend suggested Restore Education. While at Restore Education, I have achieved more than I ever imagined. I've earned my GED and am now pursuing a new dream – opening my own family business.

When my family saw me walk across the graduation stage with a High School Equivalency and Entrepreneurship Certificate, I am not sure who was more proud: my husband, my children, or me. I am currently enrolled in the Administrative Assistant course so that I can keep learning, while I save to open my new business.

– Evelin, 2017 graduate

Program’s Demographics/Metrics

Student profile:

92% minority

68% female

52% unemployed

75% low-income

90% would be 1st generation college students

50% parents

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