End of School Year Picnic – Landa Park


Our kindergarten through 7th grade students enjoyed an end of the school year picnic at Landa Park in New Braunfels today.  Thanks to Mrs. Flynn, who spearheaded the operation from start to finish and to each parent who helped to make this field trip an enjoyable success.  Special appreciation goes out to the Cervenka’s and the Palmer family for taking care of food and transportation needs. The ribs were killer!

-Mr. Taylor

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Students of the Month – May 2016

Congratulations, students!


Front row, from left: Miles Tudhope, Kara Cross, Michael Holland, Tenleigh Moy, Sadie Barnes

Top row, from left: Malayna Urtiaga, Addison Gregoire, Emily Owen, Luke Habinecht

La Vernia News

Our April Students of the Month are featured in the Youth section (p. 12) of the May 12th edition of the LV News.





Enroll Now for 2016-2017!


Classes are filling up!  Call now to reserve your spot for the 2016-2017 school year!  Enrollment forms can be found under the Admissions link at the homepage or stop by the office to pick one up. Please check the school website or call (210) 649-1178 if you have any questions.

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SSBA Students of the Month — April 2016

Top row, from left: Kianna Thomas, Shayla Urtiaga, Abigail Owen, Elizabeth Alderete

Front row, from left: Japser Aunkst, June Aunkst, Gavin McCreary, Lorelei McCreary, Samuel Castaneda


Hard work and dedication pays off.  Congratulations, students!

-Mr. Taylor

SSBA Students of the Month — LV Paper

Congratulations once again to our students of the month for March 2016.  The students are featured in the April 7th edition of the La Vernia News.  Pick up your copy today at most local convenience stores.



SSBA Students of the Month — March 2016

Congratulations to our students of the month for March 2016.


Front row, left-right: Chelsi Dalton, Aaron Palmer, Kyndal Marin, Hunter Monteith, Madelyn Knox

Back row, left-right: Kailyn Kincaid, Ethan Gunn, Ethan Gearty, Zane Edwards

Well done, students!  Praise the Lord!

-Mr. Taylor

February Students of the Month

Congratulations to our students of the month for February 2016!


Back row, left-right: Paula Rodriguez, Jared Null, Skylar Shaw, Brandon Null

Front row, left- right: Kadyn Zamzow, Grant Wiatrek, Makenna Burger, Max Otto, Tanleigh Moy

Well done, students!

-Mr. Taylor

Love Is A Verb


It’s never more obvious than during Valentine’s Day that, at least romantically, the idea of love has been hijacked by our culture and its meaning so convoluted that the world’s “love” is something out of our control—a trance-like state that befalls anyone in the path of Cupid’s arrow; hapless victims seized by a force beyond themselves and unable to do anything about this purely emotional condition (i.e., “I’ve fallen in love; We fell out of love, etc.”).

Thankfully, the Bible is clear that love isn’t something that happens to you, it’s what God commands of us: to love Him, our spouse, our neighbor, even our enemy. Love is a commitment to be made. A decision. An act of the will.

That commitment of course leads us to action, and may be accompanied by emotion as we demonstrate our genuine concern for the well being of others in tangible, meaningful ways. But the point is love is a commandment to be obeyed, regardless of our feelings or whether we think someone deserves it. Our chief example is Romans 5:8: But God commendeth His love toward us in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

Ultimately however, whether you’re buying your wife flowers, providing a meal for someone in need, or simply going out of your way to be kind and gracious to the waitress who can’t get your order right, it is imperative for us to remember that it’s all about God’s glory.

In 7th grade English class, my students are reading Anne of Green Gables. This line from the classic novel leaped off the page at me one day as we read it in class:

“[Anne] knew and cared nothing about God’s love, since she had never had it translated to her through the medium of human love.”

Ultimately, this love we show others needs to direct people to the God who first loved us—making Him known to those who need Him as we strive to pursue His glory above all.

Jason Taylor

January Students of the Month

Last month’s students of the month are featured in the February 4th edition of the La Vernia News!  Great job, students!