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Welcome to Helotes

Helotes, derived from the Spanish word elote meaning corn, is a quickly growing town on the outskirts of San Antonio. Once used as a stopping point for cowboys driving their cattle from Bandera to San Antonio, Helotes now is home to over 7,000 residents. It’s small town charm and country flare blend so seamlessly in Old Town Helotes with boutique clothing shops to the famous dance hall, John T. Floores Country Store.

There are many thriving neighborhoods in Helotes, from established large acre lots to newly built stylish homes. Helotes’s economic prosperity has allowed residents of all financial backgrounds to call this place home.

Schools

  • Los Reyes Elementary School
  • Helotes Elementary School
  • Sara B. McAndrew Elementary School
  • Henderson Elementary School
  • Charles L. Kuentz Jr. Elementary School
  • Bob Beard Elementary School
  • Dean H. Krueger Elementary School
  • Katherine Stinson Junior High School
  • Rawlinson Junior High School
  • John Folks Junior High School
  • Hector Garcia Junior High School
  • Wallace B. Jefferson Junior High School
  • Sandra Day O’Connor High School
  • Tom C. Clark High School
  • William H. Taft High School
  • Louis D. Brandeis High School

Helotes is serviced by the Northside Independent School District, the largest district in the San Antonio area.

The community is dedicated to keeping the family-friendly atmosphere alive with events year-round such as the Cornyval Festival, Winterfest, the local Miss Helotes Pageant, 4-H activities and so much more. Helotes was even voted the Best Small Town to Raise Kids in 2013. There are plenty of adult activities as well such as Wine to Coffee Art Walk, concerts at Floores Country Store, and shopping for all kinds. Agriculture plays a huge role in this town with a local 4-H chapter as well as O’Connor High School’s Future Farmers of America program. In Helotes, kids and adults alike can learn the valuable lessons of raising livestock, farming techniques, trades such as welding, and everything in between.

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