28 celebrities who went to high school in San Antonio

High school bragging rights are no joke in San Antonio, and there's no better way to up the ante than laying claim…

By San Antonio Current Staff

John Quiñones, Brackenridge High School
TV personality Juan Manuel "John" Quiñones was born in the Alamo City in 1952, and attended Brackenridge HS before heading to St. Mary's University for college, with the help of the Upward Bound program. Now, he's best known for hosting ABC's What Would You Do?
Photo via Instagram /  johnquinones
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32 celebrities that were born in San Antonio, including some that may surprise you

Whether they stayed in San Antonio for the long haul or grew up elsewhere, these celebrities were all born in the Alamo…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Jared Padalecki
Jared Padalecki's breakout role may have been playing Dean Forester on Gilmore Girls, but he'll likely always be remembered for his 15-season run as Sam Winchester on Supernatural. The actor was born in the Alamo City in 1982 and graduated from Madison HS and now calls Austin home.
Photo via The CW / Supernatural
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20 Celebrities Who Went to High School in San Antonio

It's common knowledge that San Antonians take a lot of pride in where they attended high school. So, we rounded up 20…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Shawn Michaels
Though he was born in Arizona, Shawn Michaels’ ties to SA make him the prodigal son of the Alamo City. No, not really, but we do rep him since he attended Randolph HS on base. He would later be trained by local, yet acclaimed boxing legend José Lothario.
Photo courtesy of WWE
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30 Celebrities That Were Born in San Antonio

Whether they stayed around and grew up in the 2-1-0 or moved on outside of the Alamo City, these celebrities were all…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Summer Glau
Actress Summer Glau has been repping SA since being born here in 1981. Due to her scholarship to a ballet academy, she was homeschooled to accommodate her training. She eventually had an injury that ended her dance career and inspired her to follow acting. She’s known for Arrow, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and more.
Photo via Netflix / Arrow
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