Answered By: Tom Bahlinger Last Updated: Jul 21, 2015 Views: 40
There are many possible answers to your question. I'll provide a few options. Since I don't know your age, some options may not apply to you.
1. Within the Alamo Colleges (at least at San Antonio College), seniors (age 65 and above) qualify to take tuition free academic credit classes ranging from Astronomy to Water Aerobics. http://www.alamo.edu/main.aspx?id=5637
2. Each of the Alamo Colleges has Continuing Education classes ranging from basic computer skills to leisure to professional certifications. Northwest Vista, for example, has an Academy for Lifelong Learning among its listings http://www.alamo.edu/nvc/business-and-community/
3. You may want to check the San Antonio Public Library's Events Calendar http://www.mysapl.org/calendar.aspx Also note the Quick View links to Lifelong Learning, Live Well/Age Smart, etc.
4. The public school districts have Adult and Community Education programs such as this one from Northside ISD: http://www.nisd.net/ace/
There are many other such programs, but this should get you started.