Save the Date for the Diplomás Dual Credit Symposium

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Save the Date for the Diplomás Dual Credit Symposium

Dual credit is an increasingly popular strategy for increasing post-secondary enrollment and attainment for all students. Join us for a discussion with Dr. Daniel P. King, Superintendent of Pharr San Juan Alamo ISD and local education leaders to discuss the opportunities, challenges and resources needed to implement an effective dual credit program.

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San Antonio Youth Commission Starts the Year Strong

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San Antonio Youth Commission Starts the Year Strong

It’s only October, but the San Antonio Youth Commissioners have been busy planning events and learning about their community. 20 commissioners representing each city council district have been meeting since August to plan outreach efforts and get more connected to their city.

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GenTXSA Celebrates FAFSA Season

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GenTXSA Celebrates FAFSA Season

FAFSA Season has kicked off and some students are ahead of the game! GenTXSA has been rewarding students who have completed financial aid forms and college applications with incentives like Garmin VivoFit bands and Speakers. These students have shown dedication to their futures beyond high school are thrilled for their next steps!

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Financial Aid and College Application Phone Bank Reaches Hundreds

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Financial Aid and College Application Phone Bank Reaches Hundreds

On October 12th, volunteers from school districts, colleges and universities packed the room at Univision to answer questions about financial aid and college applications! Volunteers called high school seniors from San Antonio ISD and Harlandale ISD to remind them to complete their FAFSA and visit their campus GO centers. Students and families from all over […]

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Data Moment: Pell Funds Left on the Table

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Data Moment: Pell Funds Left on the Table

Bexar County students left over $23.3 million of Pell Grant aid on the table by not completing the FAFSA in the 2015-16 school year. P16Plus and our valued partners are actively working to change this number. This number takes into account all high school seniors who did not apply for the FAFSA, and does not […]

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  • Happy group of students in their graduation smiling
    Save the Date for the Diplomás Dual Credit Symposium

    Dual credit is an increasingly popular strategy for increasing post-secondary enrollment and attainment for all students. Join us for a discussion with Dr. Daniel P. King, Superintendent of Pharr San Juan Alamo ISD and local education leaders to discuss the opportunities, challenges and resources needed to implement an effective dual credit program.
    View Story

  • sayc
    San Antonio Youth Commission Starts the Year Strong

    It’s only October, but the San Antonio Youth Commissioners have been busy planning events and learning about their community. 20 commissioners representing each city council district have been meeting since August to plan outreach efforts and get more connected to their city.
    View Story

  • indians
    GenTXSA Celebrates FAFSA Season

    FAFSA Season has kicked off and some students are ahead of the game!

    GenTXSA has been rewarding students who have completed financial aid forms and college applications with incentives like Garmin VivoFit bands and Speakers.
    These students have shown dedication to their futures beyond high school are thrilled for their next steps!

    View Story

  • phonebooth
    Financial Aid and College Application Phone Bank Reaches Hundreds

    On October 12th, volunteers from school districts, colleges and universities packed the room at Univision to answer questions about financial aid and college applications!

    Volunteers called high school seniors from San Antonio ISD and Harlandale ISD to remind them to complete their FAFSA and visit their campus GO centers. Students and families from all over the Greater Bexar County area also called in to receive valuable financial aid information! We reached over 600 students & families!

  • pell
    Data Moment: Pell Funds Left on the Table

    Bexar County students left over $23.3 million of Pell Grant aid on the table by not completing the FAFSA in the 2015-16 school year. P16Plus and our valued partners are actively working to change this number. This number takes into account all high school seniors who did not apply for the FAFSA, and does not include additional aid, such as work study or student loans.

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