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Travis high school students earn AA degrees

Travis high school students earn AA degrees

Travis Early College High School has 51 students earning their diplomas in late May and earning their associate degrees from San Antonio College in about six weeks.

The public charter school opened in 2008 as part of San Antonio district’s partnership with San Antonio College and the Alamo Colleges. Travis will have its first graduating class in May. According to district officials, out of the 51 Travis students who have earned 60 college-credit hours, an additional 37 high school students have earned 30 college-credit hours.

Travis Early College High School recruits low-income, minority students and was launched to better prepare underserved students in post-secondary education. The school is modeled from the Texas High School Project (THSP) a public-private alliance dedicated to significantly improving the post secondary readiness of low-income students.

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