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Helicopter training now offered at PAC

Palo Alto College, which turns thirty this year, is adding another unique course to its repertoire of career and technical education programs. Read More >

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Helicopter training now offered at PAC

Palo Alto College, which turns thirty this year, is adding another unique course to its repertoire of career and technical education programs. Read More >

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Hort program blooms future entrepreneurs

Students enrolled in the Horticulture program at PAC appreciate nature and the opportunity to begin their own business. Read More >

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Scholar broadens student perspectives

Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Nataliia Borysenko stopped by PAC to discuss the culture, history and politics from her native country of Russia. Read More >

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High school sophomores attend first college course

For many high school students, attending college only happens after graduation. But for students enrolled in the S.T.E.M Early College High School program, the first day of college happened their sophomore year of high school. Read More >

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PAC student learns from Disney Imagineers

In May 2014, Krystal Garza, a 22-year-old student at Palo Alto College, applied to join the Disney College Program, an internship program where students learn from some of the best artists and corporate employees at Walt Disney World. Read More >

Cosmetology New Program

Cosmetology now offered at Palo Alto College

Palo Alto College, one of the Alamo Colleges, will launch an accredited Cosmetology program beginning on March 23. Read More >

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Curriculum prepares students to care for animals

A love for animals is the reason why students are willing to undergo a rigorous curriculum at Palo Alto College in order to become a Licensed Veterinarian Technician. Read More >

PAC partners with Harlandale ISD for new early college high school

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie and Palo Alto College President Dr. Mike Flores joined Harlandale Independent School District for the official groundbreaking of the Harlandale ISD STEM Early College High School, a partnership with Palo Alto College. Other distinguished guests include Dr. Maria Ferrier, president of Texas A&M University – San Antonio; Rebecca Viagran, City Councilwoman for District 3; and Sen. Carlos Uresti, District 19.

The STEM Early College High School, scheduled to open in Fall 2014, will be the first in San Antonio to offer science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and college courses to students enrolled in high school. Approximately 130 students will be accepted in the inaugural freshman class. Students will have an opportunity to earn an associate’s degree or up to two years worth of college credits toward a bachelor’s degree, while also earning their high school diploma.

The Harlandale ISD STEM Early College High School is the first early college high school partnership for Palo Alto College and the fourth partnership for the Alamo Colleges. Other high school partnerships include Travis Early College High School with San Antonio College; Judson Early College Academy with Northeast Lakeview College; and Memorial Early College High School with St. Philip’s College. In 2013, 82% of Alamo Colleges’ early college high school graduates attained an associates degree, certificate, or two years of college credits toward a bachelors degree – over three times higher than the national average of 23%.

For more information about the Alamo Colleges high school partnerships, visit alamo.edu/echs.
 

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