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Travis Early College High School will be holding an open house on Wednesday, March 27, as part of the San Antonio Foundation Campus spotlight.
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Open House set for Travis Early College High School


Get High School diploma and college credit;
Applications now being accepted


 

Travis Early College High School will be hosting an open house on Wednesday, March 27, as part of the San Antonio Foundation Campus spotlight. Members of the San Antonio College community are invited to attend the open house that begins at 8 a.m.

SAC community members with a child interested in attending can also contact Principal Orlando Vera at (210) 733-1911 to arrange a visit campus.

“At Travis Early College High School, education is focused around a single goal: college. We put students from around Bexar County on the fast-track to higher education by allowing them to take challenging high school and college courses that lead to a diploma and up to two years of college credit from our partner, neighboring San Antonio College.

"Some students graduate with an associate degree – and it’s all free of cost to the students and their families. Goal-oriented students from varying academic backgrounds who meet our admission criteria come to us with hard work and determination, and we give them a strong support system to ensure success as they navigate the dual worlds of high school and college,” Vera said.

In 2012 the 86 Travis graduates received 163 scholarship offers totaling $5.6 million from four-year universities. To date the 63-member class of 2013 has racked up $2.14 million in scholarship offers from universities. Students  outside SAISD may apply but must provide their own transportation. More info here 

Current 8th-graders can start the application process for a spot at Travis Early College High School in the 2013-2014 school year by printing the required forms below. Prospective students must complete the appropriate application and provide their English and math teachers with the recommendation forms below to be completed.
Travis Early College HS is currently accepting applications from 8th grade students both inside and outside of SAISD. There are also a limited number of slots available for current 9th grade students to enroll as 10th graders beginning in the 2013/2014 academic year. Deadline to apply for  fall is May 31, 2013.

Applications  here  

Applications should be returned to Travis in person or by mail at: 1915 N. Main Ave.
, San Antonio, TX 78212.

 

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