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A first-class salutatorian: Triniti Armstrong of St. Philip’s College Early College High School with San Antonio Independent School District...
Triniti Armstrong, 2016 Archival image of Ceremonial AT&T Foundation Check Presentation

A First-Class Salutatorian at SPC: Triniti Armstrong

A FIRST-CLASS SALUTATORIAN: TRINITI ARMSTRONG OF ST. PHILIP’S COLLEGE EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL WITH SAN ANTONIO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

When the AT&T Foundation's September 2016 visit to St. Philip's College to ceremonially provide Alamo Colleges District with the first corporate funding to support any of its early college high school operations took place, the student to the right of 2016 ceremonial participant Renée Flores, AT&T regional vice president, external and legislative affairs (third from right in image) was St. Philip’s College Early College High School with San Antonio Independent School District student Triniti Armstrong (fourth from right in image).

When Flores serves as the commencement speaker for the first St. Philip's College graduation ceremony featuring the San Antonio Independent School District students who benefitted from that funding, Armstrong’s name will be recited. Armstrong will rise from her seat during the St. Philip's College Spring 2018 commencement ceremony with Flores having completed the keynote address, and Armstrong will ceremonially receive her college degree on the commencement stage, as a San Antonio Independent School District student who benefitted from that AT&T Foundation funding while achieving academically.

The college graduation ceremony will take place May 11 at 7 p.m. in Freeman Coliseum at 3201 E. Houston St., roughly three miles from Armstrong's St. Philip's College campus, the site of the original AT&T Foundation ceremony with Flores and Armstrong in 2016.

Add salutatorian to Armstrong's upcoming list of high school graduation-related accomplishments, for the salutatorian is recognized as a school's number two student—the first to speak at the graduation ceremony, while the valedictorian is the last to speak at the ceremony---and Armstrong is the first salutatorian for her school, according to school principal Dr. Derrick Thomas. She'll be honored during her high school graduation ceremony sometime in June, when she gives the opening remarks at her high school graduation ceremony, in her capacity as the first class salutatorian. (Archival SPC image)

NOTE: Announcements of valedictorians and salutatorians are underway for the first graduating classes of students from St. Philip’s College Early College High School with San Antonio Independent School District in partnership with Alamo Colleges and Seguin Early College High School with St. Philip’s College in partnership with Alamo Colleges (Seguin Independent School District) and the fifth cohort of graduates from Memorial Early College High School with St. Philip’s College – Alamo Colleges (Comal Independent School District).

Look for the names of the following students in their respective high school graduation programs:

Seguin Early College High School with St. Philip’s College in partnership with Alamo Colleges

  • Kaylie Nicole Koenen (valedictorian) and Joshua Pearce Polcyn (salutatorian)

St. Philip’s College Early College High School with San Antonio Independent School District in partnership with Alamo Colleges

  • Mark Pantoja (valedictorian) and Trinti Armstrong (salutatorian)

Memorial Early College High School with St. Philip’s College – Alamo Colleges

  • Contact the school for updates until the names are confirmed for the June 2018 ceremony.

For details on the May 11 ceremony, visit the college graduation page at http://alamo.edu/spc/graduation/, email the college record and registration team at spc-gradadv@alamo.edu or contact Tracy Shelton, the college’s associate director of records and registration, at 210-486-2700, tshelton@alamo.edu. For details on the high school student valedictorians and salutatorians, contact the schools directly through their web pages or contact the St. Philip's College Early College High School and Dual Credit programs team.

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