Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Tiger Trail Grads Head Off to College

Here’s more proof that prekindergarten matters! When the Tiger Trail School for Early Learning opened in 2001, its first class of 4-year-olds began a journey of academic success.  Many of these same students graduated with the Spring Woods High School Class of 2015 during ceremonies at Don Coleman Coliseum on May 30. Earlier this week, Tiger Trail graduates from that first-ever prekindergarten class showed up in caps and gowns at Tiger Trail to share their memories and take photographs.

The Tiger Trail student group included these recent graduates:

Jesse Acosta – He plans to attend Houston Community College this fall.
Miguel Angel – Miguel will attend the University of Texas at Austin to study computer science.
Salomon Cabrera – He will attend Lonestar College this fall.
Emilee DeLeon – Emilee will attend Texas A&M in College Station to study biomedical science and nursing.
Ramiro Espinoza – Ramiro hopes to soon join the U.S. Border Patrol.
Severiano Razo – Severiano will study business at Lonestar College.
Maria Rojas – Maria will attend Sam Houston State University in Huntsville to pursue dentistry studies.
David Romay – David will attend Texas A&M University to study sports medicine.
Read about David's recent Sports Medicine scholarship >>
Ismael Villafana – Ismael is pursuing web certification at attend Lonestar College.

Tiger Trail graduates with Tiger Trail School for Early Learning director Vidal Garza.

 In separate but related news, Northbrook High’s valedictorian and salutatorian are also graduates of the SBISD Early Childhood program. They both are members of the first student class enrolled at the Lion Lane School for Early Learning, which also opened in 2001. Read more about these students >>

Spring Branch ISD has five, full-day prekindergarten programs headquartered in stand-alone buildings with secure playground courtyards. The program is free to those who meet eligibility guidelines; tuition of $595 per month is charged to all others for nine months when the schools are in session. Scholarships are available.

For more information on SBISD prekindergarten, please visit the Early Childhood page.


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