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  • Legacy class member near completion of bachelors degree

    Graduating as part of Early College High School’s legacy class put Andrew Cordero on the fast track towards a masters degree and a career. After accumulating 81 college credits and a high school diploma in 2011, Cordero enrolled at Texas State University, where he will complete his bachelors degree in criminal justice later this year.

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  • Owls rise to the top at TSTC Graduation

    A record 300 graduates walked at the Texas State Technical College Harlingen (TSTC) commencement this weekend, including 24 from Early College High School (ECHS) seniors. The ECHS is part of the TSTC campus that provides collaborative curriculum to integrate the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District (HCISD) education with tuition-free college courses. ECHS students simultaneously work toward a high school diploma while taking tuition-free TSTC courses they may apply to graduation from a TSTC program or complete an Academic Core certificate at TSTC for up to 60 credits transferable to any four-year public university in Texas.

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  • ECHS seniors on the rise at TSTC

    Early College High School (ECHS) seniors who participate in the Texas State Technical College Harlingen (TSTC) commencement will fill more seats at the TSTC commencement than the first group of ECHS graduates. Seventeen ECHS seniors attended the TSTC graduation in 2011 and 24 ECHS seniors are set for the 2012 ceremony.

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    Summer Freshman Orientation 2011

    This is a video produced by the campus media team highlighting the summer freshman orientation.

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  • HCISD Graduations

    Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District celebrated the achievements of Early College High School, Harlingen High School and Harlingen High School South Friday and Saturday nights. Graduation weekend commenced Friday night at Harlingen Municipal Auditorium for ECHS, where the school's first graduating class took the stage.

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