Quentin Sterling, a 2005 Killeen High School graduate set to earn a college degree from UMHB later this year, urges a group of KISD AVID seniors to use their skills and to make wise choices to continue to achieve in college. School district and high school leaders celebrated Thursday with AVID students and their families college acceptance and scholarships earned.
Shoemaker High School senior Ariana Garcia signs a board Thursday during KISD's AVID academic signing at Central Texas College. The district's college readiness AVID program celebrated 157 of its seniors accumulating 365 college acceptances and more than $3.3 million in scholarships so far.
Andres Fourzan, an Ellison High School senior headed to the University of Texas at San Antonio signs a ceremonial board Thursday prior to an AVID "Admission Accomplished" ceremony at Central Texas College for 157 KISD AVID seniors scheduled for graduation next week and college beyond.
Killeen High School senior Ronald Clark thanked his family, friends and educators for helping him achieve academic success that earned him a full scholarship to Baylor University. He was one of 157 KISD seniors in the AVID program celebrating Thursday college acceptance and a combined $3.3 million in scholarships.
Posted: Saturday, June 1, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on Jun 1, 2013
A group of students who might have stumbled over obstacles celebrated their own determination and a family of friends and educators who propelled them onward.
The Killeen Independent School District AVID program honored 157 seniors from the district’s four high schools for accumulating 365 college admission acceptances and $3.3 million in scholarship offers.
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