STEM Early College honors top 10 percent graduates

STEM top 10 percent ceremony

STEM Early College High School hosted a special dinner and ceremony Wednesday evening in honor of its first top 10 percent graduates of 2018.

The seven students were invited to celebrate their accomplishments with their families and a teacher of their choosing, who has most influenced their educational career.

The top 10 percent graduates (in alphabetical order) Esmeralda Castillo, Rogelio Cedillo Jr., Alma Celis, Leticia Delgado, Trisha Espitia, Johnathan Granados, Gia Menchaca and Ryan Ramos proceeded into the school’s cafeteria to the sound of “Pomp and Circumstance,” as their loved ones looked on proudly.

Each student shared special words for their teacher and thanked their families for always supporting them every step of the way.

To conclude the ceremony, Principal Dr. Eddie Rodriguez and Profe Hilda Garcia presented a commemorative plaque to every student to celebrate their academic success.

Dr. Rodriguez delivered words of encouragement and appreciation for the hard work each of the students have put forth.

“Wisdom acquisition is a moral duty. It is only through continuous learning that we can add to the vast knowledge of mankind. You guys are learning something now that you will continue to build on and you are going to help mankind somehow,” he said. “We are very excited, we are very proud because we know the work you have done, and you have taken a risk. You didn’t know what you were getting into, but you survived and have excelled and will continue to excel. Your success has been our success.”

Congratulations, graduates!

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