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Palo Alto Honor Students

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The following  Lytle High School students will be recognized at the Palo Alto College Spring Honors Ceremony for their academic achievements in dual credit course for the Fall 2017 semester:

President’s Honors  (4.0 in at least 2 courses)

Gage Eichman

Devin Diver

Matthew Swinney

Antonio Gonzalez

Cheyenne Rodriguez

Justin Sekula

Victoria Simmons

Darren Ytuarte

Samantha Perez

Patrick Garcia

Rachel Tamayo

Paul Tomlinson

John Flores

Jack Hinshaw

Ariel Huron

Jacob Lytle

Khloe Moran

Manuel Muraira

Johnny Paredes

Joseph Perez

Elijah Garrison

Monique Covarrubias

Honors: (3.5 or better in at least 2 courses)

David Aguilar

Joshua Gamboa

Loreana Vasquez

Posted on March 19, 2018 and filed under College Bound, How Did They Do, High School.

Students use Apply Texas

What is Apply Texas?

Dual Credit students use Apply Texas to get accepted into dual credit. Other students such as 12th graders use Apply Texas, to find colleges or even send their applications to colleges.

What can you do on Apply Texas ?

  • Apply for admission to any Texas public university, as well as to participating community and private colleges.
  • Apply for undergraduate, international and graduate admission.
  • Copy a submitted application to another institution.
  • Submit your application essays online.
  • Apply for scholarships from participating universities.
  • Search for and view both general and university specific information.
Apply Texas is the one stop shop to college applications.
— Mrs, Hoffman
Posted on January 15, 2018 and filed under College Bound, High School.

Amber Flores Signs with Hill College

Amber Flores signed with Hill College to play softball at the next level. SA Wildcats Club coach, Paul Greco, and O'Connor High School Softball Coach Caitlin Bollier both spoke of Amber's commitment to working hard. We are so proud of this Lady Pirate! See more pics on the album. Click here for more pics!

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Posted on December 5, 2017 and filed under College Bound, High School, Softball, How Did They Do.