Clear Horizons Early College High School graduates largest class to date
05.27.2015 | By Andrea Vasquez
The Clear Horizons Early College High School (CHECHS) graduating class of 2015 is the largest class to graduate from the school to date.
This year, 94 seniors will graduate from CHECHS, 89 of whom have graduated with their associate degree from San Jacinto College three weeks before receiving their high school diplomas.
Students pictured: Malak Abuomar, Randa Abushmeis, Anthony Arellano, Darian Askew, Norah Basyouni, Sidney Bell, Aaron Bennett, Claudia Bohanon, Daisy Bradley, Katie Burke, Alexis Canizal Dominguez, Amber Casas, Brianna Clark, Marissa Cordova, Sebastian Cueto Campos, Allison Davis, Ann Davis, Iris Del Cid Garcia, Quynh Do, Leartis Dubose, Angela Easley, Donyal Emami, Richard Escalante, Francisco Estrada, Samar Farooqui, Matthew Frahlman, Jamie Francois, Janina Galvan, Tiara Games, Jennifer Gonzalez, Alexander Goza, Sarah Hancock, Sirine Harmouch, Zahrah Hashmi, Dana Horan, Amber Hua, Santerria Hudson, Abbie Hurtado, Rama Imad, Emily Jackson, Jinu James, Hannah Jefferson, Ricardo Jimenez, Blake Krogman, Corey Lambert, Erica LaRochelle, Seth Larson, Kyonna Lemons, Omobolaji Magbagbeola, Oswaldo Martin Del Campo, Kerrina Mejia, Bailey Miller, Katherine Miller, Shamina Momin, Myri Moreno, Alina Mughal, Derek Nguyen, James Nguyen, Trong Nguyen, Tyler Nguyen, Rosaline Nilles, Luis Palma, Samuel Peebles, Isabel Pen, Joshua Presas, Erfan Rahman, Andrew Ramirez, Monica Ramirez, Tania Rodriguez, Kathryn Rutherford, Emrene Sadek, Esther Salazar, Gabriela Salazar, Solomon Scurry, Syed Shah, Emad Siddiqui, Kayla Strzelecki, David Swanson, Shujauddin Syed, Celeste Tanega, Parth Taneja, Celia Tran, James Tulloch, Adriana Valdes, Austin Vigil, Martie Katelyn Vinson, Taylor Volquardsen, and Guoyu Wang.
Administrators pictured: (Left side, front to back) Dr. Brenda Hellyer, Chancellor, San Jacinto College; Mr. John Moon, Jr., Secretary, San Jacinto College Board of Trustees; Ms. Detra Merino, dual credit coordinator, San Jacinto College South Campus; Ms. Kate Graham, dual credit director, San Jacinto College South Campus; Ms. Pam Campbell, assistant vice chancellor for educational partnerships, San Jacinto College; and Dr. Brett Lemley, Clear Horizons Early College High School principal. (Right side, front to back) Dr. Brenda Jones, provost, San Jacinto College South Campus; Ms. Natalie Nylen, Clear Horizons Early College High School Community Liaison and Independent Study-Mentor teacher; Dr. Laurel Williamson, deputy chancellor and president, San Jacinto College; Dr. Greg Smith, superintendent Clear Creek Independent School District; Dr. Laura DuPont, vice president, Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees; Mr. Scott Bockart, assistant superintendent, secondary education, Clear Creek Independent School District; Ms. Brooke Parker, assistant principal/dean of instruction, Clear Horizons Early College High School; Ms. Rhonwyn Pattison, lead counselor, Clear Horizons Early College High School; Mr. Jarrod Massey, faculty, Clear Horizons Early College High School; and Ms. Sharlene Kahlich, Independent Study-Mentor teacher, Clear Horizons Early College High School.
About San Jacinto College
Surrounded by monuments of history, industries and maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has been serving the citizens of East Harris County, Texas, for more than 50 years. As an Achieving the Dream Leader College, San Jacinto College is committed to the goals and aspirations of a diverse population of approximately 30,000 credit students. The College offers 186 degrees and certificates, with 46 technical programs and a university transfer division. Students benefit from a support system that maps out a pathway for success, and job training programs that are renowned for meeting the needs of growing industries in the region. San Jacinto College graduates contribute nearly $690 million each year to the Texas workforce.