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  • Senior Joshua Medina, pictured with English teacher Cassandra Vara, was recently recognized as a National Hispanic Merit Scholar. The National Hispanic Merit Scholar program recognizes the most scholastically impressive Hispanic high school students from across the U.S.

  • Senior Phoebe Fontenot displays her 1st and 3rd place awards from Rice University's Top 3 Camp at the Tapia Center. Only the top three seniors from each school are invited to the camp, which includes multiple creative and research-based competitive projects.

2017 Blue Ribbon School2017 National Blue Ribbon School

San Antonio ISD's Travis Early College High School has been named a 2017 National Blue Ribbon School based on its overall academic performance.  It is one of two schools in Bexar County to receive this honor and among 312 public and private schools in the country selected as exemplary high performing schools.  Learn more.




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View the video above to learn about the student experience on our campus.

At Travis Early College High School, education is focused around one single goal: college. We put students from the Bexar County area on the fast-track to higher education by allowing them to take challenging high school and college courses that lead to a diploma and up to two years of college credit from our partner, neighboring San Antonio College.

Some students graduate with an associate degree–and it’s all free of cost to the students and their families. Goal-oriented students from varying academic backgrounds who meet our admission criteria come to us with hard work and determination, and in return, we give them a strong support system to ensure success as they navigate the dual worlds of high school and college.

Travis Early College High School:
where the college dream becomes a reality


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