Students Finish High School with 14 Hours of College Credit

Students Finish High School with 14 Hours of College Credit
Posted on 04/27/2018
Students Finish High School with 14 Hours of College CreditTen Nacogdoches High School students will complete their senior year with 14 hours of college credit in mathematics… all taken at the NHS campus. 

These students took three hours of plane trigonometry and three hours of analytic geometry for dual credit pre-cal their junior year. During their senior year, the students earned four dual credit hours in calculus I and four more hours in calculus II. 

For a picture, Penny Long, NHS Instructional Coach for Mathematics and dual credit teacher for Stephen F. Austin State University, had the students wear T-shirts representing the college they will attend this fall. 

The students are (from left): Austin Burton – University of Texas; Marin Beal – Rice University; Matthew Morin – University of Arkansas; Harrison Gibbs – Texas A&M; Miranda Allbee – Texas A&M; Preston Still – Texas A&M; Zachary Hutchens – Stephen F. Austin State University; Rory Malek – University of Texas; Adrian Vega – University of Texas; and Christian Nicholas – Brigham Young University.