The future for students in Wink is looking bright. On December 16th, Wink school board members took one step closer to becoming an “Early College High School,” by voting to move forward with the application process.
Early college high school programs give students the opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit while working on a high school diploma at the same time. College courses are free to students who participate.
One of the least expensive Texas public, four-year institution for all college expenses, including tuition and fees. (College for All Texans’ report)
One of the 13 schools in Texas to achieve full accreditation by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) for its College of Education.
A greater percentage of students employed or attending graduate school after graduation than other Texas schools (THECB)
UTPB has pushed the go live date for the new website back a week to April 28, 2014. By clicking the following link you can find some information about things you may need that have moved and a link to preview the website so you cam familiarize yourself with it.
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