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Memorial Early College…

The most recent St. Philip's College alumni from Memorial Early College High School were noted for their achievement in a local news report.
Memorial Early College High School Graduates

Memorial Early College High School Graduates

The most recent St. Philip's College alumni from Memorial Early College High School were noted for their achievement in a local news report. According to the May 16 KENS5 report Comal ISD students achieve degrees before diplomas, "Over forty high school students were presented with associate’s degrees from St. Phillip’s College on Friday even before they earned their high school diplomas. “We are so proud of these students for all of their hard work,” Tia Weidenfeller, the high school counselor stated. “They have such a great head start as they move on to four-year universities.” The forty-eight college graduates will receive their high school diplomas at Canyon High School’s Performing Arts Center on June 2. The first class from Alamo Colleges-Memorial Early College High School graduated from St. Philip's College in 2014. Students traditionally take their college courses at their high school as freshmen and sophomores, and then take a bus twice a week to take college courses at St. Philip’s College as juniors and seniors. Read the report on the class of 2017 at

Photo courtesy of Andrew Kim, Superintendent of Comal Independent School District


  • Railey Named New Vice Chancellor for Academic Success

    The Alamo Colleges District Board of Trustees has approved the selection of Dr. George Railey, Jr. as the district's new vice chancellor for academic success. Railey, who is currently the associate superintendent of academic affairs at Allan Hancock College in California, will begin his new duties January 24, 2018. Read More >
  • SPC 138th Commencement Ceremony

    The St. Philip's College 138th commencement ceremony is confirmed for Dec. 15 in Freeman Coliseum. The college awards a projected 640 degrees and certificates to 450 candidates for graduation in the event hosted by college president Dr. Adena Williams Loston with commencement keynote speaker The Honorable Peter Sakai, 225th District Court Judge (2006-present), addressing them. Read More >
  • SPC Students, Faculty in Alamo Confidence Video

    A video that promotes higher education and includes St. Philip’s College students and faculty at work together has been released. Read More >
  • Nearly 10,000 College Textbooks Donated: Cameroon Project at SPC

    When a St. Philip's College alumnus and faculty member recognized local high school students for philanthropic excellence, the school reported on two innovative college initiatives that intersected in November. Read More >
  • SAPD Academy Graduation Ceremony at SPC

    The St. Philip's College education partnership that supports law enforcement success with one of the nation's larger major city police departments saw its final event for 2017 late last week. Read More >