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Home | News | Galleries: Socorro ISD Bids Farewell to Class of 2018

Galleries: Socorro ISD Bids Farewell to Class of 2018

The Socorro Independent School District celebrated more than 3,400 graduates at commencement ceremonies on May 31, June 2 and 3 at the Region 19 Chito Samaniego center and the Don Haskins Center at the University of Texas at El Paso.

Graduates from Options, Pebble Hills, Mission Early College, El Dorado, Americas, Eastlake, Montwood, and Socorro high schools were cheered on by family, friends and Team SISD members, including Superintendent José Espinoza, Ed.D., the SISD Board of Trustees, and school faculty and staff.
The graduates at all the high schools were honored with special awards, words of congratulations and praise from various speakers, and special moments such as singing of the alma mater and school cheers.
The presentation of diplomas was the highlight of all the graduation ceremonies in Team SISD.
In total, the SISD Class of 2018 earned more than $45.8 million in scholarships and grants, collectively.
Pebble Hills High School
https://youtu.be/1a4QOgRXXwYMission Early College High School
https://youtu.be/ueRAUVDfeXQ

El Dorado High School
https://youtu.be/js5XTbAvDtc

Americas High School
https://youtu.be/fF_G3YvDv_E

Eastlake High School
https://youtu.be/aUrZrFGjwXw

Montwood High School
https://youtu.be/yec2RIKHAhA

Socorro High School
https://youtu.be/hMaxIt4iuL0

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