HCISD students earn academic honors from College Board National Recognition Programs

This year, 62,000 students across the country were awarded academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs.

Among that group of recipients were students from Harlingen High School, Harlingen High School South, Harlingen School of Health Professions, and Harlingen Collegiate High.

To be eligible for recognition, students must earn qualifying scores on eligible administrations of the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, or AP Exams, earn a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher by the middle of their junior year, and identify as African American, Hispanic or Latinx, Indigenous and/or attend school in a rural area or small town.

Academic honors from College Board National Recognition Programs can help students stand out on college and scholarship applications and connect with universities across the country.

Below is a list of students who received this honor.

Harlingen High School
Lily Alaniz
Briana Cavazos
Sergio Colorado
Mia Dorado
Javier Gonzalez
Ethan Mowers
Nathan Mowers
Arriana Rodriguez

Harlingen High School South
Meaghan Blackburn
Jacqueline Davis
Diego Hernandez
Isabella Jackson
Caitlyn Morales
Emma Moreno
Steven Ortegon
Frank Pimentel
Cristian Rivera
Liliana Robles
Alessandra Rodriguez
Yafah Russek
Kassandra Salazar
Austin Scogin
Eric Soto
Madison Soto
Josue Turner

Harlingen Collegiate High
Ida Ambriz
Jaslyn De Leon
Elizabeth Gonsalez
Joseph Montoya
Nicholas Munoz
Christopher Nowak

Harlingen School of Health Professions
Jonathan Aguilar
Coryn Cruz
Andres Garcia
Michael Garza
Isabella Hinojosa
Ty Ramirez
Ariana Rodriguez
Jaden Rodriguez
Kevin Rosas
Tabitha Torres