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ECHS First Wave
The first 125 students from GPISD CTE ECHS began their journey on August 24, 2015. Members of the Class of 2019 were selected via a lottery from over 250 interested students, and represented all four middle schools in Galena Park ISD. Read more...
CTE ECHS now has an official Interact Club in partnership with the Rotary Club of North Shore. The Interact Club will focus on community service and character development. Pictured are President, Brissa Q., and VP, Rodrigo C.
Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon week was a huge success! Students expressed their pledge to be drug free through a series of dress up days designed to raise awareness of the issue.
National Fathers Take Your Children to School Day
Thank you to all of our Dads, mentors, grandfathers, uncles, friends, etc., who brought their children to school! ECHS Loves our Parents!
ECHS Holds 1st Annual Club Dash
Galena Park ISD CTE Early College High School held it's first annual Club Dash this Friday. Similar to college "rush week," this week, students were tasked with promoting existing clubs and submitting ideas for new clubs. Students were able to choose from a variety of clubs, including a gaming club, Future Business Leaders of America, Lions for Christ and many more.
ECHS Now Offering Construction Management
We are delighted to announce that Construction Management has been added to our growing list of degree/certification plans offered at ECHS.
Community Leaders Tour ECHS
Community leaders got a first hand view at how ECHS is working to better our community through the bright futures of our students.
Diesel Tech Students see Diesel Engines in Action
ECHS Diesel Tech students took a field trip to the Port of Houston Fire Department. Students were able to tour the fireboats and get an up-close view of the engines and how they work.