The CHECHS class of 2017 earned a total of $4,960,019 in scholarship funds. Students will transfer to prestigious universities such as Yale University, Duke University, Wesleyan University, Rice University and enlist in the United States military.
Follow the baseball team at the JUCO World Series!
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The San Jacinto College baseball team is back in the JUCO World Series for a 25th time in school history. Follow their tournament run here and on the Alpine Bank JUCO World Series website.
San Jacinto College selected for prestigious national initiative
San Jacinto College has been chosen to join the Frontier Set, a national initiative comprised of 31 educational institutions across the country, focused on improving student outcomes and better preparing new generations of students for the college experience.
12 San Jac soccer players sign National Letters of Intent
The 2017 San Jacinto College Commencement was a family affair. Friends, siblings, parents and their children walked across the stage at NRG Stadium on May 13, 2017, to receive college degrees and certificates for the next chapters of their lives.
San Jacinto College process technology team captures first in the U.S.
Call them the troubleshooting dream team. San Jacinto College students Christopher Lopez, Hunter Hollis and Landon Duncan, and professor Kenneth Jackson captured first place at the 2017 NAPTA Troubleshooting Competition.
Softball to face Chattanooga State in opening round of NJCAA national tournament
Crazy socks, a school parade and a discussion on the outlook of childhood development in America were some of the activities that took place during The Week of the Young Child (WOYC) celebration at San Jacinto College.
Softball clinches Region XIV title, secures second-straight national tournament berth
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