I worked as a math and science tutor at this high school when it first opened it had it's first freshman class only at that time. I've seen the school grow and hopefully in the right direction. Overall it is a great school with lots of emphasis on academia. Students here are academically enriched as compared to other hs. They surely introduce them to college concepts as well as hands on experience with their dual credit classes and labs UTEP field trip Seminars that presents them with real word situations Science Summer Camps where generously I remember a PhD to Student ratio of 3 20 along with tutors and tons of science fun. It was an honor to work here for the short time I did and recommended this school to anyone and encourage the "kiddos" to stick it through.
Transmountain Early College High School is a public high school in El Paso. The principal of Transmountain Early College High School is DIANNE M JONES and can be contacted at email@example.com. 393 students attend Transmountain Early College High School and identify mostly as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. 64% of the 393 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Transmountain Early College High School is 15:1. Irvin High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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I have subbed for this school and can truly say that the students and staff make this school a great place to work. I want my children to go here when they are old enough.
Excellent High School. I been a substitute before at this school and evreything is perfect they listen respect and their grades are higher than ever! THeres alot of activities and the teachers are the best All the campus is great!
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