Seguin ISD students spent four days and three nights camping in west Texas as part of The Sky is the Limit Camp. It is one of many free summer camps held by the district each summer. The students hiked 8.4 miles up and down Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state with an elevation of 8,751 feet above sea level. Also on the agenda was swimming at Balmorhea State Park Pool and an overnight camp at Davis Mountains State Park.
Nearly 50 Seguin ISD eighth grade students participated in the three day Matadors Aspiring to Success (MATS) Retreat at H-E-B Camp in Leakey. The retreat featured a host of social and outdoor activities designed to provide a jump start to success for future Matador freshmen. Campers were selected through a random lottery. #MatadorFamily
Thirteeen Seguin High School choir students participated in the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest at the University of Texas in Austin. They received 17 medals, including four students who earned medals in both solo and ensemble. Matadors earning a First Division Solo gold medal were, from left, Sirena Vela, Ellie Follis and Jazmin Blair. Second Division Solo silver medals were earned by Baylee Blankenship, Oliver Bowles, Chris Gonzales, Valeria Hernandez and Agar Huanca. Earning a First Division ensemble bronze medal were students Valeria Hernandez, Agar Huanca, Sirena Vela, Anna Busskohl, Oliver Bowles, Ash Johnson, Marc Reyes and Anthony Ramirez. #MatadorFamily
Class of 2014 Matador graduate and Koennecke Kid Caston Casey was congratulated by President Trump during his recent graduation from the United States Air Force Academy. "I've dreamed of this moment for years and am glad to now be a 2nd lieutenant in the world's greatest Air Force," Casey said. Keep up the great work, Caston! #MatadorFamily
Tristan Moreno has been named Player of the Year by the Seguin Gazette. As a sophomore, he played all infield positions (except catcher and first base) and led the Matadors with a .391 batting average, 34 hits, 26 runs and 18 stolen bases. Photo by Priscilla Aguirre, Seguin Gazette
Seguin High School students who passed the Texas state certification exam for Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in May are (l-r) Annai Garza, Bellamy Henry, Ariyan Clack, Alyssa Ramirez and Kaylie Pool. According to Shirley Hegwer, health science teacher, additional CNA students are scheduled to test for the certification in June. The Health Science Academy is one of many Career and Technical Education programs offered at Seguin High School. From cosmetology to welding, Matadors have a wealth of specialized opportunities for future success.
The Matador Class of 2019 panoramic photo had to be taken inside Goldie Harris Gym on May 30, as opposed to Matador Stadium, due to threatening rain clouds. On the upside, there is AC in Goldie. #Mats2019
The top 10 seniors and senior class officers took a break from their pre-graduation schedules for a pic with Seguin High School Principal Dr. Hector Esquivel. #Mats2019
The Matador senior class valedictorian Rosemary Cramblitt, left, and salutatorian Lena Deharde are two of the Seguin High School graduates who will take part in the commencement exercises on Saturday, June 1, 8 p.m. at Matador Stadium. Congratulations to Rosemary and Lena for finishing at the top of the Class of 2019. Your hard work has paid off! #Mats2019
Seguin High School students (l-r) Jasmine Venegas, senior, Kylie Yoemans, junior and Christine Syring, senior recently passed the Insurance and Coding National Certification exam and as a result, Jasmine and Christine were hired by Zenith Healthcare Solutions of Seguin.
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