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April 14
Holiday-Easter Break
April 21
Art Expo, 5-8 pm
April 28
Holiday-Battle of Flowers
May 1
US History EOC Exam
May 2
Biology EOC Exam
May 3
Algebra 1 EOC Exam
May 8-11 SAC Finals
May 18 Spring Sports Fest
May 20 Senior Prom
May 25 Incoming 9th Grade Orientation
May 29 Holiday-Memorial Day
June 2 Last Day of Classes
June 10 Class of 2017 Graduation Ceremony, 2:30 pm
The Travis ECHS mascot is the panther. 
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Travis Early College High School (ECHS) opened in 2008-2009, with its inaugural class of 9th-grade students. An additional cohort of ninth-graders was added each year, and the school's first class of seniors graduated in spring 2012.

Travis ECHS provides students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and up to 60 college-credit hours or an associate degree and to do so in an academically supportive environment, at no cost to the parent or student. Students also have the opportunity to earn a Distinguished Achievement Program diploma. In addition, Travis provides opportunities for students to make a seamless transition between high school and a two-year college, culminating in entry and completion of a four-year degree program at a college or university.

The Class of 2016 exemplifies the high expectations set for students of Travis ECHS. Approximately 78% of those students obtained their Associate's Degree from San Antonio College and together they earned $6.6 million in scholarships to colleges and universities.

The goals of Travis Early College High School are to:

  • Increase student achievement;
  • Increase the number of students who graduate from high school college-ready;
  • Increase Advanced Placement, associate degree, dual credit and concurrent enrollment participation, as well as enrollment in rigorous coursework in a college-preparatory curriculum and
  • Increase the college success of students as demonstrated through persistence of students in college.