Borger High School Students Graduate FPC 

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Front Row – From left

Jason Washer, Christian Medina, Alyssa Perez, Froilan Mendez, William Wallace, Maya Ogans, Breanna West, Guadalupe Lugo, Alondra Garcia, Cody Alders, Marc Diaz, Isaak Segovia, Gavin Wilson

Second Row – From left

Garrett Clark, Tytus Williams, Orlando Benavidez, Luke Ammerman, Alex Ortiz, Jesus Garcia, Heaven Acosta, Vianey Orona, Ivan Ramos, Alexa Dickson


BHS/FPC Graduates

On May 3rd, Frank Phillips College held their annual commencement ceremonies.  At this event, 28 Borger High School students were able to graduate three weeks prior to their high school graduation at Borger High School.  A close working partnership between Borger High School and Frank Phillips College continues to benefit BHS students.

Graduating with their Associate of Science:

  • Heaven Acosta
  • Cody Alders
  • Marc Diaz
  • Alexa Dickson
  • Guadalupe Lugo
  • Froilan Mendez
  • Maya Ogans
  • Vianey Orona
  • Alyssa Perez
  • Ivan Ramos
  • William Wallace
  • Breanna West

Graduating with their Associate of Applied Science:

  • Gavin Cooper

Graduating with their Cosmetology Certificate:

  • Alondra Garcia
  • Kennedy Keen
  • BethAnne Parvin
  • Michelle Watson

Graduating with their Instrumentation and Electrical Certificate:

  • Orlando Benavidez
  • Garrett Clark
  • Colton Riggle
  • Gavin Wilson


Graduating with their Process Technology Certificate:

  • Luke Ammerman
  • Chris Rocha
  • Tytus Williams

Graduating with their Welding Technology Certificate:

  • Jesus Garcia
  • Christian Medina
  • Alex Ortiz
  • Isaak Segovia
  • Jason Washer

Borger High School is extremely proud of these students!

Borger Independent School District funds two classes per semester for each student that wishes to participate in the dual-enrollment program.  Because of this firm commitment to post-secondary education 200 students in the junior and senior classes take around 500 classes each semester.    Also, local partnerships with CP Chem, Phillips 66, Solvay and others fund many scholarships for these highly motivated students.  At Borger High School, we still believe we can change the world.


Posted by rebecca.calder On 24 May, 2019 at 11:57 AM