In June, Pasadena ISD will witness history as the first group of dual-language students graduate from Pasadena Memorial High School, signifying the end of a 12-year journey.
Pasadena ISD established the dual-language program for both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking students. The goal is for students to become proficient in both languages while helping them excel academically.The Office of Special Programs hosted a ceremony to honor the 21 seniors and recognize parents for their dedication to the program, March 1.Parents were presented with certificates and the graduating seniors received patches featuring the program’s logo. They will also receive Velasquez Press Bi-literacy Medals, given to students proficient in two or more languages, and green cords to wear at graduation.
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