Alief Early College High School Reviews
Alief early college was a life changing experience. I was blessed enough to get accepted into a school where I can get my associate degree and my high school diploma at the same time . Although I faced many obstacles when my grandmother passed away . I was unmotivated and no longer wanted to go to the school I wanted be “normal “ . Go to football games and have prep rally’s stuff people at a normal school do . Due to that mind set my grades slipped and my academic standing was not good . But with the motivation of my counselors I saw that my education was important and I learned to value the opportunity that was given to me . Now I will be graduating with my associate agree and high school degree , May 2019. I am very grateful for the school cause it taught me to never give my and how important my education is .
The support that you receive in this school is priceless. The counselors are constantly looking out for the well being of their students. Students have the opportunity to graduate with an associates degree even before they actually receive their High School diplomas. The only possible downside for this school is for students who look for great extracurricular activities that are not exactly academic, or for students who are looking to play sports. The school is academically oriented. This is a great school that prepares you for four year institutions while you attend college.
Going to Alief Early College High School was one of the best decisions I have ever made. For starters, this school is allowing me to take college classes at Houston Community College. These classes are dual credit so they're giving me to the opportunity to graduate high school and college with my associates degree at the same time. My graduating class, Class of 2019, has only 98 students and this is another reason why I love this school. It has allowed me to get to know my classmates better and form relationships with most of them. There is a variety of clubs and organizations that anyone can join which can help you gain volunteer hours and experience in the outside world. No school is perfect and this one is no exception. The building we are currently in is relatively small since there aren't many students. The number of students in each class increases every year so space should increase as well. The pros outweigh the cons, which is why I would recommend anyone to go here.
Small school that allows you to feel like family with your peers and teachers. Great volunteering opportunities and also being able to attend HCC. Overall, if you imply hard work into your studies everything will pay off at the end.
The school itself gives its students the opportunity to learn and grow and get an associates degree if they choose to take that option. Now the work given can be very challenging since you have to juggle both college and high school work. However, I think that if you apply yourself and actually put in the effort, the work isn't so bad. There are no sports or music programs like most schools have, but I think it is a luxury to give up if you are really serious about school.
Alien Early College High School was a great school to attend academically. It has many rigorous courses and the teachers push you to learn. However, the administrative staff just are not as king or helpful. It is still an amazing school.
Alief Early College High School is exactly as advertised. What better college experience can you get than registering for classes of your choice, taking classes with a disparity of people, and being given the confidence to grab hold of your future? This school provides students with resources for scholarships, volunteering opportunities, tutoring and even emotional support. There are students from nearly every walk of life, and a kind and loving staff. For the high school teachers at least. College professors are a separate can of worms, but it is all a part of the experience.
This is one of the best places to have a education. Where a Knights family full of diversity, and culture. This school is well rounded with excellent students and teachers. We are given with every resource we need to succeed in life. Truly there’s noth a better place to be. Early College will forever be a place for higher education and seeing if students prosper in their many years to come. I’m proud to be apart of the knight family.
I like that they are supportive and are really dedicated to the success of their students. It's also a really challenging school, so make sure that you really want go there.
Small, close-knit allowing for a family-like atmosphere and tight relationships. Unfortuantely, gossip spreads easily and is a constant distraction.
Alief Early college is a rather rigorous school, however, your every single effort placed into your education is worth it!
I love my school, so much oppertunities for the future such as taking dual credit classes while high School and graduate with associate degree.
Alief Early College allowed me to have two free years of college resulting in me receiving an Associates of Science degree at only 17 before I graduated high school. The teachers and staff never let us give up even when we felt like we couldn't push through anymore. They motivated us through all the all-nighters, all the tests, and all the failures. I have never in my life seen teachers so dedicated to their students. This school is where I met my second family; who still play a big role in my success and motivate me to this day, even though I graduated 2 years ago.
I would not like to change anything about this school. I believe this school is just a perfect fit for everyone. They push you to actually learn and I love that because I like getting educated. They care about us ad they put their time and attention if we need help with anything. The staff members are really nice and just being there you feel like at home because everyone treats you nicely
My school has conbine both highschool and college into one building. The class and faculties push all students to strive for success. Before Alief Early College H.S I was oblivious of the gift granted once you receive a good education.
Alief Early College is the best academic schools in Texas you can go to. you graduate with an associates degree from Houston Community College before getting your high school diploma. However, there is a lack of sports and club activities. Most of the students are too busy studying and are also busy with academic clubs to attend an interest club. This school is not allowed to have sports in regards to Houston Community College. Amazing college readiness programs, lots of diversity, crafty teachers, and many resources are provided. Every student is sitting in "40,000$ chairs." I recommend this school if you want an all paid for an associates degree and if you value education. You must give up sports and hobbies and focus on studying. You are with the best of the best and you must be able to push yourself to the limit.
Alief Early College High School is a rigorous and prestigious school in a not so prominent area. This school offers the academic advancement for those students willing to put efforts to succeed academically. Being the top school in the district and the safest school you can't go wrong. The only exception would be for those with athletic pursuits because the school does not offer sports. This is for the students who are ready for academic challenges. College readiness and college success are enforced into the everyday of the students. Plus, we get to walk out with a full associates degree in either arts or sciences when we graduate. Excellent school environment, everyone knows each other, being an only 400 student school. Amazing teachers pushing you forward to succeed not just in school, but preparing you for the real world. A national recognized school with a blue ribbon award this school is no joke. If you ask me, why wouldn't you choose this school?
AECHS staff and students are very nice and friendly. We are a small school, however, we getto know everyone pretty well in the school.
The school has immensely prepared me for a future with higher education. Starting from college prep 9-10tg grade to eventually taking college courses 11-12th grade and receiving my associates degree I can say that I am ready for college from attending this high school
My name is Sandy Perez. I am currently a junior at Alief Early College High School (AECHS). For the past 2 years at AECHS. I can say that it is so far it's going to be my unforgettable high school experience and I wouldn't change anything about it. Unfortunately, there is no sports at this campus like the rest of traditional high schools here at the Alief Independent School District. This school's goal is for each and every student to earn their Associate's degree at Houston Community College as well as their High School Diploma. Teachers and staff are the best people to talk to, you have their support and they are all in. I got to love my AECHS family. Class of 2019!!! GO KNIGHTS!