The Region One Education Service Center, together with PSJA ISD, La Joya ISD, South Texas ISD, South Texas College, and Doctors Hospital at Renaissance are the recipients of a $3 million Investing in Innovation grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The partnership was announced during a press conference on May 25 at Region One.
ALAMO – PSJA Memorial Early College High School graduate Alliya Alaniz was recently awarded the Horatio Alger State Scholarship of up to $10,500.
Liberty Middle School students and staff hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for their new Discovery Garden on Wednesday, May 24. The garden was made with the help of 15 special needs students and their teachers to beautify the campus and create an outside classroom.
A total of 18 educators from four Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD ( PSJA) elementary campuses were recently named to the Renaissance National Honor Roll for advancing students' achievement in reading.
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD recently hosted its first Pathways Toward Independence (PTI) Program Graduation Certification Ceremony for two special needs students who have completed South Texas College's Continuing Education Certificates in Employability Skills, Basic Floral Design, Basic Cake Decorating and Basic Photography. Graduates Noah Veliz and Janie Gonzalez, were presented with their certificates and were surprised by two local businesses offering them a full-time job.
PSJA North Early College High School alumna Brianna Karina Garza was recently accepted to Thurgood Marshall School of Law at the young age of 20. Garza graduated from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minors in Legal Studies and English in December 2016.
PSJA North Early College HS Senior Alexis Irene Saenz signed a letter of intent to play softball for St. Edwards University during a special ceremony held at her school's library on May 16.
Eduardo Uria, a PSJA Southwest Early College High School junior represented the USA in Lima, Peru on May 13-14 after placing third at the Pan American Race Walking Cup Trials in Philadelphia earlier this year and making the USA Team.
Students at PSJA North Early College High School experienced what is like to vote using actual voting machines borrowed by the Hidalgo County Elections Department for their local class elections May 15.
Two high school yearbooks from Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA) have been featured in the 2017 Jostens Look Book, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage.
To bridge the digital divide and connect families with internet in their homes, the City of Pharr and PSJA ISD announced a new pilot program that will provide free internet access to 50 families in the South Pharr area. The announcement was made during a press conference at Cesar Chavez Elementary this morning.
PSJA Thomas Jefferson T-STEM Early College High School was recently ranked 53 as part of the 2017 Best High Schools in Texas listing issued by US News & World Report. The ranking is based on the school's Advanced Placement (AP) participation rate.
PSJA Memorial Early College High School seniors, Melanie Enriquez and Samantha Camara, were recently named recipients of the prestigious Terry Scholarship. They will each receive scholarships of up to $20,000 to complete their postsecondary education for up to eight semesters.
The PSJA Memorial Early College High School Mariachi Generaciones recently earned a 1st Division rating the UIL State Mariachi Festival.
Learn more about our 'Intro to Aquatics' class for incoming 6th graders! Students must pass a basic swim test to enroll.
Texas Law requires that ALL current 6th graders have the following immunizations complete before next school year.
Three school teams from Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA) have the chance to compete in the world’s largest celebration of creativity after advancing to the Destination Imagination (DI) 2017 Global Finals. The teams are from Sorensen Elementary, Yzaguirre Middle School and PSJA Early College High School. All three teams competed in the Engineering Challenge category.
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD's Ford Elementary was awarded a $10,000 check from H-E-B and Dole Food Company for winning the second ‘Let’s Get Growing Educational Program’ competition on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. The money will go toward incorporating additional playground equipment, including components specifically designed for students with special needs.
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The PSJA North Early College High School Theatre was recently named the 2017 UIL State Champion for their combined results in the One-Act Play, Film and Theatrical Design competitions at the UIL State Competition held Friday