The Academy of creative education hosts winter graduation
"Never give in," said The Honorable Angus McGinty, State Criminal District Judge, 144th District Court. Judge McGinty spoke to the Winter 2013 Academy of Creative Education (ACE) graduates during the Winter Commencement 2013.
He told them to work backwards from their goals and set banks for themselves.
"With banks a river has depth, direction and purpose. With banks our lives can have depth, direction and purpose," said Judge McGinty.
It was a very proud day for NEISD, the 89 graduates, and their families as the graduates walked across the stage to receive their diplomas Thursday, December 19 at the Castle Hills First Baptist Church.
Using a non-traditional approach to education, ACE is the collaborative result of a design team composed of educators and community representatives. ACE has been recognized by the Texas Education Agency and the Dropout Prevention Network as a model school.
ACE Winter Commencement at Castle Hills First Baptist Church
Bush Middle School Choir performed at the ceremony.
ACE students read the graduates' testimonials.
Posted on December 19, 2013