Class of 2017 Statistics

137 graduates---largest class of HC grads
1187 SAT avg & 26 ACT avg --- 1 perfect SAT score 1 perfect ACT score
1368 top 10% SAT average (C+M)
7 DSP graduates
3 NMSQT Scholars
3 Commended NMSQT
29% Distinguished AP diplomas (40)
12% Passport to Lead (17 students)
27% Religious affiliated college
37% private universities
31% going out of state as of 5/15/17
16 different states CA to Mass
1 West Point – USMA
1 USNA - Prep School
9% playing college sports      

$7,329,700 in scholarship money - (60 students)

Class of 2016 Statistics

113          graduates
1152        SAT avg   &   26 ACT avg (highest ever)
1413        top 10% SAT average (C+M) and 2189 (C+M+W)
7             DSP graduates
1             NMSQT Scholar
4             Commended (which includes 1 corporate winner)
34%        Distinguished AP diplomas (33)
33%        Religious affiliated college
17           different states CA to NY, FL to WA
39%        private universities
36%        going out of state
2             Service Academies (USMA & USNA)
13%        Passport to Lead (15 students)
18%        playing college sports---most ever (21 students)

      $8,0410,772      in scholarship money --most ever

Andrew Nager '04 - Houston Christian ignited in me a thrill for science that has since built my career and empowered me to help others. Like many former HC freshmen, I still remember Jim Kelley’s Intro to Biology class and learning the complexities of a human cell. I also remember struggling to memorize countless metabolic pathways and enzymes! It was moments like this in Kelley’s, Cathy Doxtater’s, and other HC classrooms that I developed the study skills and an excitement for science that would lead me through a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry (Vanderbilt), and a Ph.D. in Biophysics (MIT). Moreover, throughout my education I’ve seen how science can help others. While in Shonda Majors’s class I would hear how she advanced bone engineering techniques at Rice. Stories such as this inspired myself to led research efforts on antibiotics (at MIT) and pediatric brain tumors (as a research fellow at Stanford). Now, as a Senior Scientist at Pfizer, I design cancer medicines that direct a patient’s own immune system to kill a tumor. To me, there is nothing more special than helping a therapeutic enter the clinic and change a child’s prognosis from certain death to a full life. Thank you HC for setting the foundation of my career.

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