Santa Fe Community College Celebrates High School Equivalency Graduates

What: Santa Fe Community College Celebrates 95 Students Earning a High School Equivalency Certificate (HSE)
Santa Fe Community College will celebrate 95 students who successfully completed their High School Equivalency exams in the Adult Education, Academic and Career Education (ACE) program.

Who: Ninety-five SFCC Students Earning a High School Equivalency Certificate with Keynote Speaker Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber

Speaking: Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber
SFCC President Dr. Cecilia Cervantes and
HSE and I-BEST graduate Norma Bustillos Martinez and HSE graduate Emillio Romero have been selected as the student speakers.
HSE student Benjamin Phillip Trujillo will perform an original composition The Love’s Conjuring. SFCC academic adviser Gerard Martinez y Valencia and ACE program coordinator Michael Lehrer will be performing Forever Young by Bob Dylan.

When: Wednesday, May 16 at 5:30 p.m.

Where: William C. Witter Fitness Education Center at SFCC, 6401 Richards Ave.

Of Note: Alan Webber, Santa Fe’s Mayor will be the keynote speaker at the event.

The SFCC Academic and Career Education (ACE) program helps students prepare for their HSE credential. Students prepare for the GED or HiSET exams to fulfill requirements for the HSE set by the state of New Mexico.

Contact: Adult Education ACE Program, 505-428-1356, lynne.matthes@sfcc.edu.


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