the SEA Class of 2015 earned more than $12 million in scholarships.
the SEA Class of 2015 had a 100% college acceptance rate and a 97% matriculation rate.
the class of 2015 included:
the SEA requires all students to complete a qualified academic research project every year.
the SEA sponsors one of the largest science and engineering fairs in the state of Texas.
the SEA has qualified 20 projects to the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) since 2006.
the SEA has qualified students for I-SWEEEP (International Sustainable World Project Olympiad) every year.
SEA student science projects have been presented on different 4 continents.
2 SEA students have earned patents for their science projects.
several SEA students have had their work published in professional scientific journals.
2 SEA students have astronomical objects named after them.
the Jay / SEA Architecture Construction Engineering Mentorship Program (ACE) is a national flagship program.
the ACE Mentor Program won the AP Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Arts.
our Jay / SEA robotics team participates in 3 different robotics competitions each year.
several SEA students have qualified as National History Day Finalists.
100% of the SEA students are enrolled in at least one or more pre-AP and/or AP courses.
23 Advanced Placement courses are offered at the SEA.
the Jay / SEA 2014-2015 UIL Academic earned the NISD District Championship.
the SEA had the most recent UIL State Math Champion, the only student in the state to earn a perfect score.
the SEA offers more than 20 different clubs and organizations participated in by student body.
Tesoro Foundation awarded the SEA a 2-year $145,000 STEM Grant to support STEM Leadership Program.
several SEA students participate in summer research internships and mentorships each year at places like: