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Titan Engineering Academy class of 2024 raises the bar

Photo provided by Robert Parks.

Fifty-three students recently graduated from the Temescal Canyon High School Titan Engineering and Technology Academy. This group is the second graduation class to complete the program, earning both college credit and professional certification over the four-year course.

Photo provided by Robert Parks.

The students accumulated 583 college credits and received 403 college acceptances from various universities across the county.

Along the way, the students manufactured more than 300 parts for the California Baptist University Formula SAE and Formula EV race cars. Additionally, they earned more than 185 industry certifications were earned in SolidWorks, MasterCAM, Haas CNC Milling Machines, and OSHA.

Among the Temescal High School graduates, 11 of the top 25 attended the academy, including four of the top five graduated. The average GPA for academy seniors was 3.732. Seven of the students were named Student of the Month: Areli Braulio, Eva Kemle, Samuel Carvajal, Carly King, Cristiano Martins, Jacob Covarrubias, and Anthony Cuevas. 

Photo provided by Robert Parks.

Academy student and 2024 valedictorian Eva Kemle will be studying mechanical engineering at Columbia University, while other students will be attending the University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Irvine; University of California, San Diego; California State University, Fullerton; Cal Poly, Pomona; Arizona State University; Utah Tech University; and Montana Tech University.

The academy, led by Robert and Kathy Parks, is supported by the Gene Haas Foundation and state and federal grants. It is open to all students in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, regardless of the high school they attend. Sixty-four freshman students are accepted into the four-year program each year.

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