Cityscape Prepares Students to Excel in High School 

  • Post published:April 10, 2024
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Four EGP students get accepted into Townview Center.

This year was not only the first year with most applicants from East Grand Preparatory at Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center, but it was also the first year with the most students accepted! 

Carlos Frias, Daisy Lopez, Johanna Rosas, and Diego Ramirez are the four EGP students who will begin high school this fall 2024 at Townview. 

Townview is known to be one of the most prestigious high schools in the country. The admission process is quite laborious and requires assessments, essays, and interviews. 

Something that differentiates Townview from other schools, is that students are able to apply for 

different schools within Townview, which allows them to select one that focuses on their career interest.

Each EGP student who applied to Townview for high school, had a different way of testing in accordance to the school they were applying for. 

Carlos found the most challenging part of his application process to be creating a portfolio of himself and what he wants to pursue in the future. Johanna felt that creating an interview-video to perfection to be the hardest part for her. Daisy and Diego thought that the testing was the tough part. 

Carlos is excited to start learning more about the career he is trying to pursue in the future. 

“It’s such an honor to continue my education at Marvin E. Robinson School of Business and Management in townview high school!” said Carlos. 

Daisy will be a part of the School of Science and Engineering and is already thinking about what she plans to do in the future! 

“I’m really excited to continue my education at one of the most prestigious schools in the country,” said Daisy. “I plan to join the robotics team while being a part of the school of science and engineering and one of my goals is to graduate high school with honors.”  

Johanna is attending the School of Health Professions and is looking forward to going into high school. 

“I’m most excited about the highschool experience and joining more school clubs, and also just really happy I’m going with people I know,” said Johanna.

Diego was accepted into the Talented and Gifted Program at Townview. This program is the most competitive program. 

“I’m excited to meet new people, for new learning and academic experiences,’ said Diego. “I’m so happy and proud that I got into the talented and gifted program! It’s the hardest program to get into but I just knew in my heart that I would get accepted.”

Ayleen’s favorite subject in school is math and she got accepted into the School of Science and engineering.

“I’m excited to start high school at the science and engineering school. I’m so happy to make my parents proud, they’ve always pushed me to do better so this is me showing them that I can,” said Ayleen.

Needless to say, Cityscape Schools is proud of the four students leaving their legacy behind and continuing their education. We wish them all the best of luck in high school!