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Nicholas Academic Centers in Santa Ana Recognized by Mayor Pulido and City Council for Decade of Guiding and Preparing nearly 2,000 Underserved H.S. Students to College. 

 

SANTA ANA, Calif.  – November 23, 2018 – Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido and the Santa Ana City Council, at a ceremony earlier this week in the city council chamber packed with students, families, educators and city officials, recognized the Nicholas Academic Centers in Santa Ana for 10 years of guiding and preparing nearly 2,000 mostly Latino high school students for enrollment, attendance and excelling at universities and colleges nationwide.  

 

"The City of Santa Ana prides itself on always putting education first,” said Mayor Pulido. “The Nicholas Academic Centers in Santa Ana not only put education first, but they inspire our youth to achieve great success in life. The students at Nicholas Academic Centers have a tremendous track record, as many continue on to study at the most prestigious universities across the country.”

 
   
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