FREER – The Freer graduating Class of 2018 signed their letters of intent to a college, university or military on Wednesday following a tradition set before them.

In the summer of 2015 administrators got together and discussed the future of their students. The plan, known as “Journey to Mars” was to have 100 percent of their students be accepted into a post secondary institution.

Students are:

United States Army

Maria Aguillon and Aaron Trevino

Abilene Christian University

Kierstyn Carpenter

Coastal Bend College

Christiana Bazan, David DeLeon, Isaac Flores, Kellie Martinez and Kayla Pena

Dalas Institute of Funeral Services

Andruw Espinoza

Del Mar College

Delcia Aguillon, Ofelia Chavez, Lenny Espinoza, Minevakine Garza, Tynisha Garza, Deedra Lopez, Clariza Moreno, David Perez, Allyson Rangel and Madelyn Tarango

Louisiana State University

Cheyenne Clarke

Saint Vincent College

Wyatt Lee

Southern Careers Institute

Luisa Carballeira

South Texas College

Maribel Mireles and Kayla Mirelez

Texas A&M University College Station

Renee Rodriguez and Meghan Sharber

Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

Yaqueline Mondragon and Marcus Schuessler

Texas A&M University Kingsville

Daniel Marin

University of Texas San Antonio

Rebecca Garza, Monique Jordan, Alma Santos and Jalynn Utley