“Chinquapin has been an amazing experience so far because I feel like it’s very welcoming to all types of people no matter what type of person you are. Chinquapin seems like the place to be to learn in a peaceful, safe environment.”

– Alexander Arellano, Class of 2029

“I love the community Chinquapin has provided me and the tight-knit relationships I have been able to establish within. I continue to count my blessings and opportunities presented to me each day and am grateful for everything Chinquapin has provided me.”

– Cassandra Plata, Class of 2024

“Chinquapin has turned into my second home. As a freshman in my 4th year at Chinquapin, I’ve had some of the most memorable and life-changing experiences that have shaped me to be the person I am. I first found out about Chinquapin from one of my family members. He made Chinquapin sound like the ideal place to be if your main priority is your education. So far, I have not been disappointed. “

– Estrella Toxqui-Correa, Class of 2027

Chinquapin is a safe community that focuses on students and staff ensuring that their mission is fulfilled by providing a high-quality education where we not only prepare academically to succeed in college but also build fundamentals that will help us grow as the leaders of tomorrow.

– Daniela Garza, Class of 2025


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2615 E. Wallisville Rd.
Highlands, TX 77562

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