Haiven Alvarado-Harris, a standout volleyball player from Brazos High School in Wallis, Texas, recently made a significant decision in her athletic career. She signed a Letter of Intent to play volleyball for Wharton County Junior College located in Wharton, Texas. This is a significant achievement for Alvarado-Harris, and a solid choice for her to continue her education and athletic career.

Wharton County Junior College is a two-year community college that was established in 1946. The college is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and is a member of the Texas Association of Community Colleges. Wharton County Junior College has campuses in Wharton, Sugar Land, and Richmond, Texas, and serves over 5,000 students annually.

They offer a variety of degree plans that are designed to meet the needs of students who plan to transfer to a four-year university or who want to pursue a technical or vocational degree. The college offers over 50 Associate Degree and Certificate programs, including programs in business, criminal justice, health sciences, nursing, and STEM fields. The college is known for its exceptional nursing and allied health programs, which prepare students for careers in high-demand healthcare fields.

For Alvarado-Harris, choosing to attend Wharton County Junior College is a wise decision. The college has a strong athletic program and is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). The college’s volleyball team has a history of success, and Alvarado-Harris will have the opportunity to play for a talented and experienced coaching staff.

In addition to the college’s strong athletic program, Alvarado-Harris will have access to a wide range of resources and support services to help her succeed academically. The college has a dedicated faculty and staff who are committed to helping students achieve their goals. The college also offers tutoring, academic advising, and career services to help students navigate their educational and career paths.

Congratulations Haiven!  We wish her the best of luck as she begins this new chapter in her life.


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