TMP-Marian’s Han Accepted to AMS
Thomas More Prep-Marian freshman Andy (Jialiang) Han has been accepted into the prestigious Academy of Math and Science on the campus of Fort Hays State University. He is the fourth TMP-Marian student in the past three years that has been accepted into the accelerated high school program where students earn up to 60 hours of college credit while obtaining their high school diploma.
“TMP-Marian helped me a lot on knowing the American education system. My English improved a lot through learning here. We can choose courses which meet our personal needs. Teachers and classmates were kind to me, too. They actively helped me to solve my academic problems. I really enjoyed the time I studied at TMP-Marian,” Han said.
Han hails from Guangzhou, China, a sprawling port city northwest of Hong Kong. He hopes to study engineering in a computer or mechanical field.
“We are so proud of Andy for achieving his goal,” said principal Chad Meitner. “TMP-Marian has a proven track record of helping students prepare for the Academy and Math and Science. Congratulations and thanks also go to Andy’s teachers and host family for helping him accomplish this.”
Andy is the son of Han Tao and Jia Jinqiu. He has one younger sister. He is the host son of Don and Donna Lubbers of Hays. Once a Monarch, always a Monarch. God bless and good luck Andy!