Fort Wayne Community Schools will offer the Early College program at North Side and Wayne high schools beginning in the 2014-15 school year. FWCS will partner with Ivy Tech Community College for the program at Wayne.
The Early College program allows students starting in their freshman year to experience rigorous high school and college coursework while still in high school.
This opportunity further prepares students for college and careers after high school. Nationwide, students who participate in Early College are more likely to graduate from high school. In addition, 94 percent earn free college credit while in high school and 30 percent earn an Associate’s Degree or other credentials while in high school.
“Early College further strengthens the rigor of our high school programs,” Superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson said. “Early College is based on the idea that academic rigor, combined with the opportunity to save time and money toward a degree, are powerful motivators for students to work hard and challenge themselves intellectually.”
> Read More Information About Us
> More Articles Written By Our Staff
Latest posts by The Waynedale News Staff (see all)
- WEATHER SIREN COMING SOON, THANKS TO WAYNEDALE BUSINESS CHAMBER INITIATIVE - April 14, 2017
- LIVING WITH CANADA GEESE DURING NESTING SEASON - April 14, 2017
- Lucille Irene Stapleton, 86 - April 14, 2017