Early College High School enrolls students who are not likely to pursue post-secondary education, specifically first generation students and students from poverty, and provides the support, motivation and remediation needed for students to earn college credit. Early College students graduate high school with college credit at no cost to them, with some students earning certificates or associate’s degrees. Early College students leave high school ready for success in further post-secondary education and with the skills, dispositions and knowledge needed to pursue meaningful career pathways.
Elkhart County High Schools Currently Implementing: 2
Elkhart County High Schools on Path to Implementation: 5
Number of Students Enrolled: 110
Highlights from 2013-2014 Evaluation
Expected Long-Term Outcomes for Elkhart County high school graduates:
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