Early College High School

Early College High School is an intensive accelerated program that collapses earning a high school diploma and one of the following in four high school years:

Early College High School vs. Dual Credit: What's the difference?
  • Early College High School map with endorsed programs.
  • Early College High School begins in ninth grade, enabling you to complete up to two years of Dual Credit coursework towards a specific college degree.
  • Early College schools generally absorb most course costs while families may be responsible for Dual Credit costs beyond the Indiana minimum offering of two courses.
  • Both programs are open to all students, but Early College is tailored for first-generation college students, minorities, and socioeconomically disadvantaged students.
  • Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL)