体育投注注册The ECHS program will begin with a college preparatory curriculum in the ninth grade; beginning in 10th Grade, college courses will be gradually added to the student's schedule.
College courses will be introduced on a graduated basis:
体育投注注册Camp College/summer program: ECHS students will be expected to attend a summer “bridge experience” to orient them to college-level expectations, study, research, and time management skills, and to build relationships with fellow students. High school credit may be earned for the bridge experiences.
体育投注注册Tulsa Community College instructors will teach the courses, which will begin in August 2018 (the students’ sophomore year).
体育投注注册Students will be able to take up to 19 combined college credit hours and high school classes per semester, exempting six hours cocurricular club or organization hours.
ECHS classes will be held primarily at the Union Collegiate Academy (UCA), although labs and summer classes may be held at the TCC Southeast Campus. College classes will take place on a Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday schedule, with science labs and study classes on Fridays.
体育投注注册Grade alerts for ECHS students in college courses will be generated every two weeks.
Study sessions and tutoring will be required.
Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA to remain enrolled in college classes.
体育投注注册 Replacements into high school courses will be possible – and may be necessary – to ensure students do not lose credits toward high school graduation.
TCC advisors will conduct individual or group college advisement conferences, including degree audits, two times per year with all ECHS students. ECHS counselors will track credit requirements for the high school diploma.
ECHS students will have access to the TCC Writing Lab, Math Lab, Library, and other college facilities and services available to other TCC students.
During the regular academic year, transportation to TCC Southeast Campus during the school day will be provided by the district. Students may be responsible for their own transportation during the summer or evening classes at TCC.