Early College Academy at Laney High School
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The Early College Program is a partnership with Augusta University and provides the most highly motivated and capable students access to rigorous and accelerated curriculum and instruction. Participation in Early College allows high school students access to two years of college credit at no cost.
Students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and receive two years of college credit at the conclusion of their high school career. Students begin their Early College career by taking specialized classes and expert instruction for two years at the high school level. At the start of their third year, students enroll full-time at Augusta University where they spend their last two years earning sixty credit hours toward an undergraduate degree.
Richmond County’s Early College Program prepares students to excel as college students and as citizens of this community. Students will enjoy enrichment opportunities in Georgia, that will prepare them for the many possibilities beyond high school. Participants will be better equipped to withstand the challenges of college, maneuver the trials of young adulthood, and attain high school and college education as a result of their participation in the Early College Program.