Early College Scholars Program




The Early College Scholars Program is a unique and exciting partnership with Central Virginia Community
 College. Early College is a two year program designed to allow selected juniors to earn an Advanced studies high school diploma from their home schools and an Associate of Arts and Science Degree in General Studies from CVCC at the same time. Students will attend their college courses at the Campbell County Technical Center in the morning and have the option of returning to their home school in the afternoon to take elective courses and participate in extra-curricular activities. Sophomores enrolled in Campbell County Schools with a minimum GPA of 3.5 and enrolled in Pre-AP Algebra II/Trig (or higher) and have successfully completed Algebra I and Geometry are eligible to apply. Students must receive qualifying scores on the Compass Assessment in mathematics and English to accept an invitation to the Early College Program. All students accepted into the program must participate in the orientation program. Tuition will be shared by Campbell County and the parents/students. The amount paid by the parent will be determined annually. Below is an example of the courses students take at the Early College Program:


                                 JUNIOR COURSES                                          SENIOR COURSES

                                College Composition I & II                            Survey of World Literature I & II

                             Pre-Calculus I & II                                        Applied Calculus I

                             Applied Calculus I & II                                  Statistics

                             General Biology I & II                                   General College Physics I & II

                             United States History I & II                           Government I & II

                             Music Appreciation I                                    Intro to Computer Apps and Concepts

                              Orientation                                                  Public Speaking / World Regigions



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