Georgia State’s Early College Program gives high school students a chance to gain two years of college credit before they graduate high school. The program recently celebrated 10 years of providing underrepresented, lower income students a chance to get a head start in their college education.
In only 10 years, the program has hosted more… more »
The Early College Initiative closed this school year with a celebration of its participating senior high-school graduates. This Senior Recognition Ceremony occurred on Tuesday, May 3. Led by the current head study coach, Leesi Barinem, the event was a relaxed, fun opportunity for Early College students to enjoy each other’s company, as well as review… more »
Early College Associate Director Dr. Tene Davis was recently featured on WABE News during a segment about Google and the National Park Foundation’s new coding initiative for young women. Dr. Tene Davis, who spearheads the Crim Center Girls Who Code Club, was brought on as a though leader to share the importance of gender diversity in tech and computer science. Davis said,… more »
On September 8, 2014, First Lady Michelle Obama and United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, spoke to students and leaders on post-secondary education at a college fair hosted at Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta. Along with Secretary Duncan, the First Lady delivered remarks at the rally… more »