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 »
Thank you to all who participated in our first year of the Early College Summer program! It was a great success. We are now ready to accept applications for our second year open to metro Atlanta students.
In four weeks, our students gain what they need to be successful upon starting college. They’ll learn academic,… 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 »