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Early College High School

EDGE (Earn a Degree, Graduate Early)

Information sessions / workshops

  • Postponed to February 12, 2022 Saturday, January 15, 2022 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. (WORKSHOP @ Monroe) Sign up here.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Click here to join or call in at 312-626-6799.
  • Saturday, Feb. 12, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.  (Virtual OK Promise Workshop) Click here to join or call in at 312-626-6799.

Click here to view a pre-recorded information session. View the presentation here.


 

In the Early College High School/EDGE (Earn a Degree, Graduate Early) program, students graduate with both a high school diploma and an associate degree free of charge. The program provides high school students with the support they need to succeed in college with extra tutoring, monthly events with classmates, study sessions, and even access to college facilities!

The deadline to apply for the 2022-2023 school year is February 13, 2022.

How to apply

  • Visit enroll.tulsaschools.org to log-in to Smart Choice.
    • Select either “McLain Early College High School” or “Memorial Early College High Schools” as your first choice.
    • You can include BOTH programs in your six school choices and also select up to four other schools.
  • Complete the TCC application.
    • It includes a 500-word essay to be completed by the student applying and one letter of recommendation.
    • Printable application: English / Español
  • Complete Oklahoma's Promise application.

Contact Us

Dr. Elfreda Austin
McLain High School Assistant Principal
Email Dr. Austin
 
Dr. Michelle Brown
Memorial High School AP of Curriculum and Instruction
918-833-9635
Email Dr. Brown
 

 


 

Early College High School Student Experience 

9th grade

Students do not take college courses in 9th grade; however, they participate in cohort events and learn skills necessary for college such as time management, study skills, etc.

10th grade

In sophomore year, students take a total of four college-level courses (two in the fall, two in the spring) but spend most of their time on their high school campus taking high school classes. Transportation will be provided when students go to TCC.

11th grade

In junior year, students take a total of seven college courses (three in the fall, four in the spring) and split their time between their high school campus and the TCC campus. Transportation will be provided.

12th grade

In senior year, students take a total of eight college courses (four in the fall, four in the spring) and split their time between their high school campus and the TCC campus. Transportation will be provided.


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