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The Early College Program at Edward H. White High School sets students up for long-term success. Early College Students at Edward H. White attend all of their courses on the Edward H. White High School campus during 9th and 10th grade. During their 11th and 12th grade years, college level courses are completed on the FSCJ Campus Early College students in the Associate of Arts program track can customize their experience by enrolling in up to 24 credits of elective courses of their choice, which gives them the opportunity to explore their career interests and/or complete prerequisites for their intended upper-level college course of study. · What are the requirements for Program Continuation?
- Students must successfully complete the SLS 1103 course during the Spring of grade 9.
- Students must earn at least 9 credit hours by the end of grade 10.
- Students must earn an acceptable score for admission into Florida State College at Jacksonville on college readiness testing (PERT, ACT, or SAT) prior to the end of the freshman year (Reading and Writing) and prior to the end of sophomore year (Math), or prior to the student exceeding 12 credit hours of dual enrollment, whichever comes first. When taking PERT for the first time, students must be tested in all three subject areas.
- Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 (“C”) FSCJ cumulative grade point average and a minimum 3.0 (“B”) unweighted cumulative high school grade point average.