District 214 seniors have the opportunity to participate in a honors program to earn up to 16 early college credits in an online partnership with Arizona State University.
The program, located at District 214’s Early College Center, provides an opportunity for students to take an eight-week honors course every quarter, as well as a self-paced math course, guided by a District 214 teacher, and simultaneously earn high school and college credit.
The Arizona State University partnership offers District 214 students a reduced tuition rate, helping families save money for college.
The online courses include College Algebra, English Composition, Introduction to Solar Systems, Macroeconomics and Social Science.
The Early College Center is open to District 214 seniors with the demonstrated ability to work independently and succeed in college-level work. Selection into this program is based on student interest, academic readiness and a counselor recommendation.
For more information contact Director Kate Kraft at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 847-718-7888.
To apply to the Early College Center, please fill out this form and return it to your school counselor.
Early College Center
Forest View Educational Center - A Building
2121 South Goebbert Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005