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High School Counselors
High School Counselors are essential to the relationship between Early College Experience (ECE) and the high schools. Counselors advocate for the success of students by providing access to rigorous and meaningful educational experiences. In collaboration with Early College Experience, counselors promote a safe and supportive learning environment for all students.
Counselors coordinate course requests to ECE, communicate with ECE faculty and staff, and assist students with ECE applications, transcripts, test scores and other academic information.
Maximum enrollment for English Composition courses is 25 students per section. Maximum enrollment for all other college-credit courses is 30.
ECE courses are taught by NWACC faculty and by qualified high school instructors. A variety of formats allows flexibility of enrollment and increased access for students.
- On-site by qualified high school instructors
- AP/concurrent blend
- Compressed interactive video (CIV)
ECE courses can be blended with AP courses provided that at least 51% of students are enrolled in ECE.