Taylor High School partners with Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) to offer an Early College Program. The Early College Program is an application process. To qualify, 10th grade students should have passed all classes at the high school their freshman and sophomore years.
Students who apply and are accepted into the program will take two college classes each semester junior year and senior year. The classes run Monday - Thursday. The students are bused over to WCCCD at the end of 5th hour and then are bused back to the high school in time to catch the bus home. There are no college classes on Fridays. Students can either stay at the high school during 6th and 7th hours and work in Media Center or go home.
The WCCCD Early College classes are paid for by Taylor School District. Every participating student is responsible to pay for the books needed for each class.
College classes at WCCCD start in August, before Taylor K-12 schools begin. The students will need to find their own transportation for those first few weeks. More information will come from the college once students are accepted.
The Informational meeting was held, via Zoom, on Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting presentation, from WCCCD, is posted at the bottom of this page.
Applications for the Early College Program are available until April 9, 2021. They are posted on this page and in the Counselor Google Classrooms. Students will need to log in using their school account to access the applications.
Application Due Date: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 2:30 p.m.
Students were notified on April 21, 2021 regarding their acceptance or denial into the program.
EARLY COLLEGE ACADEMIC ADVISOR AT WCCCD:
Lina Warra - LWarra1@wcccd.edu 734-697-5186