Early College High School extended application deadline for current 8th grade students Feb. 23
Early College High School is currently accepting applications for a new class of approximately 120 freshman students for the 2024-25 school year.
This program allows freshmen to take high school level courses in preparation for beginning college classes in 11th or 12th grade. Students can complete at least their first year of college or even earn their associate degree at the same time that they are finishing high school graduation requirements.
This program also saves parents money for college and increases first generation college attendees.
Additional student benefits of Early College High School, housed on the Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow campus, include peer/study groups, a smaller learning environment, ease of college enrollment, easier transition after high school, increase in college grades and more focused support for college entrance scores.
All courses will be taught by Broken Arrow teachers. Students in athletics and fine arts are able to participate and still meet necessary requirements. An essay is required to submit with the online application. Application deadline has been extended to Friday, Feb. 23. Please review the following for more information:
- Watch this ArrowVision video for an overview of ECHS.
- Essay requirements
- In district online application (Please use student's school login credentials.) or out of district online application. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if having issues logging into google or with the application form.
- Students will be notified of acceptance decision March 25-29.
- ECHS students can participate in fine arts and athletic elective options.
For more information, please contact Julie Sunderland, ECHS Principal, at email@example.com, 918-449-6185.