CELL at UIndy

Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning

Early College in Indiana

Higher Aspirations for Higher Learning

Across Indiana higher learning is lacking. For every 100 ninth-grade students, only 70 will graduate from high school within four years. Of those students, only 45 will enter college the following fall. By their college sophomore year, just 32 will still be enrolled. By the end of college, only 16 of those original 100 students will graduate on time. Numbers like these are contributing to Indiana’s ranking as 43rd in the nation for its percentage of adults with a bachelor’s degree or higher. To survive and thrive in the 21st century, all students must graduate high school and move on to college. With the U.S. Department of Labor estimating that 90 percent of new jobs will require at least some postsecondary education, it’s no exaggeration to say that students’ lives depend on it.

Early College in Indiana puts the pathways in place so that all students make higher education both a goal and a reality. Designed specifically for those students who often don’t know their full potential, Early College High School breaks down the barriers that prevent students from attending college and replaces them with bridges to postsecondary success. Students from across Indiana who have traditionally fallen through the cracks are now opening the door to new opportunities.

Indiana’s Early College High Schools

Defying the Odds, Redefining the Expectations

Leaders across Indiana have realized that even one student not graduating from high school is too many. In today’s competitive world, a high school diploma only serves as a stepping stone in a student’s educational journey. Economic prosperity and lifelong success in the 21st century require higher learning for all students. That is why schools across the state are implementing the Early College High School model. Early College ensures that no students are left behind and that every student has the opportunity to realize their full academic potential. Indiana’s Early College High Schools are bridging the gap between secondary and postsecondary education so that college becomes a reality for every Hoosier student.

These schools have successfully completed CELL’s Early College Endorsement process.

Bellmont Early College High School
North Adams Community Schools
Decatur, Indiana
First Endorsed 2011, Re-endorsed 2016
Partnering with Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne and Ivy Tech Community College

Ben Davis University High School
M.S.D. of Wayne Township
Indianapolis, Indiana
First Endorsed 2011, Re-endorsed 2016
Partnering with Vincennes University

Center Grove High School
Center Grove Community Schools
Greenwood, Indiana
First Endorsed 2011, Re-endorsed 2017
Partnering with Vincennes University

Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Charter School
Indianapolis, Indiana
First Endorsed 2011, Provisional Re-endorsement 2016
Partnering with Anderson University

Connersville High School
Fayette County School Corporation
Connersville, Indiana
First Endorsed 2013, Re-endorsed 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College and IU-Bloomington

Delta High School
Delaware Community School Corporation
Muncie, Indiana
First Endorsed 2015
Partnering with Ball State University and Ivy Tech Community College

East Allen University
East Allen County Schools
Fort Wayne, Indiana
First Endorsed 2015
Partnering with Vincennes University

Elkhart Area Career Center
Elkhart Community Schools
Elkhart, Indiana
First Endorsed 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College, Vincennes University

Elkhart Central High School
Elkhart Community Schools
Elkhart, Indiana
First Endorsed 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

Elkhart Memorial High School
Elkhart Community Schools
Elkhart, Indiana
First Endorsed 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

EVSC Early College High School
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation
Evansville, Indiana
First Endorsed 2014
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College and the University of Evansville

Franklin Community High School
Franklin Community Schools
Franklin, Indiana
First Endorsed 2014
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

Greensburg Community High School
Greensburg Community School Corporation
Greensburg, Indiana
Provisional Endorsement 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

Lawrenceburg High School
Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation
Lawrenceburg, Indiana
First Endorsed 2013, Re-endorsed 2017
Partnering with Vincennes University

North Daviess Jr.-Sr. High School
North Daviess Community Schools
Elnora, Indiana
Provisional Endorsement 2017
Partnering with Oakland City University

Perry Central Junior-Senior High School
Perry Central Community Schools
Leopold, IN
First Endorsed 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

Richmond High School
Richmond Community Schools
Richmond, Indiana
First Endorsed 2014
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

Tell City Jr.-Sr. High School
Tell City-Troy Township Schools
Tell City, Indiana
Provisional Endorsement 2017
Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College

Wabash High School
Wabash City Schools
Wabash, IN
First Endorsed 2015
Partnering with Vincennes University, IPFW

 

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