Morehead State University’s Early College Program held its summer faculty meeting with nearly 60 high school faculty instructors that will participate in the 2017-18 school year.
More than 60 high schools and area technology centers will offer MSU classes with nearly 3,000 high school students participating in the program in the upcoming year.
Qualifying students are given the opportunity to prepare for the future while attending high school. In the program, students may enroll in a course taught in their high school and receive college credit for successful completion.
The program allows qualified high school faculty, who meet accreditation standards, to teach the University courses.
Each course offered at the high school has the approximate cost savings of $1,000 per student while also allowing students to graduate from college up to a semester or more sooner. Students are more prepared for college success by doing college level academic work during their junior and senior years of high school.
School systems taking part are: Bath, Boyd, Breathitt, Bullitt, Carter, Clark, Estill, Fayette, Fleming, Floyd, Grant, Jefferson, Jessamine, Johnson, Lawrence, Lewis, Martin, Mason, Mercer, Montgomery, Morgan, Oldham, Owen, Pike, Powell, Rowan, Shelby, and Wolfe and Woodford counties; as well as Ashland Blazer, Fairview, Jackson, Lexington Catholic, Lexington Christian, Raceland, Russell, Somerset, St. Patrick’s independents and Lakeside Christian.
Participating in the training were: John Ramey, Tamela Porter, Rachelle Thompson, Bath County; Cindy Worthington, Kristy Blankenship, Boyd County; Sarah Winchester, Emily Warren, Bryan Station; Anita Montgomery, Bullitt Central; Amy Moore, East Ridge; Jessica Brown, Carla Faulkner, Elliott County; Amy Halbert, Lisa Tackett, Floyd Central; Katherine Lowther, Eloise Lynch, George Rogers Clark; Matt Baker, Bryan Mosier, Charlie Hunter, Greenup County; Linda Mathis, Henry County; Mary Adams, Scott Osborn, Lawrence County; Becky Haggard, Betty Vanderpool, Lexington Christian; Stephanie Martinez, Samuel Caudill, Mason County; Willie Carver, Krystal Howard, Montgomery County; Kevin Jones, Lori Keeton, Stacey Perry, Morgan County; Carol Fields, Chris Akin, North Oldham; Laura Hackney, Paul Blazer; Billy Lowe, Ronn Varney, Pike County Central; Stacy Linn, Gina Kinser, Tim Jones, Powell County; Kimberly Sexton, Zenaida Smith, Raceland; Steve Cyrus, Charlie Charles, Todd Campbell, Carolyn O'Brien, Rowan County; Philip Traina, Robyn Campbell, Carol Stevens, Robert Templeton, Catherine Del Valle, Russell; Zelda Hall, Shelby Valley; Carol Rosensteel, Sheldon Clark; Kathryn Ortiz, South Oldham; Margaret Klee, St. Patrick; Crystal Riddle, Annette Hines, Talent Search; Chad Rudd, Dan Combs, Wolfe County; Kim Joyner, Amy Schwarz, Woodford County.
Additional information is available by calling Joel Pace, director of early college programs, at 606-783-2995 or you can find an application at http://www.moreheadstate.edu/earlycollege