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2  A college preparatory program aimed at helping students gain college credit and experience college before they graduate from high school.  Rigorous course work with support through “Office Hours” that will prepare students for college readiness and success.  Mentoring, personalization, project-based learning and an emphasis on study skills.

3  ENGLISH – Krista Hensley, Debi Dixon, Melissa Warner  MATH – Lindsay Hull, Julie Coyne, Shawn Sanders  SCIENCE – Alisha Lemons, Clay Heavin, Brian Weidman  SOC STUDIES – Jenna Rickmon, Jeff Buckmaster, Eric Howe  BUSINESS – Tracy Buck  KEYSTONE – Shannon Sheely  SPECIAL SERVICES – Dana Pfaff, Judy Shockley  Adjuncts – Kathleen Kersey, Cindy Cullom, Brad Timmons, Rick Jones, Adam Gaff  LEAD TEACHER – Krista Hensley

4 Inaugural Year Dual credit began (projected) 9 th th th thnone Total *As of August each year

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6  465 VU course enrollments  Total potential credits being earned is 1,531 for this semester  Credit hour ranges from 3 to 15 per student

7  The pursuit of an Associate Degree (General Studies with a liberal arts emphasis) OR  The pursuit of a Collegiate Certificate ( 30 hours)

8 Sophomores Algebra 2 American Lit. (American Studies) American Hist. (American Studies) Chemistry or Earth Science PE/Health (VU Personal Fitness and Wellness)** HS or college elective Study Hall

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10 Course nameDescriptionAccuplacer required PFWL (Pers Fitness and Wellness) yearlong Required for sophomores NO HIST 139 – first semesterAm Hist IYES HIST second semesterAm Hist IIYES SPCH 143 – eitherIntro to SpeechYES ART 110 – second semesterArt AppreciationYES MUS 118 – first semesterMusic Appreciation NO SKLS 105 – eitherStudy SkillsNO SPAN 101 or SPAN 103College SpanishPlacement test ENGL 101 – yearlongEnglish Composition YES – only top students ERTH100 – second semesterEarth ScienceYES

11  Will be given in mid-February during American Studies class and English 11 classes.  Will be given in mid-February to freshmen who meet the criteria – homework completion, lexile level, grades, English screening test.  Two parts – English/Reading and Math  Untimed – must finish it within a two week window.  Scores will determine which college classes students may enroll in.

12  60 total credit hours  ENGLISH– ENGL 101, ENGL 102, LITR 221, LITR 223. LITR 100 or one of the “appreciations”.  PFWL 100  MATH – MATH 102  SCI – ERTH 100 or BIOL 100  SPCH 143  SOCL 151, SOCL 245  PSYC 142  Study Skills - SKLS 103  Two of these three courses – HUMN 210, PHIL 212, ENGL 202  One course from this group of classes – MUSM 118, ARTT 110, THEA 100, ERTH 100 or BIOL 100  Sixteen hours of elective credits (SKLS 105, COMP 110, MUSM 118, ART 110, THEA 100, COMP 107, PHIL 212, POLS 111, HIST 139, HIST 140, HUMN 211, SPAN 101, SPAN 103, SPAN 201)

13  13 three-credit hour courses = 39  1 two-credit hour course = 2  1 four-credit hour course = 4 SUBTOTAL = 45 5 three-credit hour electives = 15 GRAND TOTAL = 60 cr hrs

14 Low end - $2,500 High end - $3,200

15  The student session is an intensive two-week event (June 2-16, 2012) on the Vincennes campus. Cost is approximately $1,000. Fundraising opportunities available.  The students will earn transcripted college credit while living in the dorms, eating at the dining hall, learning in the labs, lecture halls and classrooms and studying in the library accompanied by a wide range of extra- curricular options.

16 Semester 1Semester 2 English 11 or College English HS Govt or POLS 111*HS Economics –for strong students HS Geometry HS Science – Chem or Physics Electives - college or high schoolElectives – college or high school Electives - college or high schoolElectives – college or high school Electives – strongly recommend internship Study Hall * An AP course is suggested Study Hall

17  Strong Math students may double up in math and take VU MATH 102 College Algebra along with Geometry  Strong students may take Government and Econ their junior year. Weaker students should only take Govt.  Strong students should consider taking POLS 111 which will count as HS government.

18  Art 100  MUSM 118  THEA 100  SPCH 142  ENGL 101  ENGL 102 ( for those who had ENGL 101)  HIST 139, HIST 140  POLS 111  SOCL 151  SPAN 101,103,201  Accuplacer Reading  No Accuplacer  Accuplacer/Reading  Accuplacer ReadWrit  C in ENGL 101  Accuplacer ReadWrit  No Accuplacer  Accuplacer Reading  Placement tests

19  MATH College Algebra (double)  ENGL 202 – Creative Writing  SKLS 104 – Study Skills  READ 011 and MATH 016 (developmental courses) will be offered in summer school – dates to be determined – cost is $225

20 Semester 1Semester 2 English 12 or College English* Social Science * Pre-calc, Trig/Stats or College Algebra* Science or College Science* Internship (if not taken Jr Year)Elective or College Elective Study Hall  Students may choose courses which meet their needs for degree completion and/or college admissions.  Students are encouraged to take at least one AP Course.

21  Art 100  MUSM 118  THEA 100  SPCH 142  ENGL 101  ENGL 102 ( for those who had ENGL 101; required for the AS Degree)  LITR100  LITR 221 World Lit II  LITR 223 Amer Lit II  HIST 139, HIST 140  POLS 111  SOCL 151  SPAN 101,103,201  PSYC 142  Accuplacer Reading  No Accuplacer  Accuplacer Reading  Accuplacer ReadWrit  C in ENGL 101  Verbal SAT 420  Accuplacer Reading  No  Accuplacer Reading  Placement tests  Accuplacer Read,Writing, Math -- continued

22  MATH College Algebra (yearlong; double up with Geometry)  ENGL 202 – Creative Writing  SKLS 105 – Study Skills  SOCL 245 – Cultural Diversity*  HUMN 211 – Intro to Humanities 1*  PHIL 212 – Intro to Philosophy* * For the Associates Degree – college soph level courses

23 We receive special tuition rates:  $25 per credit hour if the course is taught by one of our teachers who is credentialed by VU or if the class is on the Priority Liberal Arts List from the ICHE.  $75 per credit hour if the course is taught by an adjunct or through distance learning.

24  Students enrolled in VU courses have access to all online student resources from VU. FEES MUST BE PAID BY THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.  VU provides free Accuplacer testing for our students. ( $8 per student)  Whenever possible, VU allows us to purchase textbooks to rent to our students, a cost-saving measure for students.

25  VU provides academic support for curriculum alignment and articulation agreements for transfer credits.  VU provides free tutoring in math and English  VU provides adjuncts to us at no cost to the school corporation.  VU provides a new full-time Academic Dean, Josh Baker.

26  READ 011 and MATH 016, two developmental classes will be offered this summer at CGHS. The cost is $225, and they are not college credit-bearing classes. Open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. Enroll on line after March 1. These are not credit recovery.  Other possibilities are COMP 107- Web Page Design and others TBA.

27 For more information : Contact Sandy Hillman, Director of The or Krista Hensley, EC Lead Teacher main/158 For questions about credit transferability, contact the Indiana Commission on Higher Education


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