Toledo Early College was recently mentioned in a Toledo Blade article citing results from a recent Ohio Department of Education press release. The article states;
"The Toledo Early College, which allows students to earn college credit while in high school, ranked 17th in the state, and was the top-ranked school in the Toledo metro area."
The full article from The Toledo Blade can read here.
The full press release from the Ohio Department of Education can be read here.
Toledo Early College High School offers a college preparatory program that focuses on a liberal arts program. The curriculum is designed to accelerate students into college courses at the University of Toledo, beginning with the freshman school year. Students take two years of English, up to three years of mathematics and science and two years of social studies at the high school level. All other courses, including electives and foreign language are taken at the University of Toledo.
Students can earn up to 60 college credits during the four-year high school experience. College-level courses and required textbooks are provided at no cost to students. College courses qualify for dual credits, allowing them to be counted for high school and college credits. Students will earn credits that will be recorded officially on TPS and UT transcripts.