The Early College at Guilford serves as a national model for Early College Entrance High Schools
The mission of The Early College at Guilford is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by providing exceptionally challenging educational opportunities that support academic development at the highest standards. Through building bridges at the earliest opportunity between high school, college, and beyond, our school seeks to awaken and mature the creative, social, and academic abilities of students. We strive to foster multi-dimensional leadership in varied contexts so that our students may succeed in higher education and the changing world beyond.
Our school offers a writing intensive, fast-paced curriculum in partnership with Guilford College, a selective, national liberal arts institution. Students take honors and advanced placement courses in the ninth and tenth grades and college courses with undergraduate students taught by college professors in grades eleven and twelve. Students graduate with a high school diploma and up to two years of credit from Guilford College.
**ECG and and the LEGACY of its founder -- In honor of ECG's 20th anniversary, The Phoenix reached out to inaugural principal Dr. Tony Lamar Burk II. Please read his remarks as he reflects on the inception of the school and what it was like to be an ECG student in 2002. Artilce written by Caroline Boone, Class of 2025.**
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Principal Dr. Pete Kashubara
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