Being an incoming freshman can be horrifying — but thanks to the Early College program it’s been an easy transition.
During Summer Bridge, the incoming freshmen at Caldwell Early College High School (CECHS) got together for three days to break the ice. Over these three days, we played different games to learn about each other and to connect with one another. This event made coming to school the first day as a freshmen less awkward because we already knew everyone in our classes.
Being at CECHS is like going to school with your family. Like family, we’re always there for each other and never put one another down. My expectations for the 2012-2013 school year are very high. I’m looking forward to learning from a new perspective and getting to know my fellow school mates better throughout the new school year. I’m excited to already be on the path to earn my associates degree and continue onto the college and field of studies of my choice.
The Early College has already given me options that traditional high schools could not. The teachers care about your success, want the best for you and will go through anything to make sure you succeed. This amazing environment makes learning easy. Not only does the school require students to work together, but they require the teachers to work together to do better for the students.
Choosing Caldwell Early College High School was the best decision I could make to help me better myself in my college, career and life.
Caldwell Early College High School, an NCNSP partner school, offers two-day study visits for educators and other interested in education innovation. Click here for more information.