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University View Academy looking for students to enroll in 2018-19 Early College Program

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University View Academy, a K-12 online charter academy, is looking for students interested in signing up for their Early College Program for the 2018-2019 school year. According to their website, University View is a tuition-free online charter school that provides Louisiana students with instruction from certified Louisiana teachers while online as dual-enrollment 

Last year the school began its Early College Program with more than 400 students enrolled in courses for the semester. University View says that 99 percent of those students enrolled passed courses taken online and were eligible to receive college credit. 

The program is catered towards high school students. Here are the basics:

-A qualifying student enters 9th or 10th grade at University View Academy;

-The student enrolls in courses that earn a tuition-free degree transferable to a public Louisiana four-year university-or complete an Associate's Degree from a Louisiana community college-with their high school diploma;

-Each enrolled University View student in the Early College program is assigned a college and career counselor to help guide the student's interests;

-The program is applicable to TOPS Tech JumpStart Diplomas, a career-track program for students interested in high-skills trades;

-An Early College graduate earns a minimum of 24 Carnegie Units and 60 college hours;

-Early College 11th and 12th graders are eligible to take courses at the college campus.

-Students who enroll are provided with a Mac Airbook and Internet subsidy and covers all student textbooks fees after approval.

To register for courses and learn more visit, universityview.academy

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