At The Early College at Guilford, high school students can graduate with two years of college credit from Guilford College, a private liberal arts institution. Because of this partnership, the curriculum is writing intensive, and students in the ninth and 10th grade take honors and Advanced Placement courses. Students in 11th and 12th grade take college courses with undergraduates taught by college professors, including organic chemistry, linear algebra, modern art, health economics and more. Service learning is encouraged, and students can start clubs and organizations. The Early College at Guilford does not have athletic teams, but students can join teams in their attendance zone.
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