Engineering and Early College Small Learning Community
The Engineering Early College (E2C) Small Learning Community curriculum is designed to assist students in developing skills necessary to succeed in rigorous, relevant coursework that will provide a framework for preparation for college and post-graduate work. By the end of their senior year, students may achieve two years of college credit.
- Provide academic courses that meet high school graduation and college entrance requirements
- Prepare students for completion of a project that brings together skills acquired from academic and career classes
- Provide advisement and counseling to ensure that students have a post-secondary plan
- Provide mentoring and job shadowing opportunities in career fields
- To meet Georgia Performance Standards
- To develop college orientation
- To inspire socially and civically literate students
- To establish clear and concise post-collegiate goals
Program of Study
In addition to the core program of study, students will be required to take the following classes to meet the requirements of the E2C Small Learning Community:
- Early College Seminar
- Early College Math
- Early College English
- Early College Social Studies
- Early College Science
- AC/DC Circuitry
- Foundation of Electronics
- Students will know and be able to apply knowledge to solving real-world problems.
- Students will demonstrate effective communication and writing skills.
- Students will demonstrate employability skills.
- Students will be able to perform human relations skills.
- Students will learn to identify engineering fundamentals.
- Students will maintain a portfolio required by Atlanta Public Schools.