High School Students Who Wish to Take College Classes
During any semester of their junior or senior years, high school students may attend Eastern as an Early Entrance student. Early Entrance students who successfully complete college-level courses may use the credits towards a College Certificate, an Associate Degree and graduation at Eastern — or choose to transfer the credits to other colleges and universities.
To qualify for admission to the Early Entrance Program, students must submit a completed Early Entrance Admissions Application. (Students under the age of 18 must have the approval and include the signature of parents or guardians.)
Want to know what courses are being offered at your high school?
Eastern provides Early Entrance Courses at East Hardy High School, Moorefield High School, Pendleton County High School, Petersburg High School, and Tucker County High School.
Click on your school below to find Spring 2021 Course Information Sheets.
Click Here to Register or contact your guidance counselor for registration information.
Don't see your high school listed? Contact Chip Bolyard to find out what courses are available to you!
NOW AVAILABLE: Online Early Entrance Admissions Application
Students must also submit an Early Entrance Course Authorization and Responsibility Form with the application form. This form identifies the class(es) you plan to take, provides parental authorization for tuition payment, and authorizes the release of college grade information to the student's high school. Early Entrance students must meet pre-requisite test scores before registering for any college-level English or math course.
For more information, contact Chip Bolyard, Student Program Advisor, by email, or telephone (304-434-8000; or 877-982-2322, ext. 9261).