Opportunities to learn more about Toledo Early College High School
- Shadowing for prospective students: March 29, March 30 and March 31.
- Informational meeting- Saturday, April 2, 2016 (9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.)
- Testing for prospective students- Saturday, April 9 (9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)
Offering a college preparatory program
A program that focuses on a liberal arts program. The curriculum is designed to accelerate students into college courses at the University of Toledo, beginning with the freshman school year. Students take two years of English, up to four years of mathematics and science and two years of social studies at the high school level. All other courses, including electives and foreign languages are taken at the University of Toledo.
Earn College Credits
Students can earn up to sixty (60) college credits during the four-year high school experience. College-level courses and required textbooks are provided at no cost to students. College courses qualify for dual credits, allowing them to be counted for high school and college credits. Students will earn credits that will be recorded officially and permanently on TPS and UT transcripts. LEARN MORE >
Parents are required to...
Attend to mandatory parent conferences, one each semester. They also are required to volunteer 10 hours per year for school-related events. A calendar of school and community-related events will be published twice a year that will list qualifying activities. Each time a parent completes an approved activity, a staff member will sign a volunteer log. Volunteer logs are submitted twice a year, as verification that all volunteer commitments have been met. Teachers encourage parent communication through email, conferences, on-line grade programs, telephone calls, etc. Questions and/or concerns are addressed immediately. We also have a strong and active Parent Teacher Association.