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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Mae C. Jemison High School

by Anita Reid | Jul 21, 2021

College Academy Magnet Program

School of Distinction AwardHuntsville City Schools

Principal, Dr. Demetris Harris-Leverette

Superintendent, Mrs. Christy Finley

The College Academy at Jemison High School (JHS) is a dual enrollment program in which high school students from across the Huntsville City School District have an opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with the partner institution, The University of Alabama at Huntsville. Students were selected in 7th grade through a rigorous application process which determined entry based on numerous factors. Students were organized into a cohort model while also engaging in all aspects of Jemison High School life. During the Freshman and Sophomore years, UAH professors traveled to the JHS campus and taught college courses to students in the designated College Academy wing of the building. The UAH professors were available for office hours and student conferences. For the junior and senior years, students traveled to the University of Alabama at Huntsville campus to take classes. The students had full access to student activities relative to college students. With the ability to earn up to 60 hours in college credit, Jemison High students drastically reduced the amount of time to complete a bachelor's degree.

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