Central High Early Postsecondary Opportunities

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EPSOS AT Central HIGH

  • Central High offers a variey of Early Postsecondary Opportunities for students.

    • Advanced Placement
      • Biology/Biology Lab
      • Calculus AB
      • Calculus BC
      • Chemistry/Chemistry Lab
      • Computer Science Principles
      • English Language/Composition
      • English Literature/Composition
      • European History
      • History of Art
      • Human Geography
      • Music Theory
      • Psychology
      • Seminar
      • Studio Art - 3D Design
      • Studio Art - Drawing
      • U.S. Government and Politics
      • U.S. History
      • World History
    • Dual Enrollment
      • Academic Seminar
      • Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab
      • Anatomy & Physiology III/Lab
      • Clinical Exercise Science
      • College Algebra
      • Dietetics & Nutrition
      • English Composition I & II
      • English Literature I & II
      • Office Management I & II
      • Machining Tech II-2HR
      • Pre-Calculus
      • Psychology
      • Residential & Commercial Construction
      • Sociology
      • Statistics
      • Welding II
    • Statewide Dual Credit
      • Intro to Business
      • Pre-Calculus
      • Statistics
    • Industry Certifications
      • Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
      • CompTIA IT Fundamentals
      • Java Script Specialist
      • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
      • Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA)
      • TSIC for Dietetics & Nutrition

WHAT IS AN EPSO?

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    An Early Post Secondary Opportunity (or EPSO) is a high school course or program that allows a student to gain college credit or industry certification. In order for an EPSO to count, a student must take the applicable exam. Types of EPSOs include:

    • Advanced Placement (AP)
    • Dual Enrollment (DE)
    • International Baccalaureate (IB)
    • Career and Technical training
    • Statewide Dual Credit

    Learn more at scsk12.org/epso.


ABOUT US

  • For more information about Early Postsecondary Opportunities for students at Central High, call (901) 416-4506. 

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    To learn more about the SCS Ready Grad program, visit our CCTE Department at www.scsk12.org/ccte.