Meeting to offer details on free program to interested parents, students
HENDERSON, Nev. – Nevada State High School, which allows high school juniors and seniors to complete up to two years of college for free while still participating in regular high school activities, is seeking more motivated individuals to add to its classes for the 2010-2011 school year.
At 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 4, NSHS will hold informational meetings to provide more details about the free program and answer any questions potential students or their parents may have.
All information sessions will be held in the Wells Fargo Building – located at 112 South Water Street, just off Pacific Avenue in Downtown Henderson. People can RSVP for any of the events by visiting earlycollegenv.com and following the link for “RSVP for Info Meeting” under the main menu. An iPad will be raffled of during the evening.
Current sophomores and juniors enrolled at Clark County public and private schools are eligible to apply to NSHS to begin classes fall 2010. Once accepted into the school, NSHS works together with students on their college curriculum and personally enrolls students into college courses that work together with their respective CCSD high school’s coursework and extracurricular activities to ensure students still don’t miss out on traditional high school experiences.
Since opening its doors, NSHS has graduated more than 300 students.
For more information on Nevada State High School call 702-953-2600 or visit www.earlycollegenv.com.