CAC’s Early Start programs help Pinal high school students earn college credits

PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – For teenagers who want to jumpstart their college careers, Central Arizona College offers a bevy of options for qualified students to earn credits while still attending high school.

These programs include First Step which is held during the summer months; Early College and Dual Enrollment, which take place during the fall and spring semesters; Program of Study (formerly known as Tech Prep); and Science Technology, Engineering and Match (STEM).

To enroll in these programs, students should see their high school counselor for more information.

Each program has specific requirements, application processes and contact information, and students may participate in more than one program during the school year.

For more information, click here for the Early Start page at the CAC website.

 

Dual Enrollment

Contact Information: Luis Sanchez

520-494-5111 / dualenrollment@centralaz.edu

 

Early College

Contact Information: Luis Sanchez

520-494-5111 / dualenrollment@centralaz.edu

 

First Step

Contact Information: Luis Sanchez

520-494-5111 / dualenrollment@centralaz.edu

 

Program of Study

Contact Information: James Cadena

520-494-5312 / james.cadena@centralaz.edu

 

STEM Program

Contact Information: Sharon Wisniewski

520-494-5493 / stem.program@centralaz.edu

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