FAQ for Howard E. Ivester Early College
What is the Hall County Howard E. Ivester Early College?
Hall County Schools is partnering with Lanier Technical College (LTC), the University of North Georgia (UNG), and Brenau University to provide unique access to Georgia’s Dual Enrollment program
How does it work?
- LTC, UNG, and Brenau professors will teach courses on the Howard E. Ivester Early College campus and transportation will be provided for all students during the school day
- All Howard E. Ivester Early College students will participate in academic support that includes tutoring, career guidance, and personalized planning to meet college and career goals
What are the major differences between Howard E. Ivester Early College and the traditional Dual Enrollment at LTC, UNG, or Brenau?
The major differences are that EC students are college classes comprised of high school peers, supported with transportation, computers, calendar alignment and onsite Hall County support personnel.
What do students do at Howard E. Ivester Early College when they don’t have class?
Students will come to Early College on days they do not have scheduled classes. These days will be spent working on assignments, getting class assistance, and experiencing career preparation opportunities
What classes can students take at Howard E. Ivester Early College?
Students can take core academics as well as electives and certificate level classes.
**Class offerings may change from semester-to-semester
Can ANY Hall County high school student apply?
Yes! Any rising 9th-12th grade student in Hall County is eligible to apply. Talk to your counselor.