AT EARLY COLLEGE

Students are offered a wealth of extracurricular clubs to choose from, which allows students to broaden their horizons artistically and academically, and also gives students the opportunities to earn scholarships, internships, and awards.

Also, Students compete with the State Bar of Georgia in the Five Star Mock Trial Team. They also compete in clubs such as Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Robotics, Spoken Word Poetry Club, and academically with the national Page Georgia Academic Decathlon Team. Students learn fine arts by participating in our Cougarettes dance team, our Cougar Noise Choir, and the ECAC Art Club.

Students also practice responsibility through organizations such as Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Sources of Strength, Student Government, ECAC House Representatives, Ambassadors of Compassion and the National Honor Society. Students also have the opportunity to compete for the Governor’s Honors Program and the U.S. Senate Youth Program.

Why attend Early College Academy?

Through Academics, athletics, community service, outdoor education and extracurricular activities, Cougars have ample opportunities to become leaders.

Cougars students in every grade participate in Community Service.

During their time at Early College, students build extraordinary relationships with classmates and faculty members – relationships that last a lifetime.

Early College Academy was one of only two schools in the Muscogee County School District to receive a 5-star rating in the 2017 Georgia School Climate Ratings.

ADVANCING KNOWLEDGE…CHANGING LIVES

Early College Academy of Columbus (ECAC) is the only early college high school in the West – Central Georgia area, and one of nine high schools in the Muscogee County School District. We are a very proud partner with Columbus State University. This partnership exposes students to resources, rigor, and the intensity of college – level academics.

Students are offered a wealth of extracurricular clubs to choose from, which allows students to broaden their horizons artistically and academically, and also gives students the opportunities to earn scholarships, internships, and awards.

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