Through concurrent credit, FHS provides students an opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Sciences in Liberal Arts degree. The NWACC partnership reduces the costs of higher education to students and families, facilitates degree completion through a prescribed set of courses, provides academic advising to students seeking either degree, and encourages students to continue college beyond the degree. Students begin this program their ninth grade year and must work closely with their counselor. For more information see the Concurrent Credit Handbook using the link in the left hand menu of this page.
For more information regarding ECE Concurrent Credit at Fayetteville High School, please contact Deanna Easton, FHS Director of Student Programs, at email@example.com or 479-445-1343.
Director of Student Programs