GCMC Admissions Process and General Information
Greensboro College Middle College
Applicants for the 2012-2013 School Year
Additional admission requirements include the agreement to complete:
Overview of a Greensboro College Middle College Student
Greensboro College Middle College is an academically challenging school that provides the nurturing environment necessary for student growth and success. We offer a unique educational opportunity designed specifically for students who may not have performed to their full potential in the traditional high school.
The GCMC student is a capable individual who has become unsuccessful or dissatisfied in a traditional high school setting. The student does not value the experiences and customs of traditional high school and/or does not fit well or perform well in the traditional high school setting. The student possesses the maturity and independence to accept the challenges of this progressive school, is capable of honors level work and participating in college classes. The GCMC student is interested in being part of an intimate community of peers and faculty.
Greensboro College Middle College has the capacity to serve approximately 120 junior and seniors. Our courses are taught at the honors level, but we have a limited course offering, so any student applying should have completed:
We have a full time EC teacher and accommodate Exceptional Children based on their IEP.
The typical GCMC student:
The typical GCMC student is not:
1. A student with a historical trend of negative discipline referrals.
2. A student who cannot handle the rigor of honors classes with support from his/her teachers.
· Embracing/tolerant of differences
· Responsible because of the freedom of the college campus
GCMC Anticipated Course of Study