• How to Enroll


    Who Should Apply

    • WECA will open the doors to students from all cultural, racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, linguistic, and special needs backgrounds.
    • WECA is designed for students who may be underprepared in a traditional setting but have the academic potential and willingness to accept the challenge to accelerate their future by attending high school and college at the same time.
    • Eighth grade students who reside in Wilson County and have successfully completed all requirements for promotion to the ninth grade.
    • Students who have a sincere commitment and strong desire to work diligently throughout the school year.
    • Students who will commit to WECA for at least one year.
    • Students who are in good academic standing, have acceptable attendance, conduct, disciplinary records, and possess strong work ethics and study skills.

    Benefits of Attending WECA

    • WECA students earn a high school diploma, an associate degree, or college transferable credit.
    • WECA students will receive six years of education in five years.
    • Students will be guided by a Personalized Learning Plan.
    • Classes will be small and learner-centered, and teachers will know every student.
    • Unique support services will include a weekly WECA seminar, academic support/enrichment, peer tutoring, and college tutoring.
    • College tuition and books are FREE.
    • Transportation is provided by Wilson County Schools.
    • School lunches will be available daily.