Lenoir County Early College High School opened its doors in August of 2007, on the campus of Lenoir Community College.  Our school, in partnership with Lenoir Community College, offers students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and a 2 year degree or transferable credit in 5 years.  Students can work towards a transferable degree which will allow students to enter most public institutions of higher learning as a junior.  Students can also work towards an applied science degree which will give them employable skills in areas such as Business Administration, Medical Office Administration, Early Childhood Education, Computer Engineering Technology and many more.  We are able to offer students many academic options while providing support.

Our classroom sizes are typically 18 students or less.  Teachers have the opportunity to give students one-on-one att
ention as needed to ensure they are understanding material.  We also have after school tutoring available 3 days a week and Lenoir Community College offers free tutoring for most college courses.  In addition, we also
have some great support staff, which include a counselor and liaison to also provide advising, academic, and personal support to students.

Our school is much like a family and very diverse.  We accept students from all four public middle schools in Lenoir county, local private and charter schools, as well as home-schooled students.  We are truly a county school.  

We are looking forward to welcoming our new class of 9th graders in the fall!!!


LCECHS Students/Staff/Parents

                REVISED Calendar

GearUp Student Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian:

This year, your child’s school is participating in a research study that examines the impact of GEAR UP North Carolina (GU NC) services across the state. Results of the survey will be used to evaluate the program and provide feedback to the program implementers.
As part of this research study, we are asking students to complete a survey about their awareness of and participation in, the GU NC services being offered at their school. If you choose not to give your permission, then your child will not be asked to complete a survey.
If you do not want your child to participate, please complete and return the Student Parent opt out form to your child’s teacher by Monday, November 20, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Daniel Gitterman at danielg@email.unc.edu.
Dr. Daniel Gitterman
Education Policy Initiative at Carolina

LCECHS Student Supply List 2017-2018 

Specific departments have made the following requests for supplies: 

English Department- All English classes

 One subject composition book

 3 ring binder




Math Department- All Math classes



Earth Science & Chemistry

Pencils/Pens- 1 blue or black and 1 of any other color 

Colored pencils 

Highlighter- any color 

Composition book with perforated edges or notebook with loose-leaf paper 

Folder to organize papers 

Index cards 5x8 pack of 100

Biology & Zoology

1.5 inch 3 ring binder

Coloring pencils

Glue Stick

 History Department- All History classes


 Three ring binder

 Pencils/Blue or Black ink pens


School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Plan can be found at www.indistar.org.

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