College Credit Offered at MEHS with ESL Course

Beginning in the new 2018-2019 school year, Mountain Empire High School will be partnering with Cuyamaca College to offer an ESL 50 course. This exciting announcement means that those students who qualify will be able to receive dual credit for the ESL 50 course, earning credit at both Cuyamaca College and high school credit.

The course, which will be held on campus at MEHS, will be offered as a two-period block course at the beginning of the day. The ESL 50 course will not only house high school students, but will be open to the public as space allows. Rafael Miravete, an experienced MEHS teacher who is also an adjunct professor at Cuyamaca College, will serve as the instructor of the ESL 50 course.

Mountain Empire High School Principal Pat Keeley says that MEHS is excited about the new partnership and opportunity with Cuyamaca College as they pilot this college credit program for the first time this next year.

Principal Keeley hopes to partner with Cuyamaca College to offer more classes and opportunities to earn college credit in the future.

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