Twenty Frederick County Public Schools seniors earned both a high school diploma and an associate degree from Frederick Community College as the second class in the Early College program.
The graduates took part in an FCC graduation recognition ceremony Wednesday evening and will participate in their high school graduation ceremonies next week.
“We are so proud of these dedicated, hard-working students and all they accomplished,” FCPS Superintendent Dr. Cheryl L. Dyson said. “Our strong partnership with FCC gives students excellent opportunities to get a head start on their bright futures.”
The Early College program allows students to attend FCC during their junior and senior years as full-time undergraduate students. They follow the FCC academic calendar, with options to take day, evening, online, and weekend courses. FCPS high school students receive free tuition at FCC for all courses.
The following students were part of the second Early College program graduating class:
Kafui Ameko, Frederick High
Alivea Apshago, Frederick High
Gary Bonds III, Brunswick
Michael Clugston, Linganore High
Harsh Danayak, Oakdale High
Leylani Delos Santos Destreza, Gov. Thomas Johnson High
Andrew Foster, Brunswick High
Carson Gnuschke, TJ High
Laila Harris, Walkersville High
Bryant Linthicum, Middletown High
Yaretzi Lopez-Velasco, Tuscarora High
Violet Mattia, Gov. Thomas Johnson High
Kaylie Musard, Walkersville High
Tyler Pilat, Urbana High
Ella Pritchett, Linganore High
Louie Shapiro, Middletown High
Carly Shearer, Frederick High
Isabella Villavicencio, Oakdale High
Hisham Virk, Oakdale High
Madison Warren, Gov. Thomas Johnson High
Details about Early College are online at www.frederick.edu/admissions/dual-enrollment.aspx.
For more information, please contact the Dual Enrollment Office at 301-624-2893 or email DualEnrollment@frederick.edu.