Thank you for your interest in Isaac Bear Early College High School (IBEC).
Institutional oversight of the Early College program at UNCW is provided by Dr. Martin Posey, Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Undergraduate Studies.
Isaac Bear Early College in Guatemala with Global Public Service Academies, 2011
The Early College Concept
Early College High Schools are small, autonomous schools where students complete all high school requirements and up to 60 hours of college credit during their four years of high school. Early College High Schools make higher education more accessible, affordable, and attractive by bridging the divide between high school and college; eliminate time wasted during the junior and senior years of high school and facilitate the transition of motivated students to higher education; provide intensive guidance and support from adults through the start of college coursework; and demonstrate new ways of integrating levels of schooling to better serve the intellectual and developmental needs of young people.
For more information on the North Carolina Learn & Earn Early College Program, visit the North Carolina New Schools Project website: http://www.newschoolsproject.org/
Learn more about the national Early College High School Initiative.
As a partner in the North Carolina University System and the North Carolina New Schools Project, Isaac Bear Early College High School provides an accelerated, college-ready education by cultivating an environment of mature scholarship and leadership.
Mr. Philip Sutton
Dr. Rob Morgan
UNCW Early College Coordinator & Liaison
Isaac Bear Early College High School
630 MacMillan Ave.
Wilmington, NC 28403