Isaac Bear Early College High School

Isaac Bear Early College High School Photo Gallery

Isaac Bear Early College Students engege Elderhaus in a Sing-A-Long

Students from Isaac Bear participated in a Sing-A-Long on December 18, 2015 to kick off the holiday. Students engaged and entertained residents and staff with their holiday jingles.

IBEC Students Engage Elderhaus Residents and Staff in a Holiday Sing-A-Long on December 18th, 2015

IBEC Students, Faculty and Staff interact with Elderhaus Residents and Staff during their Sing-A-Long event on December 18, 2015

Isaac Bear Students participate in Cards for Troops

On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, Isaac Bear Students participated in the campus wide event, Cards For Troops. The event allowed faculty, staff and students to create handmade cards for troops serving abroad for the holidays.

Cards for Troops created by IBEC Students

Cards for Troops Created by IBEC Students

Isaac Bear Early College Partnership Reception

On March 19, 2015, Isaac Bear welcomed university partners into its classrooms and halls to highlight student work, offer thanks for years of support, and celebrate the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Early College partnership on the campus of UNCW. Below are just a few of the pictures captured during the course of the afternoon.

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Dr. Robert Smith, Watson College of Education professor, and Dr. Edel Segovia, Interim Associate Provost, review the work students have been doing on recent, Digital Portfolio projects and presentations.


Isaac Bear's principal, Mr. Philip Sutton, and Dr. Martin Posey, Vice Chancellor and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, discuss the decade-long evolution of the early college partership between New Hanover County Schools and the University of North Carolina Wilmington.


Dr. Diana Ashe, professor of English and Interim Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence and Faculty Leadership, learns students' preparations for the annual Science Fair and Science Olympiad competitions.

Isaac Bear junior, Ashley Wade, presents her graduation project on Teaching Students with Autism to one of Dr. Anita Brown's undergraduate classes of aspiring teachers. The students were very supportive and receptive to Ashley's presentation. Thank you for welcoming us!

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Making a difference, Early College students Megan Chang, Julie Bryan, and Ari Nasser traveled to Guatemala last summer with Global Public Service Academies (GPSA)

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