Principal: Edmond Martinez
Assistant Principal: Ruth Lara
Secretary: Gracie Rodriguez
Counselor: Elizabeth Schow
Nurse: Irma Monge
Address: 13100 Alameda
Clint, Texas 79836
About Clint ISD Early College Academy
Clint ISD Early College Academy (CECA) is a school that enables students to graduate from high school with up to 60 semester credit hours towards a baccalaureate degree. In addition to the regular curriculum set by the state, CECA offers an array of dual credit and advanced placement courses.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Dual Credit?
Dual Credit is a process through which a student may earn high school credit for successfully completing a college course that provides advanced academic instruction beyond or in greater depth than the state curriculum for a corresponding high school course. The "dual credit" earned is a college credit (via EPCC) and high school credit for one course.
What are the advantages of dual credit course programs for students?
Earning college credits while in high school increases the likelihood a student will complete high school and enroll in and finish college. Students earn college credit through on-site courses at CECA, online dual credit courses, and attending college classes at El Paso Community College (EPCC) and at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP).
- Rigorous and meaningful coursework in high school prepares the student for success in college.
- Reduced college costs
- Students may complete their college degree earlier, leading to earlier entrance into the workforce.
What Dual Credit and Advanced Placement Courses are offered at CECA?
- Education 1300
- AP Calculus
- AP English Literature
- English 1301 and 1302
- U.S. History 1301 and 1302
- Math 1314/2412
- AP Spanish Language
- AP Physics
Clint ISD Early College Academy students also take Dual Credit courses at EPCC beginning their sophomore year to satisfy their Associates degree requirements. During their senior year they may continue at UTEP. In addition, all CECA students will graduate from high school under the state HB5 Foundation Plan with a Multidisciplinary Endorsement. Students also have the opportunity to graduate under the distinguished level of achievement plan.