Premier High School-Odessa recently signed an agreement with Odessa College that will allow Premier High School students to earn college credit and career certifications as they work toward a diploma. Beginning this fall, qualified students in good standing could earn up to 40 hours of credit at little to no cost.
“This agreement is significant because it makes college and career training more accessible and affordable for our students,” said Regional Director Tanya Bell. “Beyond that, our students will have the skills and training they need to make significant contributions in the workplace and in our community.”
Premier High School-Odessa is part of the ResponsiveEd family of schools and opened last year at 1801 N. Lee Ave. With more than 40 Premier High Schools in the United States, students commonly enroll at Premier High Schools when they need a fresh start or the traditional school environment isn’t a fit for their learning style or schedule. To learn more visit PremierHighSchools.com
Odessa College serves 13 counties, covering 33,000 square miles — and has the largest service area of any community college in Texas. Odessa College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award certificates, associate degrees and baccalaureate degrees. To learn more visit Odessa.Edu