Early College

Early College Program   RECN logo

Parke Heritage High School uses the strength of their Wolf Pack staff to provide students with many course opportunities.

Our staff members are trained to teach the Early College and Statewide Transfer General Education Core courses. The staff collaborates with Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana University and the Wabash River Career and Technical Education program to provide high quality classes for our PHHS students.

Early College graduates

Students who participated in the Parke Heritage Early College program are front- Kristan Ward, Gillian Jeffers, Hanna Beirman, Emma Swaim, Alexa Blackwell, Morgan Newnum, Cheyenne Tate, Jordyn Dowd, Jentre Jeffers, Anna Kiefner, and Atlantis Clendenin; back- Hollie Kouns, Lindsay Whitlow, Abigail Nicholas, Taylor Kelly, DeeDee Brown, Jillian Gregg, Louis Monik, Riley Ferguson, Jake Roberts, Trevor Thompson, Logan Girdler, Cyrus Crandell, and Landen Stewart. Not pictured are John Flock and Olivia Swinehart.

Early College grads 21
left- Madison Millspaugh, Oakley Smith, and Cassandra Clark
right- Oakley Smith, Abigail Henderson, Tara Cooper, and Ali Hetrick
 Early College grads 2021


At Parke Heritage High School, the staff works with each graduate to customize a plan that suits their post-graduation plan.
Using the goal of “Enroll, Enlist, Employ,” Mrs. Laura Hayes, Ivy Tech Director of  K-14 Transitions and Mrs. Jane McMullen, PHHS Guidance Director work with each senior to explore their post-graduation options. The main focus for each student is to find a plan that will suit the student’s interests and to help them be successful following their high school graduation.
Enroll, Enlist, Employ

The Early College is a whole school model that does not exclude any students. The goal is to provide students with the skills needed to succeed upon graduation from high school.


Parke Heritage High School Early College

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