Rowan County Early college has many great extracurricular activities! They have newspaper yearbook national honor society book club Student government yoga student advisory movie critics art club HOSA junior Civitan Chess Unplugged games Nature club YCI Math club Toastmasters ect. They go on many educational field trips. They visit colleges all over North Carolina. They go on out of state and country field trips. They encourage every student to do to go further in college after they graduate from RCEC even though most of them receive their associates when they graduate. The teachers truly care about every students education and are easy to talk to about any personal problem you are dealing with in your life. Teachers are not judgmental in anyway. They do everything to make sure you will be confident successful well educated and be yourself though it all. It is so easy to express yourself there. everyone is surrounded by other students with the same goals. They push you to be the best you can be in a loving environment. Everyone has a great attitude towards the school. NO ONE EVER is ever made to feel like being a nerd is a bad thing. Express your inter nerd!
Rowan County Early College is a public high school in Salisbury. The principal of Rowan County Early College is Mr David V Miller, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 226 students go to Rowan County Early College and identify as Asian/Pacific Islander; White, non-Hispanic; and Asian. 59% of the 226 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Rowan County Early College is 18:1. Salisbury High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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