Academics at Saint Augustine’s University
Upon successful completion of core class prerequisites, students will begin at SAU in the fall of junior year. Students will take a combination of high school and college level courses. College course placement is dependent upon grades, testing, maturity and teacher recommendations.
WCPSS staff are housed on the SAU campus and teach sections of English III and IV Honors, American History I and II Honors and CC Math IV Honors. Students have the opportunity to earn up to two years of credits (64 credits) towards a bachelor’s degree and can choose to stay for a fifth year at SAU to accumulate more credits.
In addition to taking high school and college courses, students will complete an internship and engage in volunteer opportunities at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science.Find out more information about Saint Augustine's University here.