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Early College

RCC’s Early College program allows high school students at participating high schools to take RCC campus or online courses.

RCC Early College courses are:

  • Taught by RCC faculty
  • Offered through the standard RCC schedule of classes ( and available to the general student population.
  • Located at one of the three RCC campuses or taught online.
  • Available to high school students at a discounted rate, provided the courses are arranged through the high school’s liaison and billed directly to the high school. Students should check with the high school about student costs and if the school has any available funding for course costs and/or books.
  • Recorded on a student’s RCC transcript. The high school determines if the course(s) will apply to students’ high school record/diploma.


Early College Rogue Ready Checklist

Step 1. Discuss your Interest with your High School’s RCC Liaison 

  • Does my school have funding for the course?
  • Will the successfully completed RCC course apply to my high school diploma?
  • Complete the RCC Student Interest form The interest form is necessary only if you would like to talk with an RCC Admission Coach before moving to step 2. For questions, call 541-956-7217
  • Review RCC Time Zone Calendar

Step 2. Apply for Admission/Obtain your RCC ID#  Students may already have an RCC ID#; check with your liaison or call Rogue Central at 541-245-7501

Step 3. Start the Pathfinder Early College Application

Step 4. Take the RCC Placement Test offered at your high school or RCC Record placement test score on p. 2 of your Pathfinder Early College Application

Step 5. Review Application with High School Liaison School submits approved Pathfinder Early College Application to RCC Advisor (or Rogue Central Services at & billing voucher for each term of participation.

Step 6. Register for classes. Please work with your high school liaison/counselor to identify courses needed. If you need assistance contact Advising at 541-245-7552 (Riverside Medford Campus) or 541-956-7192 (Redwood Grants Pass campus)

Step 7. New Student Orientation & Mandatory Trainings

  • You are required to take an online New Student Orientation on your myRogue account before starting classes (takes between 20-30 minutes). 
  • You are required to complete online trainings covering alcohol and drug abuse and sexual harassment and discrimination.

see Printable Flyer (pdf)


Continuing students are required to: 

  • Meet with their high school liaison to confirm eligibility to continue participating. 
  • Meet with an RCC advisor to get registration clearance. See the RCC Time Zone Calendar for more information about cut-off dates.


High schools Currently Participating

All Rogue Valley High Schools are welcome and encouraged to participate in Early College.  The below schools have a record of participation.

High schools currently participating:


Ashland High School Jennifer Marsden                
Baker Charter Schools Stormy Ballenger
Butte Falls Charter School Dianne Gorman
Central Medford High School Troy McNichols

Crater Lake Charter Academy

Wendy Daw
Crater School of Business Innovation Science Matt Meunier
Grants Pass High School Barret Sale
Hidden Valley High School Carla Carter
Illinois Valley High School Nicole Kieffer

Logos Public Charter School

Maresah Orozco
New Hope Christian School Annie Burnham
North Medford High School Aaron Luksich
Prospect Charter School  Scott Williams

River’s Edge Academy Charter School (REACH)

Cecile Enright 

South Medford High School

Robyn Kondziela
Summit Learning Charter Cindy Kavanagh


Student Responsibility:

It is the student's responsibility to  follow the Rogue Ready steps detailed above, apply to the college online, keep track of their RCC ID and password, make advising appointments, register themselves in courses, take the placement test prior to their first term, watch add/drop and other deadlines on the academic calendar, and work with their high school liaison to determine if the courses will apply to their high school diplomas. RCC is not responsible for monitoring students' enrollment.


Note for homeschooled high school students

Homeschooled students may take RCC classes just like any community member. Resulting courses and grades will become part of your RCC transcript and it is the responsibility of the student/parent to ensure such classes will meet and apply to homeschool/high school diploma requirements per state requirements. Homeschooled students are responsible for all course costs and there is currently not a discount. Homeschooled students seeking financial help are encouraged to contact the schools that are participating in our Early College program to see how they might assist you on a part-time or full-time basis in taking RCC classes.