Baker Early College

Our high school students attend local community college campuses full time and earn college credits that can be applied toward their high school graduation requirements. We offer support, guidance services, tuition, books and dual enrollment to high school students in the state of Oregon.

Baker Early College pays ALL college tuition and fees for 12 credits per term. Students must enroll in at least 11 credits and may choose to take more credits beyond the 12 that are covered by BEC. We also provide $200 toward the purchase of your textbooks each term (additional assistance for books may be available, based on family income).

Students should have sufficient credits from accredited institutions to be on track to graduate with their class OR be able to demonstrate readiness to be successful at the college level.

For more information regarding the Baker Early College program and policies, contact Kimberly Linn, refer to the Student Handbook, or ask our helpful staff any questions you might have! Baker Early College Admissions Page

Baker Web College PRogram

Baker Web College is a program that is available for current Baker Web Academy students to enroll full-time in college.  Students in Baker Web College will attend college full time while receiving advising, tuition fees paid, and a $200 book stipend per term.  Speak with Transition Specialist Jen Vesbit to find out more! Students should be 16 or older to apply.  Baker Web College Admissions Page.

Baker Web + 1 Program 

Baker Web + 1 is a program that is available for current Baker Web Academy students.  Sign up is open from February 1st - April 20th for the next school year and limited based on availability.  Students must be at least 16 years old by the start of fall term in order to participate.  The program is designed to allow students a chance to experience college while in high school on a smaller scale than full time.  Students are able to sign up for 1 course per term under this program.  Spaces are limited! Contact Jen Vesbit for more questions.  Web + 1 courses should be on campus courses. Baker Web + 1 Admissions Page.

"This program has been absolutely amazing for us. High school wasn't overly difficult for Ezra, but he felt like he was just 'killing time' before he could go on to the rest of his education and get on with life.  

Then when he went into BEC, he was able to get a great head-start on his college studies. By the time he graduates from high school with a BEC diploma, he'll have enough credits to enter college as a sophomore and go right into his major-area studies. It's perfect for him."