All Grade 9-12 Drury students are enrolled in our FREE Early College program!
Open Enrollment (no GPA requirement)
No cost for textbooks or transportation
Open to All 9th - 12th grade students- per choice scheduling
Transferable college credit earned upon successful completion of the course
Includes full comprehensive support for students: Dedicated counselor just for Early College at both MCLA and Drury
All Early College students at Drury who meet admission criteria are accepted to MCLA
Students will have an opportunity to earn a MINIMUM of 30 college credits before high school graduation
Students designate a pathway for college coursework that is directly connected to labor force needs in Berkshire County
Early College at Drury-MCLA takes a holistic approach to each student's education by providing both academic and non-academic services and resources, including but not limited to:
The study of health science is a multidisciplinary field that encompasses various aspects of healthcare, including:
• Public Health
• Nutrition and more!
Students explore human health and disease, as well as the development and implementation of strategies to improve health outcomes.
Education is a broad and interdisciplinary field that includes subjects such as:
• Educational Psychology
• Curriculum Development
• Assessment and Evaluation
• Educational Technology
This knowledge can be applied in a variety of settings, including K-12 schools, universities, training programs, and corporate learning and development initiatives.
The field of Computer Sciences is constantly evolving and includes areas of studies such as:
• Information Technology
• Business Information Systems
• Software Development
Computer science students will learn how to think critically, solve complex problems, and develop cutting-edge technologies.
Liberal Arts includes a range of subjects across the social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, and fine arts. It is a versatile field of study that prepares students for a wide range of careers in areas like:
• Public Service
• Arts Management
The interdisciplinary nature of liberal arts allows students to explore different subjects, gain news perspectives, and develop a critical understanding of the world around them.