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Concurrent Credit Program

SAU Tech's Concurrent Credit Program allows qualified 9th through 12th grade students the opportunity to take college-level courses while still in high school. Click here for more information.

Dual Enrollment Program

SAU Tech's Dual Enrollment Program allows high school students to enroll in any regularly scheduled SAU Tech course. Credit is earned at SAU Tech, and most credit is transferable to other colleges and universities. Students can attend during fall, spring, or summer semesters.

SAU Tech's High School Services

  • The Saturday Academy provides 6th through 12th grade students from the public schools with four hours of instruction in courses ranging from basic math skills to ACT preparation. Students are also provided with an hour of enrichment activities. One of the primary goals of the academy is to get students acclimated to the college environment.
  • Summer Camps enroll students from all grades in several different educational enrichment programs for a month during the summer. Previous camps have included Einstein’s Accelerated Math, Pre-Algebra Readiness, Algebra I Readiness, Pre-AP Literacy, Office Systems Technology, Robotics, Web Design, and Multimedia.
  • Supplemental Educational Services provide additional academic instruction and tutoring to public school students during the school year. The program is designed to increase the academic achievement of students that are determined to be performing at basic or below basic academic levels in literacy and/or math skills. All tutoring is performed by qualified instructors who have worked with students that perform at lower academic levels. Public schools served include; Bearden, Camden-Fairview, Fordyce, Hampton, Harmony Grove, Smackover, Stephens, and Warren.
  • The Credit Recovery Program is a computer-based tutorial program utilizing the A+ Learning System. This program allows public school students in grades ninth through twelfth to recover academic credits failed during the year. This allows students to move forward in their academic grade levels and for some, the opportunity to graduate from the secondary school system.
  • The 21st Century Community Learning Center helps ensure that "no child is left behind" by providing an expansion of the school day for Camden-Fairview High School students mandated for remediation in math and/or literacy. It provides an individualized learning experience for each student through a combination of computer-based, interactive activities and one-on-one tutoring in a nontraditional setting.
  • The Arkansas College & Career Coaches Initiative is a pilot program through the Arkansas College and Career Coaches Initiative.

Meet the Staff

Photo: Robert White

Ophelia Lindsey

Director of Workforce & Community Education

Photo: LaClaire Brocks

LaClaire Williams

Concurrent Enrollment