Meet Walls’ 2016 GW Early College Program Graduates

Posted on: May 23rd, 2016 by Anastasia Miller


The GW ECP Class of 2016

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Aidan Meyer, Najya Williams, Blake Snyder, Nora Douglas, Program Director Dr. Sheila Mills Harris, Sebastian Corrales, Isabel Morales Gaskin, Helene Douglas, and Hannah Smallwood

Our 2016 GW ECP class participated in the graduation ceremonies of The George Washington University on May 15, 2016, on the National Mall. The GW ECP graduates were awarded an Associate of Arts degree by GWU’s Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.

This is the sixth cohort of School Without Walls students to graduate from GW with an Associate of Arts degree. Each student has been accepted into numerous colleges and universities throughout the country and abroad, and all were offered an overwhelming number of scholarships and awards.

These students exemplify what access and opportunity and public-private partnerships can achieve for students residing in all wards of the District of Columbia.

Congratulations, graduates!

The GW Early College Program – Associate of Arts Degree (GWECP- AA) affords highly motivated and academically talented students from School Without Walls the opportunity to be considered for an associate of arts degree from The George Washington University. SWW sophomores interested in GWECP-AA and motivated to challenge themselves in a college environment are encouraged to apply. Interested in learning more about the GW Early College Program? Read more here.