Mt. SAC Early College Academy will be hosting an open house on Thursday, February 6th! Tacos will be available at 5pm and classroom visits begin at 6pm. We hope to see you there!
Read our Wolfpack Wire to learn more about the exciting growth of Mt. SAC Early College Academy, final's week information, and the progress of our new science building!
You're invited! Come and have coffee and tea with Principal Leuthold on December 11th to learn more about what Mt. SAC Early College Academy is all about. Guests must sign in at the front office. The event begins at 9 am.
Mt. SAC Early College Academy freshmen presented compelling evidence at the Academy’s second annual Environmental Solutions Fair of the detrimental effects of man’s interaction with nature and advanced their own solutions.
What is Instagram doing to fight back against bullying? Which teacher loves The Count of Monte Cristo? Who won the Inktober Competition? All of these questions and more can be answered by checking out the latest edition of The Academy Chronicle! Now available at https://mtsaceca.wcusd.org/
Are you interested in learning about what Mt. SAC Early College Academy has to offer? Do you want to know how dual enrollment works in our student's day-to-day schedule? Please join us at one of our upcoming information sessions!
Want to be in the know with the wolfpack for October? Take a minute to see what's going on in MT. SAC ECA in the Wolfpack Wire! Read about progress reports, School Loop, upcoming events, our Clubs and more!
The Academy Chronicle, led by Ms. Bell, released their first issue of the 2019-2020 school year! This month's issue ranges from Joe Keery's haircut to more pressing topics like the devastating fires in the Amazon. To view their latest release, please click here!
At the beginning of the school year, incoming freshman were sorted and welcomed into one of the four houses which include Kappa, Gamma, Sigma, and Delta. The MT. SAC Early College Academy student body gathered on September 20th, 2019 for their first house competition. Students volunteered to compete and represent their house. Gamma (31) ended the day on top followed by Kappa (27), Delta (21), and Sigma (14).
Mt. SAC Early College Academy will hold a series of information sessions, providing families with information about the benefits of attending West Covina Unified’s flagship dual-enrollment public high school.