The Middle College program is a Virginia Community College System initiative
designed to offer a college opportunity to individuals between 18 and 24 who
not completed high school.
This college recovery program is designed for those individuals who have had a desire to pursue college coursework, but need to attain a GED certificate first.
The Middle College offers the opportunity to:
- Obtain a GED
- Enroll at J. Sargeant Reynolds
- Earn college credit
- Explore career paths
- Earn a Career Readiness Certificate
- Access Financial Aid
- Continue college coursework
The Middle College program is offered FREE OF CHARGE to those students who qualify and are ready to make a commitment to the program and their future. This program is a one semester (approximately 4 month) program and is only offered during the college's fall and spring semesters. SPACE IS LIMITED TO 40 STUDENTS PER SEMESTER.
The Middle College Application
For more information
firstname.lastname@example.org or Call 804-523-5345
JSRCC Middle College's Newsletter:
April/May Spring 2012
Day in the Life: Peers Making the Case for Staying in School
Richmond Times Dispatch: Gratitude: Free program was a ‘bridge’ for Reynolds graduate
Haggai Brown was a sophomore in high school with two small children when she chose to put her education on hold.
>>Read the full story
NBC12 Viewpoint: Middle College
Unemployment is over 10 percent in the City of Richmond. What chance does someone over 18 years old without a high school diploma have in this job market?
the full story
Leave is a video that captures the thoughts of school-aged children and chronicles
the experiences of a pre-determined number of high-school dropouts 18-24 years
of age who through some personal epiphany now realize the importance of staying
in school. Features students from the neighborhood surrounding the North Avenue
Library as well as current students and graduates of the J. Sargeant Reynolds
Community College Middle College program.