Move On When Ready Program (MOWR)

       ** Deadline for Fall 2017 MOWR Enrollment is Friday, April 7th.  If you express interest after April 7th, you will have to wait until Spring 2018 to begin MOWR classes.**  

         WCHS has over 140 students participating in the MOWR Program for the 2017-2018 school year.  This is almost double the participation from the year before. Also, WCHS is proud to offer several MOWR classes on the high school's campus with Southern Regional Technical College and Albany State University. 

         To learn more about MOWR, please read the information below and browse the documents and resources under the "Quick Links" section. The GADOE web page has a wealth of information and documents for students and parents to explore. WCHS has a MOWR handbook that addresses specifics related to policies and procedures of the high school. Students and parents can also find a helpful self-assessment in the handbook that checks for college readiness. 

What is the Move on When Ready Program?

Move on When Ready (MOWR) provides high school students with the opportunity to take college-level courses and earn credit toward both a high school diploma and a college degree.

  • Available for all high school grade levels without an age limit
  • Once approved, may enroll full or part-time in approved credit-bearing college courses
  • Courses may be taken before, during, or after regular school hours on the college campus,   online, or at WCHS
  • No charge for tuition, mandatory fees, and required books, providing a huge cost savings for parents and students


Advantages and Benefits

  • Provides students with an easy transition and an early start to their college careers
  • Earning college credits while still in high school may enable students to graduate early and/or possibly even earn an associate degree, diploma or certificate
  • Helps students adjust to certain aspects of the college experience (e.g., classes, coursework, instruction, being on a college campus) so the transition from high school to college may be easier
  • Flexible scheduling opportunities with classes and access to the college’s resources and amenities
  • College tuition and expenses are fully or mostly paid, which saves the parents/students money and time
  • Participating in a dual enrollment program demonstrates a student’s ability to handle more difficult coursework which is something college admissions officers may look upon favorably during admissions and recruiting

Tara Miller

WCHS MOWR Coordinator