Infinity Early College High School
- PORTER, TX
Infinity Early College High School Reviews
Rating 4.47 out of 5 95 reviews
It's a dual credit program from Infinity Early College High School that partners with the Kingwood-Lone Star College, so high schoolers can get their associate and high school diplomas when they graduate.
Infinity Early College High School is a public high school that allows students to graduate with their associate's degree. Most teachers genuinely want to help their students and care about their needs. It is a hefty workload, and there is no room for procrastination, but the tight-knit community is beneficial when you need assistance.
My school has a very small class, so everyone gets to know each other on some level. The teachers are friendly and will support you with whatever you may need. While the program itself is stressful, the administration allows activities to help make us more relaxed. We may not have the normal band and sports, but we have clubs that we can choose ourselves that are enjoyable. Make no mistake, this program is HARD. Many students will cry at least once during this endeavor. I myself, cried in Junior year when I had an entire year of straight classes without a break. This place is stressful and fast-paced, it is NOT something you can just sleep through. I'm proud to be a part of the school and earn my free Associate degree. I'm going to be ahead of most people my age when going into college. If I had to say what was the best part of my experience, I'm going to be cheesy and say it was finding my partner. She manages to help the stress not burst. We can easily help each other in our classes.
Being an Infinity Early College High School student is both a rewarding and challenging experience. The deep and meaningful connections I made not only with students but with staff made me a well-rounded and sociable person. However, with the great opportunity that is receiving college education while in high school, came many trials and tribulations. It is no understatement to say that is it extremely hard to keep up with the overwhelming schoolwork. Under the surface, Infinity ECHS is quite competitive and most students want to surpass everyone else and become the very best, avoiding failure. I would like to see this ruling mindset in most students change so that Infinity ECHS becomes a place where students can learn to embrace their failures and grow from it, instead of making it their identity.
It’s a dual-credit program that help people to get a better chance to go to college to apply to a four year university.
These past 3 years have honestly been one of the most eventful, stressful, and challenging years of my childhood but I wouldn’t change it for anything. These years at Infinity Early College High School has taught me how to be myself around people who truly do care and want to be there for you. I’ve been through so much these past few years but all the teachers at Infinity Early College High School have pushed me and encouraged me to move forward always.
As a future senior in Infinity Early College High School is safe to say that Infinity makes you feel like a family. During my 3 full years at the school I’ve had at least all of the staff as a teacher and I assure they work hard everyday to provide a productive lesson for us and to be a mentor. It’s a small school but that’s what help us connect even more!
The teachers take the time to answer all questions, and they pay attention to you. They don’t just “teach” they make sure to try and adapt to your learning style. Not only that but the students here, support each other. Anytime I need help I can go to a teacher or student.
As a senior here, I have had a ton of great experiences throughout high school. The spirit here is random at times, but energetic for sure.
I am currently a senior and I can tell y’all that I loved my four years here in infinity. All the teachers are very caring that we feel like family. They will encourage you to be and do better and have an amazing support system. I have learned to be more organized and responsible due to how this school prepares you for the college life. Coming here gave me the opportunity to 2 free years of college and learn the seven mindset that will help me in the future. If I were to go back in time to change anything, I wouldn’t.
I really liked how challenging the academics are, and how helpful the staff is to their students. In that same vein, however, I feel like they could benefit from taking it a little bit easier on underclassmen in particular so they wouldn't get too discouraged and drop the program.
Infinity helped me prepare for college and value my education. I graduated with both a high school diploma and college degree during my time there. I was offered an amazing opportunity to attend their school and I couldn’t be more grateful.
I really like how my school has a tight-knit community. Our advisory class allows for us to meet people from every grade level and creates a strong support system.
Infinity is a small but mighty school, we love to represent ourselves in any outside events. We take pride in getting awards and competing with others. As we are such a small school we feel like a small community and even a small family, we make friends with lower and upper class men, and we also build really good relationships with our teachers and staff. Most of us have a group of people to be a part of, and a teacher that we can rely on. Infinity is amazing and I’m so thankful for everyone I met there and every one that works there.
Teachers and administrators believe that all students are capable of learning and meeting high standards. While it is acknowledged that some students face significant challenges, these challenges are not regarded as insurmountable. Students are given a rigorous and challenging course of study. I would like to see more sports encoporated into the institution that was the reason I almost did not attend the school. Thankfully I have just graduated with my degree so I would say sacrifices had to be made.
From my experience, Infinity Early College High School is a great school. They teach you valuable lessons about time management, responsibility hard work, etc. You learn to adapt to a college setting as well because you take college classes. They also offer great resources and helpful teachers that want to see you succeed and will help you out no matter what problems you may be facing.
Overall its a really great school with a welcoming environment and caring teachers. The only real change I would see would be more focus put on applying to colleges earlier on.