I went there when they were located on the SLCC campus. The goal on paper was to get each student college credit through concurrent enrollment, but I felt like the real goal was to get us as prepared for college in every possible way, credits included. Thanks to the care of the faculty and staff, I graduated with an AS degree and was able to walk as if I was like any other full time college student, before I had even graduated from the high school itself! It was small, and everyone was friendly. There weren't cliques or any drama, and education went forward.