Important Notices

Achievers Showcase: June 11, 4pm-6pm

AECP Night at Trenton Thunder: On Friday, June 7th at 7:00 PM, AECP is hosting a fundraising outing to a Trenton Thunder baseball game. The event is open to the AECP school community and their families. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 15th and are $11 each.

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2023-24 Academic Calendars

Water Testing Exemption Approval, NJDOE

NJSLA Details and Schedule




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Achievers Early College Prep Charter School

College Starts Here

Achievers Early College Preparatory Charter School (AECP) is a tuition-free public charter school open to all students in Trenton. Achievers opened its doors on August 27, 2018 with our founding 6th-grade class and will grow each year to ultimately serve students in grades 6-12.

AECP wants to make it possible for its students to earn:

  1. A high school diploma
  2. Up to 60 transferable college credits
  3. Commercially viable skills in technology
  4. Workplace learning experience and internships

Why? Read more information about STEAM and Early College Prep.

Our curriculum is composed of a 3-year college prep middle school sequence and a two-year college preparatory sequence in the 9th and 10th grades that progresses directly into a two-year college course of study, augmenting traditional 11th and 12th grades courses. This alternative to a traditional middle and high school is founded on the belief that many low-income minority students are not prepared early enough for college and careers. They tend to lack the financial and other resources to apply to, enroll in, and complete degrees of study that will be professionally and financially rewarding after graduation. Achievers Early College Prep benefits from the leadership and experience of New York and New Jersey-based public and public charter schools, teachers, college professors, community leaders and early college high school leaders around the country.

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