LFCC Middle College Eligibility Components
All prospective Middle College applicants must:
STEP I: Take the grade level assessment.
The assessment will be offered in the Office of Transition Programs. Young adults between the ages of 18-24 must demonstrate a minimum level of 9th grade in Reading and Applied Math. If the required score is achieved, the prospective student can proceed to Step 2.
STEP 2: Complete an LFCC Middle College Application in the Office of Transition Programs.
Once the completed application has been submitted, the prospective student can advance to Step 3.
STEP 3: An appointment will be scheduled for each prospective student to participate in an interview with the Middle College Admissions Committee.
These interviews will be held beginning in September through December. Following the interview, the prospective student will be notified regarding their status. If admitted to Middle College, the student will advance to Step 4.
STEP 4: Middle College Orientation.
All admitted students (and key members of their family/support group) will attend an orientation. At the orientation, information will be provided regarding the following:
- Middle College program expectations
- Middle College academic enrichment program and schedule of Middle College courses
- Student support services available at Lord Fairfax Community College
STEP 5: Before classes begin in August, Middle College students will schedule and attend a one-on-one meeting with the Middle College Career Coach.
This meeting allows the Middle College student to begin planning their personal goals and obtain answers to any further questions.
STEP 6: Middle College students will complete the following program of study leading to college and career readiness:
- Skill development in English and math;
- Preparation for the GED and Career Readiness Certificate (CRC);
- Completion of the College Success Skills class, and a Computer Technology class