based on 2 students ratings
The University of North Georgia has a wide selection of eCore and Dual Enrollment courses for high schoolers. Being able to participate in dual enrollment courses has allowed me to expand into college courses from an early start.
The curriculum for UNGs eCore classes is very rigorous. With assignments every week and no in-person learning, it is much more difficult than expected. Thankfully, there are many study opportunities with other students on campus as well as chances to ask professors questions even without being in their class.
I chose this school because it is just a 30-minute drive for me, so it is not too far. The school is inexpensive compared to Georgia State or The University of Georgia. The classroom sizes stay around 20-30 students which at Georgia State it would be 100+ students per class.
The course curriculum is good. There's a certain level of flexibility for the teachers to teach what they would like or for their certain style of teaching. One of my teachers lets us work on our papers at home, so we do not have class a lot.