HBCU Plans to Host a New High School With an International Focus

Historically black Fayetteville State University in North Carolina has announced plans to establish a second early college high school on its campus. The early college high school allows students to obtain their high school diplomas while also earning college credits.

The university currently operates Cross Creek Early College High School. The new school, Cumberland International Early College High School, will focus on foreign language and cultural studies. It will offer courses in Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, and Arabic.