Bryan Collegiate High School is a dual credit high school that partners with Blinn College to allow students the opportunity to simultaneously earn high school and college credit. Students select a university major they are interested in pursuing and follow a specific degree plan as they select Blinn courses. Students can earn an Associate's Degree at the same time they earn their high school diploma. There are no fees associated with Bryan Collegiate, as Bryan ISD and Blinn College cover the full cost of Blinn tuition and books.

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At Bryan Collegiate, our mission is to provide students a supportive academic environment enabling all students to earn sixty college credit hours by their senior year and graduate on the new Foundation Graduation Plan with the Distinguished Level of Achievement. Our vision is to see that every student, especially those traditionally underrepresented in higher education, receive a strong educational foundation and are prepared to be successful in a post-secondary environment. We believe that by working with families, higher education, and community partners, students will not only succeed with our curriculum but will form a strong personal vision as they develop into life-long learners.


  • To ensure students have access to dual credit coursework at no cost to students

  • To offer rigorous instruction and accelerated courses for students 

  • To provide academic and social support services to help students succeed

  • To increase college readiness and access to post-secondary education

Location and Contact Information

Bryan Collegiate High School
1901 E. Villa Maria Road
Bryan, Texas 77802

Bryan Collegiate High School Website

Texas Education Agency - Early College High School

Admission Procedures

As a designated Early College high school Bryan Collegiate must recruit, and enroll subpopulations of at-risk students (as defined by PEIMS), including, but not limited to, students who are of limited English proficiency, students who have failed a state-administered assessment, and students that are historically underrepresented in college coursework (e.g., first-generation college-goers, students of low socioeconomic status, African American, Hispanic, Native American.)  However, we encourage students of all backgrounds to apply.

A completed application by the parent and student must be on file and all students must complete an in person (face-to-face) interview to be considered for admission. Applications for the next school year open in December, and the application closes in early February.

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