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Early College Experiences for High School Students

About Early College

Motivated high school and home school students don’t have to wait to begin their college experience. The Early College Program at North Shore Community College allows qualified high school and home-schooled students to earn college credit while completing high school graduation requirements in a variety of ways.

What is Early College?

Early College is a combination college credit options that allows high school students to earn college credits, including a post-secondary certificate or degree in a career pathway or liberal arts, while they simultaneously achieve their high school diploma.

Students can earn Early College credits in several ways:

  1. Dual enrollment in college courses that are offered at the high school, on the college campus or online.
  2. Transfer of approved course credits from high school course work to North Shore Community College.
  3. AP credits from high school courses with a successful AP exam score.
  4. A qualifying score on a CLEP® (College-Level Examination Program) Exam.


FALL 2017 EARLY COLLEGE

Don't sweat the summer! Enhance your writing skills, explore STEM careers and earn college credit.

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