COLLEGE IN HIGH SCHOOL AT NORTH ALLEGHENY
College in High School offers regional high school students the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit in courses taught in their high school classrooms. This program provides students the chance to participate in college-level learning experiences before they leave high school, while helping students to establish a collegiate transcript for potential transfer credits in the future. Students are NOT required to take the course for collegiate credit unless they wish to do so.
The following are courses offered for CHS credit. Please note that each college or university requires their own registration and independent payment procedures. Please talk with the teacher of the course at North Allegheny School District for more information. All courses listed below equate with three (3) collegiate credits unless otherwise noted. North Allegheny partners with the following institutions of higher learning: Carlow University, Duquesne University, LaRoche University, Rochester Institute of Technology, and the University of Pittsburgh.
Should you have questions about whether a college or university will accept these credits toward the completion of a bachelor’s degree, please contact the specific Admissions Office directly. Many families also review this database to review the likelihood of acceptance of transfer credits eceapps.uconn.edu/credit_transfer_database
BUSINESS, COMPUTERS, & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BCIT)
Family and Consumer Sciences
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING EDUCATION
* Note: Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses are not only eligible for college credit through Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), but also many other colleges and universities that can be found on the PLTW student opportunities page at: https://www.pltw.org/experience-pltw/student-opportunities