Columbia-Greene Community College’s College-in-the-High School (dual enrollment) program provides area high school students the opportunity to gain advanced standing or college credit for work completed in the program. College-in-the-High School provides students with more course options, an alternative to AP courses, and a motivator that some students need to continue study and successfully transition to post secondary studies.
Our College-in-the-High School program has adopted the standards established by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). NACEP is a nationwide organization with an established set of programmatic standards indicative of quality concurrent enrollment programs.
C-GCC’s agreement with local high schools allows academically eligible students to receive high school and/or college credit for work completed. Successfully completed course work generally transfers to other institutions that accept C-GCC course work.
It is C-GCC’s expectation that the work completed in the College-in-the-High School Program is comparable to work completed through traditional class instruction and the program is an extension of its on-campus offerings.
To request an official transcript of coursework completed via C-GCC’s College-in-the-High School program, please follow these instructions.
Interim Director of College-in-the-High School
and Multi-Media Coordinator
Contact Carl Nabozny