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.
Director of College in the High School
Contact Christy Ward