Are you a high-school student looking to get a jump-start on your college credits?
SCTCC offers dual-enrollment options for students wanting to earn college credit while still in high school.
The benefits are great:
- Explore career options
- Save money on college tuition, fees, and books
- Meet new people
- Get a jump-start on your future!
Get a jump-start on your college career! Participate in special programs, take classes at your high school, or, come to our campus and attend regular college classes.
The best way to get started is to talk to your high school guidance counselor and review the helpful links below.
Post Secondary Enrollment Option
Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) offers high school students the opportunity to take courses at eligible post-secondary institutions. Students must meet the admissions requirements of the post-secondary institution, but do not pay for tuition, fees, or books. Students earn high school credit AND college credit for courses.
Discovery Academy is a high school initiative of SCTCC in partnership with central Minnesota high schools. Students take technically-oriented college courses in a high school setting. Courses are taught by St. Cloud Technical & Community College instructors or specifically trained high school teachers. All courses are credit-based and earn a college transcript if completed successfully.
Articulated College Credit
SCTCC partners with area high schools to provide educational pathways in technical programs for students. Students participate in college-level course work in their high school to earn a certificate that transfers to the college. Success in certain high school courses may qualify students for Articulated College Credit. Learn more at http://www.ctecreditmn.com.
I-SEEK - Programs of Study
The I-Seek Programs of Study is a website intended to help you see connections between academic and elective courses giving you the most exposure and depth of understanding about a particular career area. Programs of Study are designed to show you the sequence of related courses available at your school as well as post-secondary opportunities that you might consider.