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High School Credit Diploma Program

 

High School Credit Diploma Program

You can earn a Branford Adult High School Diploma if you complete Adult High School credits! You can transfer in previously earned credits and gain credits for employment or military experience. We offer multiple levels of classes in English, social studies, mathematics and science and we also offer online classes.  ERACE uses state-of-the-art software, direct instruction and Connecticut Virtual High School online classes to create a blended learning environment and to give students the opportunity to earn the credits needed to receive a high school diploma. This program is offered at no cost to you, however, refundable deposits for use of texts may be required.

 

NEW STUDENTS: Call us at 203.488.5693 or visit our office at Branford High School to make the required appointment with our counselors. Bring your transcript or request that it be sent to us, and if you are 17 or 18 years of age, please bring documentation that you

have officially withdrawn from high school. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION: 4 credits in English, 1 credit in Vocational Education or the Arts, 3 credits in Mathematics, 2 credits in Science to include 1 credit in Biology, 3 credits in Social Studies to include 1 credit in United States History and 1 credit in Civics, 7 elective credits including technology and Transitions. Students must also meet specific exit assessment criteria in writing and mathematics. 

HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT DIPLOMA PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY:

You may take our High School classes if you are 17 years of age and no longer enrolled in high

school. If you are 17 or 18 years of age, you must provide documentation that you have officially withdrawn from high school. 

Registration is ongoing, so please call 203-488-5693.

Classes Meet:

Monday thru Thursday : 4:00 – 8:15PM

@ Branford High School

 

 

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Continuing Education

185 East Main Street
Branford, CT 06405

203.488.5693
Fax: 203.315.5149

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Branford, Clinton,
Guilford, North Branford

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Georgetown University Summer Programs for High School Students

Georgetown University Summer Programs for High School Students

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    College Credit Courses

    College Credit Courses

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    This summer, get a head start and earn college credit at Georgetown. Our college credit courses ease your transition into the college learning environment through a blend of lectures, class discussions, and hands-on application. You’ll have the opportunity to take classes alongside current undergraduate students, learn from prestigious Georgetown faculty, and engage in challenging coursework that will prepare you for success in college and beyond. Choose from our eight-week online courses, our five-week on-campus courses, or opt to do a combination of both.

    Estimated Tuition/Credit:

    $1,398

    Learn more about commuter options.

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    College Credit Courses are offered during the following dates:

    • Main First Session: June 4–July 6, 2018
    • Main Second Session: July 9–August 10, 2018
    • Cross Session (Online): June 4–July 27, 2018

    How You’ll Benefit

    • Live and learn in the heart of Washington, D.C.
    • Get a head start on college
    • Earn credit from one of the world’s leading academic institutions
    • Set yourself apart from your high school peers
    • Engage with world-renowned faculty in small, focused classes
    • Study with students from around the world

    Program Options

    Summer Honors Intensive: If you’re seeking a more rigorous academic experience, you can take two courses per session, earning up to 12 total credits (a full semester at most universities). Students who complete two courses in a session will receive a Summer Honors Intensive Certificate upon completing their studies.

    Online Courses: Select college credit courses are available in an online format during the eight-week Summer Cross Session. Online courses feature the same content as our on-campus courses, but in an entirely virtual format.

     

    Headshot of Anthony Buttitta

    This program gave me a new perspective on college that I never had up until this point. Georgetown is an amazing school in an amazing city, and this program showed me that.

    Anthony Buttitta

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    The program offers so much–from the off-site visits to the daily lectures and the on campus activities. The lectures were interesting, meeting new people was great and the off-site visits were interactive and intriguing.

    Jazzelle DeLaney

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    This is a course that I would definitely recommend as both Georgetown and the professors were very hands-on and provided a great pre-university experience.

    Benjamin Jose

    Want to learn more?

    Request information to find out the latest on the 2018 Summer Programs for High School Students.

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    Undergraduate Dual Credit

    High School Students

    • Dual Credit
    • Advanced Placement

    In high school? Earn college credits—today

    Are you in high school and want to get a head start on college or take a course not offered at your school? Concordia’s Pre-College program offers honors-level high school students the opportunity to jump start their college career at a much lower cost than as a traditional undergraduate. As part of the Pre-College program, you’ll earn college credits while in high school receiving dynamic instruction from Concordia faculty.

    Students who don’t live in Michigan, should use the Concordia University Wisconsin Pre-College webpage.

    Students participate in Pre-College coursework through these programs:

    Concordia Promise Online Dual Credit Program

    Students at Christian High Schools and Homeschool students qualify to take courses at the reduced Concordia Promise rate of $50 per credit. Courses may be taken online, on campus, or at the high school.

    • Online: List of courses available .
    • On CUAA campus: List of courses available .
    • At the high school: Available at approved partner high schools. Contact the Pre-College Director for a list of current Promise Partner schools.

    Apply for Concordia Promise Dual Credit:

    • Complete an online application here .
    • Submit a Enrollment Request Form . The form is returned with student and school signatures and a high school transcript.

    Michigan’s Post-Secondary Education Option

    Courses are offered to public or private high school students living in Michigan. Courses are $150 per credit. The student may earn high school credit, post-secondary credit, or both. Summer term and REL courses do not qualify for state funding.

    • Online:  List of courses available .
    • On campus: List of courses available .

    Apply for PSEO:

    • Complete an online application here .
      • Fall term: Deadline July 1
      • Spring term: Deadline December 1
    • Submit a Enrollment Request Form . The form is returned with student and school signatures and a high school transcript including a PSAT, ACT or SAT test score.

    Admission requirements

    • Students are eligible in grades 9-12
    • Students must have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA in high school classes
    • A qualifying ACT or SAT test score must be submitted

    Pre-college contact information

    • Admissions: Beth Strom 734-995-7219
    • Pre-College Program or Concordia Promise: Tim Gieschen 262-243-2077

    Downloads

    • Dual Credit Q&A
    • Dual Credit Handbook
    • Printable list of online courses
    • Sample Weekly Schedule for Online Courses

    Online courses available

    Through flexible online classes, you can complete coursework during the school day or at home. Semester courses are not self-paced but follow a schedule with weekly assignment deadlines.

    Terms available:

    • Fall: Aug 27 – Dec 14, 2018. Register by July 1. (15 weeks)
    • Spring: Jan 28 – May 17, 2019. Register by Dec 1. (15 weeks)
    • Summer: June 10- Aug 16, 2019. Register by May 1. (10 weeks) Only PSY 101, ENG 103, and ENG 104 are offered

    Arts and Sciences

    • Foundations of Computer Science, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Civilization and Worldviews: Literature, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Introduction to Writing, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • American Civilization, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • American Government, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • General Psychology, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Introduction to Sociology, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • The Old Testament, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • The New Testament, 3 credits (What to Expect)

    Business

    • Financial Accounting, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Principles of Economics, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Principles of Management, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Principles of Marketing, 3 credits (What to Expect)
    • Business Writing, 3 credits (What to Expect)

    Pharmacy

    • Introduction to Pharmacy, 1 credit (What to Expect)

    Education

    • Foundations of Education, 3 credits (What to Expect)

    On campus courses available

    • ACCT 203 Financial Accounting
    • BIO 100 Principles of Biology (3 credits) + BIO 100 Lab (1 credit)
    • COMM 105 Public Speaking
    • COMM 201 Interpersonal Communication
    • CSC 150 Foundations of Computer Science
    • HEB 301 Hebrew 1
    • HIST 103 World Views History
    • HIST 151 American Civilization
    • LAT 105 Latin 1
    • MGMT 130 Principles of Management
    • MKTG 131 Principles of Marketing
    • MATH 101 Beginning Algebra
    • MATH 121 Intermediate Algebra
    • MATH 125 Contemporary Math
    • MATH 201 Calculus 1
    • MATH 205 Statistics 1
    • POLS 201 American Government
    • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
    • REL 110 Christian Faith
    • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
    • SOC 175 African American Reality and Culture
    • SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish 1
    • THTR 120 Orientation to Theater

    Apply

    Thank you for your interest in the Pre-College program at Concordia University! Please choose from the options below based on your residence to start your application.


    Michigan Students

    Michigan students, please use the link below to start the Dual Credit application process.

    Michigan – Apply Here


    All Other Students

    If you do NOT reside in the state of Michigan please use this link to apply.

    All Other – Apply Here