Atlantic Cape Offers Opportunities for Young Learners

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High school juniors and seniors can get a jump start on their college education by taking advantage of a partnership between their high school and Atlantic Cape.

High school students who earn college credits are more likely to graduate from college and reduce the average time to complete their degree, according to the U.S. Department of Education. And taking advantage of a partnership program helps reduce future college expenses by shortening their time to college graduation.

High school partnerships

There are four programs to choose from:

Concurrent Enrollment—Students may take college classes at their high school or Atlantic Cape that satisfy their high school graduation requirement and receive an Atlantic Cape grade and college credit.

Dual Credit—Atlantic Cape approves a high school course as credit-worthy according to the college’s standards, your high school delivers the course and you are enrolled at your high school AND Atlantic Cape. You receive credit at your high school and Atlantic Cape.

Articulation—Atlantic Cape approves the high school course as credit-worthy to the college’s standards, the high school delivers the course. You receive credit once you have graduated from high school and complete your first semester at Atlantic Cape.

Advanced Placement—The course is offered at your high school and approved by Atlantic Cape for Advanced Placement credit. A score of 3 or higher is required for college credit.

  • Among the advantages, students
  • Save money by paying Atlantic Cape’s low tuition
  • Save time later by entering college with credits earned
  • Make their junior or senior years of high school more rigorous
  • Challenge themselves and prepare for the transition to college.

ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS

  • Atlantic Cape has articulation agreements with:
  • Atlantic County Institute of Technology
  • Atlantic County Corrections Academy
  • Atlantic County Police Academy
  • Burlington County Institute of Technology
  • Cape May County Corrections Academy
  • Cape May County Police Academy
  • Cape May County Technical School
  • Gloucester County Institute of Technology
  • Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District
  • Lower Cape May Regional High School
  • Middlesex County Vocational & Technical School
  • Ocean County Vocational Technical School
  • Pleasantville High School
  • Salem County Vocational Technical Schools
  • Sussex County Technical School

DUAL CREDIT

  • Atlantic Cape has these dual credit agreements:
  • Atlantic County Institute of Technology
  • Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts
  • Egg Harbor Township High School
  • Lower Cape May Regional High School
  • Mainland Regional High School
  • Middle Township High School
  • Vineland High School
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