College Options in High School

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College Credit Options in High School Advanced Studies/ Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships Course taught by an approved High School teacher (referred to as Lecturer) in the High School Course syllabus is as described in college catalog Student earns college credit for the course by enrolling at the college then registering for the course Student is concurrently enrolled as a SUNY Erie nonmatriculated student and High School student Course credit of C or higher will transfer to all SUNY schools as a general elective or local depending on the school Student pays a reduced tuition of 1/3 The student High School course grade and college credit grade is the same

Articulation Course Partnerships

College Board Advanced Placement

Course taught by High School Faculty in the High School

Course taught by High School Faculty in the High School

SUNY Erie Faculty reviews High School course curriculum to determine content is sufficient to grant credit Articulation credit is awarded after completing sequence of courses at the high school

AP exam is to demonstrate mastery of rigorous collegelevel material.

Credit is awarded by SUNY Erie only after student enrolled in stated articulated program. The course credit is tuition free for the student

Scoring a passing grade on an AP exam (3 or above), a student can earn college credit at the majority of colleges and universities in the US and Canada. A Student’s course work and the AP test score are separate evaluations. Standard fee of $93.00 per test

L.A.P./SD June 2021


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