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BEHS College Ready Night, March 4, 2013 College Training During High School. Earning Industry Certifications and College Credit at Box Elder High School Annette Whitaker, BEHS Counseling and Guidance. Welcome!. No worries about taking notes and remembering all of these details!
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Earning Industry Certifications and College Credit at Box Elder High School
Annette Whitaker, BEHS Counseling and Guidance
Make an appointment with your school counselor to make your own personal 4 year plan.
Ready for Work After High School
Advanced Placement (AP) Classes
Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Classes
Early College On-Campus Programs at USU and WSU
Career Now Industry Certifications
College Ready Tuition Expenses
College Tuition @ $300/1 Semester Hour
Typical CE Class = 3 Semester Hours
3 x $300 = $900/Class
Opportunity for 25+ Semester Hours at BEHS
25 x $300 = $7500
Earning Industry Certifications and Work Experience While in High School
Pathway Completion Checklists in Career Training Areas
Advisement Provided By CTE Teachers and School Counselors
The Pathways Regional Coordinator, Mrs. Jeanne Johnson, Verifies Completion
No Unsatisfactory Citizenship
Completion of Related Coursework Required
Approval Through Mr. Jesse Roberts
Bridgerland Applied College Brigham City (BBCC) and Logan (BATC)
No Tuition Costs
Must Pay for Fees and Tools (amount varies)
Strongly Recommend Summer Enrollment
Begin After 10th Grade
Enroll 3-6 Periods Per Trimester Grades 11-12
Bus Available for Logan
You will need your own transportation for Brigham City
Info on Certifications
High School Offerings
BATC Completion Scholarship Programs
BATC/USU Applied Associate’s Degree
Earning College Credit While in High School
Most prestigious and rigorous high school course work
Study Skills and Work Ethic are Critical
GPA may be used if enrollment becomes limited.
Must pass the National AP Tests to earn college credit.
Your university choice and choice of major determine if and how the credit is used.
More Info: http://www.collegeboard.org/
1-2 Tri Classes – Survey Course
Credit for the Course (not just the test)
Credit transfers to other colleges
Your college major will determine how the credit will be applied.
Letter Grades on both HS and College Transcripts are the same
USU 1300 US Institutions 3 Credits
CE Courses are available at USU BC with no tuition cost.
Regular Tuition (Some Early College Scholar ships are available.