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College Credit for High School Courses
Posted By sbaletsa On October 9, 2009 @ 11:32 am In | Comments Disabled
At NECC students can earn college credit for high school coursework if their school has an articulation agreement with the college. An articulation agreement is an officially approved agreement that matches coursework between the two schools and is entered into through active collaboration between the faculty of NECC and the instructors in the high schools.
There are many benefits to receiving articulated credits including:
To be eligible for credit students must have graduated from high school in an articulated program pathway or have taken the required coursework and received an average of a B or better in the specified course or courses. Students must provide evidence of eligibility upon admission to the college for proper placement within their program and posting of articulated credit. Credits are posted to a student’s transcript upon review of their transcript and admission to NECC. We have current articulation agreements with the following high schools: Greater Lawrence Technical, Methuen, Nashoba Valley Technical, Shawsheen Technical, and Whittier Regional Technical.
Lori A. Weir, Director of PK-12 Partnerships
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