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High School Students

Welcome! HACC offers a variety of dual-enrollment programs for high school juniors and seniors. You can receive both college and high school credit through this program. A college course may also count towards high school graduation.

Students may choose to take courses on a HACC campus. We also have off-site locations or online options. Students may also take HACC courses at their high school through the College in the High School program.

College in the High School Program

The College in the High School program gives high school students the opportunity to take college courses at their high school.

  1. Contact your College Pathways Coordinator for an admission application and necessary forms.
  2. Submit your application and official high school transcripts. Home-educated students must submit an official evaluation.
  3. Submit your SAT or ACT scores, if applicable.
  4. Complete the college placement testing.
  5. Submit the enrollment form.

Dual-Enrollment at a HACC Campus

The Dual-Enrollment program gives high school students the opportunity to take college courses at a HACC campus.

  1. Contact your College Pathways Coordinator for an admission application and necessary forms.
  2. Submit your application and official high school transcripts. Home-educated students must submit an official evaluation.
  3. Submit your SAT or ACT scores, if applicable.
  4. Complete the college placement testing.
  5. Submit the enrollment form.

Early College Academy

The Early College Academy lets high school students take two courses during the spring semester (6 credits) at HACC's Gettysburg Campus with other traditional HACC college students. You will be required to attend the Friday afternoon seminar topics during the first part of the fall term.

  1. Contact your College Pathways Coordinator for an admission application and necessary forms.
  2. Submit your application and official high school transcripts. Home-educated students must submit an official evaluation.
  3. Submit your SAT or ACT scores, if applicable.
  4. Complete the college placement testing. 
  5. Submit the enrollment form.