• Dual Enrollment Courses Offered at Mahwah High School

    In a dual-enrollment program, high school students may earn college credit, high school credit, or a combination of both. MHS offers 24 courses that qualify for MHS and college credit from 6 colleges/universities.

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  • NJ Credit Transfer Site- Transitioning from community college to a four-year institution.

    This site allows you to see which state schools will accept your BCC credits. NJ Transfer is a Web site designed to facilitate the process of transferring courses from a community college to a four-year college or university in New Jersey. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Bergen Community College Early College Program - Earn An Associate Degree While Attending High School

    Connect to college while still in high school with Bergen’s College-High School Partnership programs. Bergen Community College is proud to partner with area districts to provide students with the opportunity to earn an associate degree while still enrolled in high school. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Bergen Community College- HS Partnership Dual Credit Program

    BCC’s Dual Enrollment Program provides an opportunity for high school students to earn college credit by taking college-level courses at their high school. These courses are taught by high school teachers who meet college-level educational standards. The dual enrollment program is available to high school students of junior and/or senior standing who have demonstrated academic readiness and have received the recommendation of their guidance counselor, school administrator, and parents. 7

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  • Bergen Community College: Bergen Experience Program

    The Bergen Experience Program is a unique educational opportunity designed to provide high school seniors with a true college experience by earning academic credits during the early afternoon hours at Bergen Community College. BCC Prep students will attend their high school classes in the morning and return to their high school in time for extracurricular activities. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Fairleigh Dickinson Middle College Program

    The Middle College program at Fairleigh Dickinson University gives college-bound students the opportunity to earn college credit before they even graduate high school. Qualifying students are enrolled in approved advanced and honors courses offered at their high school. Founded in 1984, the Middle College program is now affiliated with more than 100 high schools throughout New Jersey, providing over 3,000 students the opportunity to get a jump-start on their college education. Click on title for more>>>

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  • NJIT Advanced Academic Achievement

    The Options for Advanced Academic Achievement program provides an opportunity for qualified high school students from partner schools to earn college-credits at their school during the academic year. These courses are taught by high school teachers who have been certified by NJIT as adjunct faculty members in the related NJIT departments. Junior and senior high school students with an overall average of “B” or better, which includes course prerequisites, are eligible to enroll in these college-credit courses. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Ramapo College of NJ Rise Program

    Currently enrolled high school seniors who wish to attend Ramapo College as a non-degree seeking student must meet the following requirements: Must be a high school senior Have a minimum GPA of a 3.00/B/85% Submit a letter of recommendation from a high school guidance counselor or principal supporting the student’s ability to work at a college level. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Saint Elizabeth's University Special Programs

    Outstanding high school juniors or seniors who have the written endorsement of their high school principal or guidance counselor may register as part-time college students for one or two courses in the fall, spring, or summer sessions at Saint Elizabeth University. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Saint Thomas Aquinas Dual Enrollment Program

    St. Thomas University is dedicated to finding new ways to serve a diverse community of learners. The Dual Enrollment Program benefits qualified high school juniors and seniors by enabling them to take college-level courses at designated high school sites. Join St. Thomas University’s Dual Enrollment Program and receive college credits before you graduate from high school! Enjoy the convenience of taking STU classes right in your own school during the fall and spring semesters, in the summer you may take the courses at the university campus. Click on title for more>>>

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  • Seton Hall University Project Acceleration

    Since 1978, Project Acceleration, a concurrent enrollment program within the College of Arts and Sciences at Seton Hall University, has allowed high school students in New Jersey and New York to get a head start on their university careers. Over the course of their high school career, junior and senior students can earn up to 22 credits from Seton Hall University for approved courses taken in their secondary schools. Click on title for more>>>

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  • World Language-ACTFL- American Council on Education College Credits for Oral Proficiency in Languages

    American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®) evaluated and recommended college credit for five ACTFL language proficiency assessments for the most recent period of 6/1/2020 - 5/31/2023. Click on title for more>>>

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