Start College in High School - Resources for Students and Parents | gotoLTC

Start College in High School - Resources for Students and Parents

There are multiple ways for students to earn college credits in High School. Please click the categories below to learn more.

Start College Now

Start College Now is an opportunity for high school students to take college-level classes. While enrolled, students earn both high school and college credit, potentially saving time and money toward their chosen degree.

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In order for students to be eligible they must:

Have completed 10th grade and be enrolled in a public high school Receive approval from a parent/guardian Be in good academic standing at their high school Meet LTC course entry requirements

Applications are due to the high school March 1 for Fall semester and October 1 for Spring semester. Each student should contact their high school counselor regarding their school’s process for submission and approval of the Start College Now application.

What are my next steps?

Complete the Start College Now Application

Speak with your high school counselor regarding your Start College Now application. If approved, LTC will work with students regarding registration and enrollment.

Applications are due to the high school March 1 for Fall semester and October 1 for Spring semester. Each student should contact their high school counselor regarding their school’s process for submission and approval of the Start College Now application.

LTC Career Certificates

LTC’s Career Certificates give high school students a jump on college and a future career. Students attend LTC classes and earn both high school and college credit, as well as an employer-recognized certificate in high-demand occupations.

College Courses at your High School

LTC may offer transcripted credit and/or advanced standing courses at the high school where the high school teacher teaches the class and students have the opportunity to earn college credit while staying at their high school.
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For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact David Hermann, Director of K-12 Partnerships at 920-693-1727 or david.hermann@gotoltc.edu.