High School Partnership Program
QVCC has signed agreements which permit eligible high school juniors and seniors to enroll in general fund supported credit courses. The college pays the tuition and waives all fees for students enrolled in the program. Students are responsible for the cost of books and supplies for the classes they take. To be eligible for the program, students must have a minimum cumulative scholastic average of 80 and be recommended in writing by their high school principal or designated representative. There are a limited number of slots for each semester; students are accepted on a first come first served basis until slots are filled. Addition information and applications are available from the Admissions Office.
Early Admission of High School Students
High school students who demonstrate sufficient academic ability and maturity may be considered for enrollment in credit courses on a full-paying basis. In addition to completing the application for admission, students must present an official transcript and letter of recommendation from their principal or designed representative. Students are required to satisfy all prerequisites and will be required to take the Basic Skills Assessment.
College Career Pathways
College Career Pathways is a federally funded program that enables students to earn college credits and explore career options while still in high school. Teachers of CCP classes are certified as college instructors. These classes have the same requirements and rigor of the class taught on the college campus. Contact the program coordinator at QVCC, Sara Van Orden, or high school guidance counselors for more information.