Dual Enrollment / ACE
CLICK THE VIDEO BELOW FOR INFORMATION ABOUT RICHLAND DUAL ENROLLMENT:
CLICK HERE to Apply to Dual Enrollment/ACE Program
ACE Registration Helpline: Phone: 814-262-6444
E-mail: [email protected]
**English and Math courses may require a placement test if your student has not yet taken the SAT. If the ACE course you are registering for requires testing (see below), please call the Penn Highlands Student Success Center at (814) 262-6451 to schedule an appointment.
- Honors Algebra 2 requires placement testing or a SAT Math score of 500+
- Junior year English (ENG 110) requires either placement testing or SAT EBRW score of 500+. SAT scores are proven by having the Guidance Office send a transcript to Penn Highlands.
- Senior year English (ENG 200) requires previous purchase of junior year English (ENG 110).
- Physiology requires a Biology prerequisite. If you need to prove this course, contact the Guidance Office to have a transcript sent to PHCC.
- Spanish IV requires a previous purchase of Spanish III.
Equivalency Websites Utilize the PHCC course numbers listed below to search. These will help you determine how credits transfer:
If the ACE course you are registering for requires placement testing, please call the Penn Highlands Student Success Center at (814) 262-6451 to schedule an appointment. The deadline to test is listed above. Practice for testing through Accuplacer: https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/student/inside-the-test
Mrs. Crowell's personal opinion on best value selections of the Dual Enrollment courses offered at Richland.
All of the following:
- MicroComputers (9th grade) - 3 credits
- Sociology - 3 credits
- Psychology - 3 credits
- English Comp I (11th grade) - 3 credits
- English Comp II (12th grade) - 3 credits
- American Gov’t/Econ (12th grade)- 3 credits
One of the following - 3 credits
- US History I (9th grade)
- US History II (11th grade)
One of the following - 4 credits (including 1 credit lab)
- Anatomy & Physiology
TOTAL: 25 credits*
*The cap for dual enrollment credit is 29 credits but requires advisement from a Penn Highlands representative.