Advanced Placement of High School Students
CCC accepts for college credit, Advanced Placement (AP) courses taken in high school through the College Entrance Examination Board’s Advanced Placement Program, provided that the student scores a minimum of 3 on the test. Official scores should be submitted to the Admissions Office for consideration. When credit is awarded, it is entered on the student’s college transcript, but the grade is not included in the college grade point average.
High School Partnership Program
This program provides the opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to get a head start on their college experience while still in high school. Students are allowed to take a maximum of two college courses each semester they are enrolled in the program. Tuition and fees are waived for the program; however students are responsible for the cost of books and supplies associated with the course(s).
Eligible high school students must be enrolled in one of the following school systems: Hartford, West Hartford, Windsor, Bloomfield, Newington or Wethersfield.
- Complete the college admissions application. Parent signature required if under 18.
- Include the HSPP Recommendation Form completed by a teacher or counselor.
- Include an official high school transcript of grades; an overall “B” average is required.
Students accepted into the program must do the following:
- Take the college’s Math and English placement test.
- Submit the signed HSPP Parental Consent Form to the Admissions Office prior to registration for classes.
Fall applications are accepted April 1st through June 15th. Spring applications are accepted October 1st through December 15th.
Registration for all HSPP courses is on a space-available basis. HSPP courses may not be taken during the summer or winter terms. Transfer of these courses to other colleges is evaluated in the same manner as any other college credit transfer. This is a semester-to-semester program. Students accepted into this program must submit a recommendation and high school transcript for each semester they wish to participate. They do not have to submit a new admissions application or retake the placement test.
For more information, please call the Admissions Office, 860-906-5140
College Career Pathways
College Career Pathways is a federally funded partnership between Capital Community College and area high schools. College Career Pathways prepares students for today’s highly competitive workplace. The Connecticut Board of Regents for High Education has authorized College Career Pathways for all campuses. Depending on the high school, students can take college courses in the following career areas: Computer Information and Systems, Communication Media, Biotechnology, Criminal Justice, Accounting, Business Management, Construction Management, Health Information Management, and more. Students are selected on the basis of criteria developed and articulated by a consortium of the participating high schools and published in an articulation agreement available in the College Career Pathways office.
A student can earn up to fifteen credits by completing designated courses at her/his local high school. On-site and work based learning are also provided by business and industry partners.
For additional information, contact Karen Binkhorst, the College Career Coordinator at 860-906-5283