Concurrent enrollment, referred to as “concurrent enrollment” in the School Code, is an effort by the Commonwealth to encourage a broader range of students to experience postsecondary coursework and its increased academic rigor, while still in the supportive environment of their local high school. The intent is to increase the number of students that go on to postsecondary education and to decrease the need for remedial coursework at postsecondary institutions.
Concurrent enrollment is a locally administered program that allows a secondary student to concurrently enroll in postsecondary courses and to receive both secondary and postsecondary credit for that coursework. The local programs are run through partnerships between school entities and eligible postsecondary institutions. Potential Concurrentl Enrollment courses will be identified in the Course Descriptions section of the BASH program of studies.
BASH currently has established an articulation agreement with Montgomery County Community College (MCCC). All dual enrollment courses are taught at BASH by MCCC adjunct certified BASH teachers or MCCC approved adjunct instructors.
MCCC concurrent enrollment credits are transferable to any Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education university (e.g. Kutztown, West Chester, Millersville, etc.)
It is strongly encouraged that students check if their intended university of attendance accepts dual enrollment credit prior to enrolling.
2015-2016 School Year MCCC CE Tuition
$187.00 per 3-4 credit course