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Early College

Earn College Credit
While Still In High School

Current High School Students

LCCC offers high school students the opportunity to complete college credit. Current high school students who have completed the equivalent of tenth grade may enroll in college credit courses at LCCC. High school students should consult with their high school counselor about guidelines for enrollment. Home-school students must provide proof of filing as a private school or may obtain sign-off from the local public high school the student would normally attend. The local high school must accept home schooling as valid school attendance and determine whether the student has completed coursework sufficient to prepare him or her to take college-level coursework.

Students from the following schools have earned college credit while still in high school just this year. They attended main campus, dedicated and non-dedicated sites.

Berwick High School

Bloomsburg High School

Central Columbia High School

Columbia Montour Area Vo Tech School

Crestwood High School

Dallas Senior High School

Damascus Christian Academy

Greater Nanticoke Area High School

Hanover Area High School

Hazleton Area High School

Holy Redeemer High School


Hughesville High School

Immanuel Christian School

Lackawanna Trail High School

Marian Catholic High School


North Pocono High School

Northwest Area High School
    Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School

Pennsylvania Homeschoolers Accreditation Agency

Scranton High School

Shamokin Area High School

SusQ-Cyber Charter School

Susquehanna Valley Homeshool Diploma Program Inc.

The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School

Triboro Christian Academy

Wilkes Barre Area School District

   James M Coughlin High School

   Elmer L Meyers High School

   G.A.R. Memorial High School

Wyoming Valley West High School

Students from the schools below earned college credit this year while attending classes at their high school during their normal school day.

Mount Carmel Area High School

Southern Columbia Area High School

Wilkes-Barre Area Career & Technology Center

Wyoming Valley West High School

Students from the schools below will earn college credit this school year while attending classes at their high school during their normal school day.

Delaware Valley High School

Elk Lake High School

Susquehanna Community High School

Students Who Have Completed High School Early

Students who have successfully completed their high school requirements at the end of the junior year may apply for Early Admission. This is different than our Early College Program. These students must submit an official high school transcript for review and must schedule a personal interview with an Admissions representative. They must submit a letter of permission from their high school principal indicating approval from the Secondary School for consideration for admission. A letter of recommendation from their high school counselor must also be submitted. An admissions committee will assess the qualifications of applicants and notify the students of the admissions decision.

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        • Final Exams – Fifteen-Week Session – fall semester

        • OVR representative on campus Dec 13

        • Final Exams – Fifteen-Week Session – fall semester
        • Used Book Buyback – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Bookstore
        • OVR representative on campus – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – College Hall, Room 904
        • Final Exams – Fifteen-Week Session – fall semester
        • Used Book Buyback – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Bookstore

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