College Programs for HS Students

The following local programs are offered to high school students on the college campus during the academic year:

Fairleigh Dickinson University
Saturday Program for High School Students

September 29 - December 15, Saturdays, 9am-12:15pm

3 credit courses available on two campuses:
Metro Campus:
Survey of Computers and Computer Software
Intro to Financial Accounting

Florham Campus:
Intro to Computer Programming
Contemporary Mathematics
General Psychology
Intro to Financial Accounting

New Jersey Institute of Technology
Academy College Courses

Designed for high achieving 11th and 12th graders. Students can earn up to 8 credits by taking small, customized courses. Courses are offered on Saturdays during the academic year, and M-F during the summer.

Raritan Valley Community College
Early Credits Program (not the same as concurrent enrollment)

Students may take classes at RVCC: in person, online, or at a satellite location. Courses are taken alongside college students. Students must have a minimum 3.0 average, and approval of their counselor. It is NOT necessary for students to transfer these credits onto their high school transcript, if the course is not needed for high school graduation or course advancement. If the course is being taken with the intention of advancing courses at HHS or for graduation, students must apply for Option II credit before enrolling in the course.

Rider University
Gifted and Talented Program

Students may enroll in traditional courses at Rider University, for credit.

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