How to Earn College Credit(s) NOW!
Advanced Placement (AP) Classes
AP students study college-level subjects in high school and get college credit(s) after passing an AP test.
If you’re a homeschooled student or attend a school that doesn't offer AP classes, you can still participate through an independent study program.
Learn about HFC's AP equivalencies.
And visit www.collegeboard.com for more information.
Talk to your high school counselor about taking classes at a college while you’re still in high school. Your high school may even pay for some or all of the costs.
Office of Secondary Partnerships/ Articulations
Your high school may offer a variety of classes and enrichment activities in technical fields. When you get to college you may be able to take a higher-level course in that area. If you pass, you also get credit for the lower-level coursework that you completed in high school. See your high school counselors or teachers for more information about what’s available in your area.