High School Partnership Program

Contact: Curtis Antrum cantrum@norwalk.edu and Robin Morris rmorris@norwalk.edu

Who is it for?

  • Highly motivated, academically qualified students.

What are the qualifications?

  • Junior or senior in a high school with an HSP Agreement.
  • Minimum 3.0 grade point average (80 minimum numerical average).
  • The student also must demonstrate eligibility for EN101 Composition through the Accuplacer placement test or AP, SAT or ACT scores (see NCC web site for placement test exemptions).
  • Please note that during time of COVID, students are assessed by GPA if they do not have test scores. We are not offering the Accuplacer currently.

    What paperwork is required?

  1. An NCC High School Partnership Student Application
    1. Parent signature is required if less than 18 years of age.
    2. Please fill out this online form. Scroll down on the first page and where it says Student Type, Choose High School Partnership/High School Other. Please complete the entire application.
    3. Please submit the HSP Additional Information form.
  2. Placement test (required of all new, 1st time students). *See above regarding testing.
    1. The English and/or mathematics parts of the test is required unless waived with AP, SAT or ACT scores.
  3. A high school transcript through the latest quarter.
  4. A recommendation from a high school counselor or other administrator.
  5. An interview/registration appointment with Curtis Antrum or Robin Morris

What classes may be taken?

  • The student will be eligible for any class that any other NCC freshman is eligible for with respect to the results of the placement test and course prerequisites.
  • The student may take one or two courses per semester in the fall and/or spring semesters.
  • The class must meet outside of regularly scheduled high school hours.
  • Summer classes are not available through HSP but may be taken at the student’s expense.

    What credit is awarded?

  • The student will earn college credit for a successfully completed class. That credit may be used toward a degree or certificate at NCC or transferred to another college.
  • Please be aware some colleges will not accept transfer credit for a course taken while in high school.
  • The individual school or school system determines if credit will be granted toward a high school diploma.

Cost to the student?

  • HSP covers the cost of tuition and registration fees.
  • The student must purchase books and supplies, if any.

High School Partnership Program Additional Information

High School Partnership Program

Contact Info

Academic Information

Please enter in the format of Semester + Year (ex. Spring 2020)

Supporting Documents

Please upload a copy of each of the following documents:
  1. High School Transcript
  2. Recommendation from Counselor
  3. SAT/ACT (if applicable)
If under 18, please have parent or guardian sign.