While in high school, you’ll be able to take classes for free and get your feet wet on what college courses are like. Remember, though, your grade is part of your college transcript, so choose wisely and apply yourself! We recommend working with your admissions advisor to pick out the right classes for you.
While you can take any classes that you are eligible for at any of our locations, the pathway below offers courses on location at Broadneck High School!
While in high school, Broadneck students can begin a pathway to Environmental Science – Arts and Sciences Transfer (A.S.). If you're interested in this option, check out the courses below to see what your schedule could look like.
In addition, during their senior year, students can complete one lab course at AACC from this list:
Students attending the Center for Applied Technology-South (CAT-South) can earn college credits by enrolling in selected Career Technology Education (CTE) programs. You then just need to successfully complete your CAT- South program, and earn a C or better on the AACC college proficiency assessment(s). Grades below C will not be reflected on your AACC college transcript.
You can earn proficiency credit by completing this CTE program at Broadneck High School:
The ProStart program introduces high school students to a variety of careers within the restaurant, food service and hospitality industry. Students will study and practice professional food preparation, preparation of international cuisines, food safety and sanitation, customer service relations, accounting, cost control and marketing, and will receive an introduction to aspects of lodging management. Students will follow the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation industry standard curriculum with the potential to earn a ProStart and ServSafe certification.
For information, contact your high school counselor or email Melanie Coleman, Instructional Pathways and Partnerships, Secondary, at email@example.com.