College Credit Courses-Advanced Studies Program

Benefits of Advanced Studies Credit: 

High school students may benefit in a number of ways from the Advanced Studies Program courses. They earn college credit while completing high school. They can apply the credit toward a program of study at the sponsoring college/university or they may elect to transfer the credit to another college. Students get an opportunity to experience college level courses while still attending high school. High school credit will be awarded and college credit can be awarded for an additional fee. North Collins High School currently has articulation agreements with Canisius University, Hilbert College and SUNY Erie.

The following college courses are offered at North Collins High School for possible college credit: 

US History (HI 101, Grade 11)

English 11H (Public Speaking 1st Semester, Grade 11)

English 11H (Creative Writing 2nd Semester, Grade 11)

English 12 (Creative Writing, Grade 12)

Life After High School (GS 111, College Success Skills)


Intro. Business







Animal Behavior

Teachers qualified to teach the above courses have been named adjunct professors for the college/university offering the dual enrollment credit.  A passing grade in these courses results in one high school credit and three college credits or four college credits if a lab class is required. A "C" will transfer to any state college.  The college will invoice you for enrolled courses.