Marion Center Area School District has entered a partnership with Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP). The purpose of this program is to provide qualified Marion Center High School juniors and seniors with the opportunity to begin their college experience prior to graduating from high school. Please see the counselor for more information and application materials if you are interested in this program.
- * Course must not be something already offered at Marion Center – above and beyond what is already offered at MC
- * The course will count as a graduation credit requirement, but not toward GPA/class rank.
- * Marion Center high school students may earn a maximum of three (3) units of high school academic credit to be applied toward graduation requirements for courses not offered at MCHS.
- * Tuition is at student/parent(s) expense – a 75% percent tuition reduction for MC students
- * Transportation is the responsibility of student/parent
Mount Aloysius College Dual Enrollment
Marion Center Area School District has entered into an agreement with Mount Aloysius College to offer college level courses at our high school for interested juniors and seniors. The courses eligible for college credit include:
Advanced Placement English Literature - 3 credits
Advanced Placement Biology - 4 credits
Advanced Placement Chemistry - 4 credits
Advanced Placement US Government - 3 credits
Advanced Placement Calculus BC - 3 credits
Students enrolling in these courses are not required to participate in the dual enrollment option.
The cost of a 3 credit course is approximately $155 and a 4 credit course is $205. Payment for these courses will not be due until November of the participating school year.
Students will receive a transcript from Mount Aloysius with courses and credits listed. It is the student’s responsibility to forward this information to any post secondary institution they will be attending. They will need to check with the admissions office of that school to see how the credits will transfer. Credits usually transfer as general education requirements. Actual grades and grade point averages do not transfer.
If you have any questions regarding the dual enrollment program with Mount Aloysius, please do not hesitate to stop in the guidance office to discuss the program and obtain application materials.