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High School Connections
4J ECCO High School
Bldg 10, Rm 209
College Now Articulation Meetings:
October 13, 2016
7:30am Center for Meeting and Learning 19,102
October 27, 2016
11:30am Center for Meeting and Learning 19, 102
Find out more about High School Connections
What is High School Connections?
College Now? RTEC?
These programs help currently enrolled high school students make the transition from high school to college. You can earn both high school and college credits (dual credit) for some courses to get an early start on college at substantial savings. The High School Connections office is located on main campus in Building 10 Room 207.
The High School Partnership Referral form is submitted once a year. The high school counselor referring the student to LCC must have district approval signature on the form. The School District is responsible for submitting Billing Authorization to Sponsored Accounts to cover payment for the student.
Approved College Now classes are held at your high school. These college level courses are offered free for students who meet the academic requirements. These classes include both academic transfer and career/technical courses.
The RTEC program offers both career and technical courses not available at your high school, while other programs are located on participating high school campuses. Some school districts will help their students pay for courses located at Lane CC campuses.
Individual High School Partnerships
Some specific High School Partnership programs have been developed with local school districts for high school students.
High School Students Taking Regular Lane CC Courses
High School students who want to enroll in regular LANE CC courses for college credit must fill out a LANE CC credit application. As a credit Lane CC student you will have to fulfill all requirements including the New Student Information Session (on-line), placement testing, academic advising, and meet all prerequisites required for the course.
If the student is under 18 they must submit the signed "Under 18 Parental Signature Form".
The GED program assists students who did not receive a high school diploma to earn a high school equivalency certificate.
Need More Information?
For more information, start first with your high school counselor and/or call the High School Connections office at Lane Community College (541) 463-5521. The High School Connections office is located in Building 10 Room 207.