Post-Secondary Enrollment

PSEO (Post-Secondary Enrollment Option Program)allows juniors and seniors with at least a 3.0 GPA (or top third of their class depending on the college)to enroll in and attend college while in high school. Students must meet the admissions requirements of the post-secondary institution, but do not pay for tuition, fees, or books. Students earn high school credit and college or university credit by completing coursework through PSEO. Students are responsible for making sure they complete all courses required for graduation. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from their school of choice and will take classes with college students, taught by college professors. Students can attend full time, meaning you have a full class schedule at the college. Students may attend part time, meaning you attend high school classes for part of the day and college classes for part of the day. Some students choose to take only their required courses at the high school and enroll in other courses at the college for the remainder of the day.

More information about the PSEO program is available in the guidance office.

Contact: Mr. Ray Lutovsky