Advanced Opportunities

There are several opportunities for students at Idaho secondary schools to earn college credit for education completed while still enrolled in the secondary school system.

Advanced Placement

The College Board Advanced Placement AP Examinations

The College Board provides AP exams in a variety of subject areas. The tests are taken while you are still in high school, and you may receive college credit if you receive a 3, 4, or 5 on the exam, depending upon the postsecondary institution you plan to attend.

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent enrollment is course work in which a secondary student is enrolled in a college level course which is also counted as a secondary course for high school graduation purposes. Contact your local college or university to see if this program is offered in your area.

Idaho Dual Credit Program

The College Level Equivalency Program

The College Level Equivalency Program - CLEP

Some Idaho colleges and universities provide credit for CLEP General or CLEP subject examinations, or both. CLEP General Examinations cover broad areas of study such as English composition, mathematics, history and social sciences, natural sciences, and the humanities. Please note that not all postsecondary institutions will accept CLEP tests towards credit for graduation. CLEP tests can be taken in high school or college, as long as the student has not already taken the course at the college level.

For more information on AP, CLEPand concurrent enrollment programs, contact your high school counselor. The postsecondary institution you plan to attend may also offer credit based on other criteria.

Tech Prep

The Tech Prep program allows students to receive technical college credit for a high school professional-technical course (or combination of courses) that has been evaluated and has been determined to be equivalent to a technical college course. For more information, contact your high school counselor.

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