Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) and Perkiomen Valley High School offer several ways students may earn college credit while in high school. Students (age 15 and older) may fulfill high school requirements and earn college credits in high school. Students may take classes at PVHS (see below) or register for classes taught either online or on-campus at MCCC. These credits often transfer to two and four-year colleges/universities as advanced college credit.
PVHS offers several dual credit courses at PVHS:
The cost of a MCCC course taught at PVHS is less than $200 per semester.
The cost of a MCCC course taught online or on campus is less than $600 per semester.
Ursinus College and Perkiomen Valley High School have an agreement which provides a tuition-free course program for qualified seniors to take one course per semester. The courses can be in many areas generally available to college freshmen. These courses cannot duplicate courses already offered at the high school. Counselors can provide additional information to you.