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Advanced Placement Program (AP)
The AP program allows students to take college level courses taught by our teachers while enrolled in their high school. Many colleges grant advanced placement or credit to students who successfully complete the program. To be eligible for this benefit, students must pay the registration fee and take the AP exam in the spring of the year.
Courses are AP English 11, AP English 12, AP Calculus, AP U.S. History and AP World History.

College In The Schools (CITS)
College in the Schools offers high school students the opportunity to receive college credit through high school course work. The following criteria must be met to register for CITS courses:

University of Minnesota Duluth


Students must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher to be eligible for enrollment

Course offerings:

CITS Honors Economics

CITS College Composition

CITS AP Lit & Comp 12

CITS Honors Sociology

CITS AP Calculus

CITS Strength Training

Honors Spanish 5

Lake Superior College


Juniors must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above;

Seniors must have an overall GPA of 2.5 or above

Course offerings:

CITS Precalculus

CITS Honors Human Anatomy

CITS Marketing II

CITS Keyboarding

CITS Computer Applications

Fond du Lac Community College


Juniors must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above;

Seniors must have an overall GPA of 2.5 or above;

All students must complete a FDLCC application

All students must take and pass the ACCUPLACER entrance exam, OR
submit an ACT score with sub scores of 24 or higher

Course offerings:

CITS Honors Physics

CITS Honors Chemistry

CITS Honors American Government

CITS General Psychology

CITS Civil and Criminal Law

Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO)
This program enables eleventh and twelfth grade public school students to enroll in nonsectarian courses or programs in eligible post secondary institutions at no cost to the student. Students may participate on either a full-time or part-time basis, however, students may not be enrolled more than full-time. It is the responsibility of the student to meet college admission requirements and registration deadlines as well as monitoring completion of credits required for high school graduation.

Please click here for more information about PSEO and how to apply. See your counselor if you have questions.