Atlantic Cape and St. Joseph High School Students Sign Dual Credit Agreement June 21

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From left, Louise Fourney, director of guidance at St. Joseph High School; Father Allain Caparas, president/principal of St. Joseph High School; Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape Community College; and Dr. Otto Hernandez, vice president of Academic Affairs at Atlantic Cape, after the signing for the dual credit agreement between St. Joseph High School and Atlantic Cape on June 21.

St. Joseph High School students can now earn college credit for coursework they complete through a new agreement with Atlantic Cape Community College. The agreement was approved between Atlantic Cape and the Diocese of Camden for the 2017-18 academic year at St. Joseph High School in Hammonton on Wednesday, June 21.

The agreement states that any St. Joseph High School student who takes Honors Precalculus or Honors Statistic and Probability will receive credits for courses, MATH150 Precalculus and MATH 220 Statistical Methods, at Atlantic Cape.

St. Joseph High School teachers will instruct the dual credit courses with the support of designated Atlantic Cape faculty or staff members; and Atlantic Cape will provide students who successfully complete the courses with a college transcript.

For more information regarding the agreement, contact E. Maria Eubanks, office of Academic Affairs, at 609-343-4985, email, or call the Admissions office at 609-343-4830.

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