• VIII.          COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

     

    1.         Dual Credit- Camden County College

    Upon satisfactory completion of course requirements, any student enrolled in this program will be able to apply this credit at those colleges/universities which accept it.  Students will be required to pay a course registration fee to Camden County College.  Select AP courses offered at High Schools East or West are eligible for dual credit.  Camden County College offers an extensive list of courses offered for dual credit.  A complete list can be obtained from your School Counselor. 

     

    1.       Dual Credit - Stockton University

    Upon satisfactory completion of course requirements, any student enrolled in this program will be able to apply this credit at those colleges/universities which accept it.  Students willbe required to pay a course registration fee to Stockton University and attain a grade of “C” or higher. High School Courses currently offered for dual credit at Stockton University

    are:

    Holocaust and Genocide

    African American Studies

     

    1. Dual Credit- Rowan College Burlington County (RCBC)

    Upon satisfactory completion of course requirements, any student enrolled in this program will be able to apply this credit at those colleges/universities which accept it. Students will be required to pay a course registration fee to Rowan College Burlington County.

    Select AP Courses offered at High Schools East or West are eligible for dual credit except AP Latin.

     

    1. Career Pathway Camden County College (CCC)

                            Camden County College provides students at High Schools East and West with the

                            opportunity through their Career and Technical Institute to earn career certifications while

                            in high school.  The programs available for students are; automotive, carpentry, certified

                            medical assistant, cosmetology, culinary, baking and pastry, dialysis tech, electrical

                            residential, HVAC, plumbing, welding, pharmacy technician, patient care technician,

                            computer technician support specialist,  Microsoft office specialist and veterinary exam

                            room assistant.  Most programs are completed in three to 10 months. There may be

                            restrictions on some of the CCC career pathways courses due to class time, age or other

                            restrictions. All students participating in one of these pathways must provide their own

                            transportation.

     

    1.           Workforce- Certification to Degree through Rowan College at Burlington County

                            (RCBC)

                Our RCBC partnership in the workforce pathway exposes students to a curriculum that

                will provide licensing in a specific field of choice. The entire workforce catalog is available to

                our students. The two courses of study that will be offered at either Cherry Hill High School

                East or West will be the Cisco CCENT and CCNA Certifications and Transportation                          Logistics and Distribution (TLD). These two options will be available at either High School                and will create a unique schedule for those students participating.

     

    1. Cisco Networking Academy will consist of two 140 hour courses and will provide    students with a CCENT and CCNA certification upon graduation. Students will be           required to pay all course registration fees to Rowan College Burlington County.   (RCBC)
    2. Transportation, Logistics and Distribution (TLD) equips individuals with the latest skills and certifications, as well as connections to employers hiring in the field. This certification consists of 8 modules, each 40 hours. The modules include: Supply Chain, Management Principles, Warehouse Operations, Transportation Operations, Demand Planning, Manufacturing and service Operations, Inventory Management, Supply Management, and Procurement and Customer Service Operations. Students will complete 6 of these modules over the course of one year and complete the first 2 modules at RCBC the summer prior to entering the program during their high school senior year. Students will be required to pay all course registration fees to Rowan College Burlington County. (RCBC)
    3. Additional Workforce opportunities that may be of interest to our high school students include, but are not limited to Health Science Courses including- Pharmacy Technician, Electrocardiograph Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician. These courses are instructed on the RCBC Campus, and are connected directly to the Virtua Health System. Students will be required to pay all course registration fees to Rowan College Burlington County. (RCBC) All students participating in one of these pathways must provide their own transportation.