• High school seniors may take college classes.  Below are the options available and instructions on how to enroll.  If you have further questions speak to your school counselor.  If you play a sport you must be considered a full-time student and could not take more than two college classes a semester.  

    1)  The High School Scholars Program

    Lehigh, Moravian and DeSales offer an opportunity for high achieving students to take one class per semester tuition free in their senior year.  The applications are available in April of the junior year for fall semester and November of the senior year for the spring semester.  Complete the application by the deadline and give your counselor the Transcript Request form to send your transcript.

    >Each college has a certain number of spots available and makes the decision if students are accepted.

    >When a student is accepted they must meet with their counselor to determine how it will fit into their schedule.

    DeSales High School Scholars ApplicationIt is due to nadia.bhuiyan@desales.edu by May 2,2022.  Your counselor is not the nominator.  The nominator should not mark primary or alternate nominee.  We will determine the two primary and two alternates and send the application and transcripts. Go to http://www.desales.edu/dualenrollment for more information.

    Moravian College's Dean Scholar Application.  Students apply directly to the college.  Application's are due by 5/15.  Student must request counselor to send waiver form and transcript.

    Lehigh University High School Scholars Application.  The deadline for submission is Friday, May 6 by 5:00pm. All completed applications should be sent by the student to inhss@lehigh.edu. Late applications are not accepted. The student must request their counselor to submit their transcript.  The selection committee will identify up to 3 students per high school to participate in the program.

    2) Dual Enrollment at Northampton County Community College, PSU Lehigh Valley and DeSales University.

    Students may attend college classes at any of these schools.  Students are responsible for the tuition.  Dual enrollment registration is done on-line through their website.

    Students must complete the Transcript Request form for the counselor to send the transcript to the college.  When accepted, students must bring in their course registration and meet with their counselor to determine how it will fit into their schedule.  

    For both option 1 and 2:

    Students are responsible for their own transportation.

    Students will receive high school credit but it will not be included in their GPA or class rank.  The college course does not count toward high school graduation requirements.

    It is the student’s responsibility to explore the transferability of these credits to the college they will be attending.