College Credit

Students may elect to earn college credit while in high school through the following methods:

Early Admission

Students may attend FMCC either part time or full time to earn college credit while enrolled at Gloversville High School. All academic courses successfully completed at the college will be designated Honors courses and may be used for graduation credit at Gloversville High School. Tuition, fees, and traveling expenses are the responsibility of the student. Some financial aid is available.

The University in the High School Program, available through the State University of New York at Albany, provides college credit through courses in foreign language, Art, and English. The courses are taught at Gloversville High School by each department’s staff. Course fees are required to receive college credit. Limited financial aid is available.

Syracuse University Project Advance provides college credit through courses in mathematics and social studies. The courses are taught at Gloversville High School by each department’s staff. Course fees are required to receive college credit. Limited financial aid is available.

Project Lead the Way (Pre Engineering Program)

Program courses available for college credits through Rochester Institute of Technology. Course fees and successful completion of a final exam are required to receive course credit. Limited financial aid is available.

Fulton Montgomery Community College, provides college credit through mathematics and business.  These courses are taught at Gloversville High School by department staff. Course fees are required to receive college credit. Limited financial aid is available.

Delhi Articulation Program

Gloversville High School’s Technology Department has an articulation agreement with the State University of New York, College of Technology at Delhi whereby students in the Computer Aided Drafting program can receive up to six college credits. To receive this credit, students must receive 80% or better in the CAD courses at GHS.

Advanced Placement (AP)

AP is a program of college-level courses and exams that give high school students the opportunity to receive advanced placement and/or credit in college. The following AP courses are taught at GHS: Biology, U.S. History, Chemistry, Physics, and Psychology. (Statistics is sometimes offered through Distance Learning. In addition to formal AP courses, students may challenge AP exams in other subject areas such as foreign language, computer science, music theory, English language, English literature, and art. Each college decides which AP exam grades it will accept for credit and/or advanced placement. Most institutions accept grades of 3 and above.

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