Interested in taking classes at AACC, but need a ride? A bus now runs from Glen Burnie High School to AACC daily and you can register for fall classes through the AACC’s Early College Access Program (formerly known as JumpStart). If your high school day ends early, then why not get started on your college degree and save 50 percent off tuition!
As you plan coursework for your senior year, consider getting a jump start on your college courses by knocking out a general education credit or perhaps exploring a course in your desired field. You’ll save 50 percent on tuition and get your feet wet on what college courses are like. Remember though, that your grade is part of your college transcript, so choose wisely and apply yourself!
Glen Burnie High School students attending the Center for Applied Technology-North (CAT-North) can earn college credits by enrolling in selected Career Technology Education (CTE) programs. Just maintain a “C” or better grade in your CTE program, then earn a C or better on the AACC proficiency assessment(s), administered by an AACC professor right there at CAT-North. (See CAT-North for details.)