College Classes Taught at High Schools
College in High School (also known as Dual Enrollment) courses are taught in your high school, by high school faculty, but for college credit!
Westmoreland has College in the High School agreements with the following high schools:
- Apollo Ridge
- Belle Vernon
- Derry Area
- Franklin Regional
- Greater Latrobe
- Laurel Highlands
- Ligonier Valley
- Mt. Pleasant
Eligibility is determined by your high school offerings and is dependent upon your high school schedule. Learn more about College Now! eligibility here.
Scholarships are available. If you would like to apply, please complete the form (coming soon) and you will be contacted regarding your status.
Student Next Steps
- Work with your counselor and/or teachers to select high school courses approved for College in the High School at Westmoreland.
- Complete the Westmoreland online application for admission.
- Work with your Westmoreland representative or complete the enrollment form corresponding with your high school (spring 2019 forms are coming soon).
- Watch your email closely for admissions confirmation and payment portal information.
Parent Next Steps
- Help your child create an account and apply for admission.
- Complete the Parent Proxy form prior to the scheduled day your Westmoreland representative is at your high school or help your child complete the proper Enrollment Form corresponding with your high school.
- Ensure the high school counselor has been informed that a College Now! Permission Form - College in the HS is needed to complete your child’s file.
- Await an email from Westmoreland with instructions on accessing the MyWestmoreland Portal to provide payment of tuition and fees. Scholarships are available. Check the CollegeNOW! Eligibility page for more details and to access the scholarship form.
**Classes may have different start and end dates than classes taught at Westmoreland. Enrollment dates established for classes taught at the high school are set by Westmoreland and may have different add, drop, and withdrawal dates than the high school. Students enrolled in classes taught at the high school will follow school hours, breaks and class cancellation policies of the high school. The policies and procedures of the individual high school system apply regarding student conduct.