KRHS Dual Credit

      • Kingsway Regional High School
        Dual Credit Opportunity

        Kingsway Regional High School supports opportunities for our students to earn college credits while still attending high school. Students can register for a college course while simultaneously taking the high school equivalent course. Successfully completing the Kingsway course would result in a student earning both Kingsway credit and college credit. These college credits transfer to various colleges and universities saving students both time and money. We are proud of the partnerships we have developed that support students' post-secondary goals. Should you have any questions regarding these opportunities, please ask your school counselor.    

         

        CollegeBoard
        AP

        CCC
        Dual Credit

        RCSJ
        HSOP

        Rowan
        University
        Dual Credit

        Stockton
        University
        Dual Credit

        Delaware
        Valley
        Dual Credit

        Cost

        $98/per exam

        $150/course

        $75/credit

        $150/credit

        $100

        0

        # of Courses

        24

        22

        60

        4

        2

        1

        Location

        KRHS

        KRHS

        RCSJ

        KRHS

        KRHS

        KRHS

        Registration Window

        October-November

        January-February

        February-Summer Session

        January

        October-December

         

        Credit Earned

        3 or higher on Exam

        B or higher on
        KRHS course

        Pass RCSJ course

        C or higher on
        KRHS course

        C or Higher

        B or higher

        Credit housed

        CollegeBoard

        CCC

        RCSJ

        Rowan

        Stockton

        Delaware Valley

         

      Camden County College

      • Camden County College High School Plus – Kingsway

        Camden County College HS Plus (Dual Credit) is designed to accelerate student achievement by awarding college credits for college-level work completed while in High School. The program offers freshman-level college courses.  It should be understood that no college, including Camden County College, can absolutely guarantee the transferability of its credits to another institution. Ultimately, transferability is up to each institution from which the student is seeking credit and any questions should be directed to that institution.  

        CCC Dual Credit Classes

         

        Kingsway Course

         

        Kingsway Teacher(s)

          

        CCC

        Course #

         

        CCC Course Title

          

        CCC

        Credits

         

        Min Grade for

        Credits

         

        Anatomy & Physiology

         

        Karen Vargas

         

        GIO 103-DD

         

        Human Biology

         

        3

         

        B

         

        AP Biology

         

        Jen Stark

         

        BIO 111-DD

         

        Biology I - Science

         

        4

        B & 3 AP

        Exams

         

        AP Chemistry

         

        Bradley Bailey

         

        CHM 111-DD

         

        Chemistry I Science

         

        4

         

        B

        AP Language & Composition

        Emily Wescott

        Harleen Badechha

         

        ENG 101-DD

         

        English Comp I

         

        3

         

        B

        AP Literature & Composition

         Sean Bell

         Donna Carpenter

         

        ENG 121-DD

         

        Introduction of Literature

         

        3

         

        B

         

        French 3

         

        Nancy Kocis

         

        FRE 101-DD

         

        Elementary French I

         

        3

         

        B

         

        French 4

         

        Nancy Kocis

         

        FRE 102-DD

         

        Elementary French II

         

        3

         

        B

         

        French 5 (AP)

         

        Nancy Kocis

         

        FRE 201-DD

         

        Intermediate French I

         

        3

         

        B

         

        AP World History

         

        Sean Dunn

         

        HIS 102-DD

         

        World Civilization II

         

        3

         

        C

         

        AP US History II

         

        Edward Moody

         

        HIS 122-DD

         

        US History II

         

        3

         

        C

         

        US History II Honors

         Aaron Crispin

         David Laverty

         Kristian Ward

         

        HIS 122-DD

         

        US History II

         

        3

         

        C

         

        Italian 3

         

        Andrew Raker

         

        ITA 101-DD

         

        Elementary Italian I

         

        3

         

        B

         

        Italian 4

         

        Andrew Raker

         

        ITA 102-DD

         

        Elementary Italian II

         

        3

         

        B

         

        Italian 5 (AP)

         

        Andrew Raker

         

        ITA 201-DD

         

        Intermediate Italian I

         

        3

         

        B

        AP US Government & Politics

         

        Kristian Ward

         

        POL 103-DD

         

        American Federal Gov't

         

        3

         

        C

         

        AP Psychology

         

        Michael Coller

         

        PSY 101-DD

         

        Basic Psychology

         

        3

         

        C

          

        Spanish 3

         

        Olga Perez

          

        SPA 101-DD

         Elementary     Spanish I

         3

         

                 B

         

        Spanish 4

         

        Katy Kelly

         

        SPA 102-DD

         

        Elementary Spanish II

         

        3

         

        B

         

        Spanish 5 (AP)

         

        Patricia Villarreal

         

        SPA 201-DD

         

        Intermediate Spanish I

         

        3

         

        B

         

        AP Physics 1

         

        Kurt DeWoody

         

        PHY 101-DD

         

        Physics I

         

        4

         

        C

         

        AP Physics 2

         

        Kurt DeWoody

         

        PHY 102-DD

         

        Physics II

         

        4

         

        C

      Rowan University

      • Rowan University Dual Credit Option

        Rowan will offer high school students the opportunity to take select courses.  Students must receive a grade "C" or better in their Kingsway Regional School District classes in order to receive Rowan University college credit.  If a student receives less than a "C", students will receive a withdrawal "W" from the course.  It is understood that Rowan University cannot guarantee the transferability of credits to other institutions.  Students will be charged at the current CAP (College Acceleration Program) rate of $150 per credit for tuition, processing, and administration of college credit.

         

        KINGSWAY REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT COURSE

        ROWAN UNIVERSITY EQUIVALENT

        COURSE # with link

        410H Honors Anatomy & Physiology

        410NW College Prep Anatomy & Physiology

        BIOL 10212 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits)

        BIOL10212

        411AP  AP Biology

        BIOL 01100 Biology (4 credits)  Scientific Literacy

        BIOL01100

         

        416AP  AP Environmental Science

        BIOL 01112  General Biology;  Environmental Focus (4 credits)

        BIOL01112 

         

        415H Honors Veterinary Science

        BIOL 01069 Biology 100-200 Level Major Elective (4 credits)

         

         

      Stockton University

      • STOCKTON UNIVERSITY DUAL CREDIT

        Stockton University Dual Credit will enhance the skills required to be successful at the collegiate level; such as time management, critical thinking, problem solving, study skills, communication, creativity, and following directions.  You will challenge yourself by taking accelerated college-level courses that demand your highest level of performance, while gaining confidence that you’re prepared for college.  In addition, you will save time and money by entering college with completed credits, possibly shortening the time it takes to graduate.   So, get a jump-start on college and save money. Earn college credits and complete high school course requirements simultaneously!  Students participating in the program get a reduced tuition rate of $100 per credit ($400/each four-credit course) with all additional fees waived.

         

        Term

        Course

        #

        Title

        HS Course

        Bldg

        Course #

        Instructor

        FA23-SP24

        GSS

        2240

        The Holocaust

        Holocaust & Genocide

        KWH

        Z00412810

        Ward, Kristian

        FA23-SP24

        HLTH

        1101

        Intro to Health Sciences

        Intro to Health Sciences

        KWH

        Y

        Mattson, Meghan