The College Credit in High School program has seen a 25 percent increase in high school students enrolled (1,352) for the 2016-17 school year. These courses are taught in high schools by UW-Green Bay approved adjunct instructors. UW-Green Bay faculty members serve as faculty liaisons for these high school teachers to provide curricular support and evaluation. The growth in enrollment is due to new partnerships with Bay Port, De Pere, Lancaster, Hortonville, Oregon, Mukwonago and Albany high schools. Students have the opportunity to earn credits for courses in the areas of Modern Languages, Business Administration, English, Psychology, Communications, Engineering Technology, Education, Sociology, Human Biology, Chemistry and First Nations Studies. The College Credit in High School program is part of the Division of Continuing Education and Community Outreach and directed by Meagan Strehlow, Director of Education Outreach.
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