Penn College NOW
Montgomery Area High School
Penn College NOW is a dual enrollment program which allows students to take college courses while in high school. The courses are taught at the high school or career and technology center by Penn College approved high school instructors. The courses follow the college syllabus and require college approved textbooks.
To enroll in a Penn College NOW course, the student must pass the Penn College reading placement test which will be administered at your school. Courses also require that students meet any pre- or co-requisites required for the individual course.
Beginning Fall 2014, the tuition for Penn College NOW is free.
Generally, 11th and 12th grade students are eligible to participate in the program. A limited number of classes are available to 10th grade students or limited to seniors only.
Penn College NOW credits and course grades will appear on a Penn College transcript and may be applied toward specific Penn College degrees or transferred to other postsecondary institutions. The extent to which the credits will transfer to another college or university is at the discretion of that college or university.
For more information about Penn College NOW courses at your school, contact:
- Director of Curriculum & Instruction - Linda Gutkowski
570-547-1608 - Ext. 113
Interested in attending Penn College after high school?
Visit our Admissions website.
Courses Offered: 2014 - 2015
|BCT103**||1||Construction Hand and Power Tools|
|CAD120||3||AutoCAD - Comprehensive|
|CSC124**||3||Information, Technology, and Society|
|PPT115**||2||The Plastics Industry|
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** Approved by Penn College for 10th grade students
Penn College NOW is partially funded by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-270) through the Pennsylvania Department of Education, by the generous support of Pennsylvania companies through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program managed by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and by Pennsylvania College of Technology.