Yes, you can still take some college classes at a community college and get credit. You just have to check with the college, and find out what their policy is, and all the things you'll need to pay for; for taking their classes.
Absolutely! You can also take AP exams which will be good for college credit if you acheive a high enough score. Good luck!
Yeah, you can go to a community college, and take some courses, and jobs won't even look at where you took highschool as long as you have some college under you.
Of course. Depending on the community college's policy, you may not even have to pay tuition because you are a concurrent student. I take classes at the community college here and only have to pay for books. Also, your classes count for both college and high school credit. One semester at the college counts for a whole year in high school. It's a great way to rack up credits and get a taste of the college life.
yes you can but you need to fill out the application to the community college and have your home school fill out the portion that refers to them...(your home school depends on where you live)...your homeschool fills out the paperwork even if you've never attended
You have to qualify as a "Junior" to take any core subjects.
To take Non_Core subjects, just go sit the placement test.
Hope this helps.
You will need to check to be sure. It is a community college so I'm pretty sure you could handle it academically but check the course syllabus and talk with the prof befoe jumping in to be sure that you will be able to keep up.
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