CCBC to Host Program for High School Students
Sophomores and juniors can learn more on Dec. 12 at the school in Catonsville.
The Commnunity College of Baltimore County, including the Catonsville campus, is going to have programs available for high school students interested in taking classes.
High school sophomores, juniors and parents can find out information about the Parallel Enrollment Program (PEP) during some upcoming information sessions at the school, according to a CCBC news release.
This will allow high school students to get college credits that they can use after high school.
There will be one program at the Catonsville campus on Dec. 12, starting at 6 p.m. in Building H, Room 308, it states.
These meetings are going to explain the details of the PEP program.
For those interested in going to similar CCBC meetings at other campuses, CCBC Dundalk is going to have one on Dec. 6 in Building A, Room 107 that night.
Those interested can sign up on line at www.ccbcmd.edu/infosessions or call 443-840-1377.