CSU Courses Now Available to St. Anne-Pacelli Students
COLUMBUS, Ga. --- Columbus State University has partnered with St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School to expand its Move on When Ready dual enrollment program so more local students can earn college credit while working on their high school diplomas.
"Expanding St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School's dual enrollment program gives our students a head start on the future," said Veronica "Ronie" Collins, St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School president and high school principal. "We are thrilled to welcome CSU as a partner in education.”
St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School will begin offering CSU courses this academic year with hopes of increasing future offerings. Dual enrollment students can earn more than half of their first-year college credits before high school graduation.
"We are really looking forward to teaching CSU courses on the St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School campus and to this great partnership,” said Tom Hackett, executive director of K12/university partnerships at CSU.
Move On When Ready is a state-supported program for students at eligible high schools that wish to take college level coursework for credit towards both high school and college graduation requirements. For more about Columbus State’s participation in the program, visit https://admissions.columbusstate.edu/moveonwhenready/index.php.