College in High School Program

The College in High School Program is sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh and Seton Hill University. This program allows students to earn college credits and a transcript from the University of Pittsburgh and/or Seton Hill University while taking classes in the Norwin High School. The College in High School classes have a minimal tuition fee which is payable to the respective university. University refund and withdraw policies apply to these courses. Listed are the University of Pittsburgh and Seton Hill University College in High School Classes offered at Norwin High School.

 

University of Pittsburgh

Argument Rhetoric and Communication (3 credits)

Basic Applied Statistics (4 credits)

Computer Science Intermediate Programming Using Java (4 credits)

Intermediate College French I (3 credits)

Web Site Design and Development (4 credits)

 

Seton Hill University

General Biology and Laboratory (4 credits)

General Chemistry and Laboratory (4 credits)

Calculus with Analytic Geometry (4 credits)

Calculus 2 with Analytic Geometry (4 credits)

Calculus 3 with Analytic Geometry (4 credits)

Pre-Calculus (3 credits)

Basic Composition (3 credits)

Elementary Spanish and Culture (3 credits)

Introduction to American History (3 credits)

Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)

Principles of Accounting I (3 credits)

 
Upon successful completion of the Norwin course the partnering university will issue a transcript to the student.  When the student is ready to transfer the credits earned through the College in High School program he/she will need to request that an official transcript be sent from the institution that issued the credit to institution at which the student is enrolled.  All transcript procedures, timelines and fees are established by the institution that issued the credits.
 

Seton Hill Registration Form can be accessed by clicking here.

Seton Hill transcripts can be requested by clicking here.
 
University of Pittsburgh transcripts can be requested by clicking here.
 
To review the course description, click here for the Course of Studies booklet.
 
 
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