Students Earn College Credits at Paul VI
Dual Credit through the High School Plus Program
College credit from Camden County College may be earned for college level work completed during the school day. This college credit is transferable to many four year institutions. The following courses may be eligible for dual credit: AP Chemistry, AP Statistics, AP US History II, AP European History, AP Computer Science A, Calculus, AP Psychology, AP Language and Composition and all level III, IV and AP language courses.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES
Advanced Placement courses give the students the ability to take college courses while in high school. The College Board Advanced Placement exam is a requirement in all AP courses. Students wishing to take an Advanced Placement course must complete an application and receive department approval.
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PEER LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
Weekly forum facilitated by specially selected and continuously trained peer leaders. Small groups of freshmen meet with assigned peer leaders to discuss topics beginning with adjustment to high school life, peer pressure, friendship concerns and other similar issues. The peer leaders meet with a teacher four class periods each week to prepare lessons and follow up on the discussion oriented presentations. Both the freshmen and the peer leaders benefit from the exchange.