COLLEGE OF ST. MARY
College of St. Mary Dual Credit Classes are designed to provide high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to earn college credit through courses offered at Gross Catholic and taught by Gross Catholic faculty within guidelines provided by the College of St. Mary.
- Advanced Placement English 4  - This senior level class covers an in-depth study of British literature. College credit may be earned by satisfactory completion of the course, completion of the College of St. Mary registration, and submission of full payment at the time of registration.
- Introduction to Education  - Provides students with a basic introduction to educational theories and practices at the elementary and secondary levels. Course will include a practicum at St. Bernadette Elementary School. College credit may be earned by satisfactory completion of the course, completion of the College of St. Mary registration, and submission of payment at the time of registration.
METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Metropolitan Community College Dual Credit Classes are designed to provide high school juniors and seniors with opportunities to explore career fields. The program consists of a combination of college-level courses taken on the Metropolitan Community College campus and on-the-job work experience.
- Automotive Technology - Students will explore several areas of the automotive repair field including electricity, brake systems and suspensions while earning a Specialist Diploma. (2 year program; juniors preferred; must be 17 before June 1, 2012)
- Welding Technology - Students will develop marketable welding skills in Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) and cutting techniques while earning a Specialist Diploma. (2 year program)
- Electrical Technology - The Electrical Technology program focuses on an introduction to electrical theory as well as hands-on experience in installation and circuitry standards including home wiring and safety. (2 year program)
- Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) - In completing this program, students will earn state recognized certification to work in the health field. A criminal background check will be conducted if you are accepted into this program. (1 year program)
- Emergency Management Technician (EMT) - Seniors only This program prepares students as "first responders" to emergency situations. In order to participate, a student must be 18 years of age or older at the time of the certification test administered in May. (1 year program)
- Introduction to the Trades/Manufacturing/Internship - Students are introduced to the Manufacturing Trades through experience. This is an Internship to the manufacturing trades to prepare students to enter at the basic level. This includes classes on safety, hand and power tools, measurement and obtaining familiarity with industrial equipment. (1 year program).
- Home Maintenance/Repair - In this course, students will gain the knowledge to troubleshoot and fix the common electrical, plumbing, and carpentry problems that all homes have at some time. (1 year program)
More information about dual credit courses can be found in the Curriculum Guide.