College in the High School
The Enrollment Options program of the State of Minnesota has enabled high school juniors and seniors to enroll in college level courses and earn credits at no expense to the student. The CIHS Program provides a vital link between secondary schools and post-secondary institutions. The CIHS Program offers college courses through Central Lakes College. Faculty and program administrators from CLC carefully monitor the courses to ensure that the CIHS Program sections maintain standards identical to those of sections taught on the college campus. This program gives college-bound students a unique opportunity to gauge their ability to do college work in introductory freshman-level courses prior to full time college study.
Requirements to be eligible to receive college credit:
GPA Requirements: Seniors must have a 2.50 Cumulative GPA and Juniors must have a 3.00 Cumulative GPA.
College Courses Offered at the Little Falls Community High School:
|Course Number||Course Title||College Credit Value|
|1754 & 1755||College Wind Symphony||1|
|3126 & 3127||College English/Intro to Literature||3|
|3136||College Composition I||4|
|3137||College Composition II||4|
|3230 & 3231||College Algebra/College Pre-Calculus||5|
|3232 & 3233||College Calculus||5|
|3320 & 3321||College Chemistry||4|
|3324||College Environmental Biology||3|
|3330 & 3331||College Biology/Human Anatomy||3|
|3332 & 3333||College Physics||4|
|3610||College Accounting I||3|
|3623||Money Management Skills||1|
|3619||Intro to Business||3|
|1894 &1895||Spanish III||3|
|3896 & 3897||Spanish IV||4|
All of the CIHS courses offered at LFCHS are through Central Lakes College.
Transcripts and Transferring Courses to Other Colleges:
Students in CIS classes are enrolled in their local high schools and at Central Lakes College.
CIS courses are recorded on both a student's high school transcript and a CLC transcript.
Credits earned are fully transferable to any college within the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MNSCU) system, and if a class meets the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal at Central Lakes College other MNSCU Colleges must accept it as meeting the same goal at their college.
Students who wish to transfer credits to a private college or out-of-state need to check with the particular college to check on the transferability. Often these colleges will want to see course syllabi, so students should always keep a copy for this purpose.
CLC Transcripts may be obtained from CLC.