Dual Enrollment Classes

Dual enrollment classes offer students the opportunity to earn college credit at the same time they are earning high school credit. Timothy Christian School is partnering with Seton Hall University through Project Acceleration where students will be able to graduate from high school having up to 33 college credits already earned!

What is Project Acceleration?

Project Acceleration is a dual enrollment program with Seton Hall University which enables students to begin the challenge of taking college courses while in high school.

How much does Project Acceleration cost?

Each college credit costs $100 through Project Acceleration, paid to Seton Hall University (SHU).

What courses are included in Project Acceleration?

Under Project Acceleration, 15 high school courses offered at TCS have been approved to receive college credits through Seton Hall. TCS high school students have the opportunity to graduate high school and enter college with up to 43 college credits already earned!

Course Credits
AP® Computer Science Principles 3
AP® Computer Science A 3
American Literature 3
AP® English Literature and Composition 3
AP® English Language and Composition 3
AP® Biology 4
Honors Anatomy and Physiology 4
Honors Physics 4
AP® Chemistry 4
AP® Statistics 3
AP® Calculus 3
Honors Pre-calculus 3
College Mathematics 3
Senior Bible 3
Spanish 4 6

 

Can I save on college tuition with this program?

 

Potential Cost to TCS Student (for up to 43 credits) Potential College Credit Hours Earned Potential Savings on University Tuition and Fees
$100 x 33 = $3300 33 $1000* x 33 – $3300 = $29,700

*Average undergraduate credit cost

What are the differences between a Project Acceleration and an Advanced Placement course?
Project Acceleration Advanced Placement®
Learning
  1. Concept-driven
  2. Course terminates in June (10 months)
  1. Test-driven
  2. Early May test date (8 months)
Credits Credits granted with a B or above earned in class Credits granted with an AP exam score of  4, or 5
Which colleges accept Seton Hall credit?
Where can I get additional information on dual credit and Advanced Placement courses?

For any questions or more information, please call Mr. Doug MacMillan (Guidance Counselor) at  732-985-0300 ext. 611,  or email  at dmacmillan@timothychristian.org