Get a jump-start on college—think Cecil College in your high school years.
As you're scheduling your classes, include Cecil College in your plan. Opportunities are available to give you a jump-start on a college education through Cecil College in your high school, on our campus, or online.
Opportunities for High School Students
Cecil College offers courses on-site at local high schools during the regular school day to students age 16 and older. Cecil College offers a College-Bound Scholarship for these courses.
Gifted and Talented Program
Students under age 16, who have completed 7th grade or the equivalent and are designated as gifted and talented, may enroll in Cecil credit courses. Cecil courses taken are not available at the high schools.
Qualified students age 16 or older may enroll in Cecil College courses concurrent with their high school studies. Cecil College offers a College-Bound Scholarship for these courses.
High school students have the opportunity to satisfy secondary school requirements while also receiving Cecil College credit. This requires prior approval from both the student’s high school and Cecil College. Our College-Bound Scholarship is available for these courses.
High School students may waive all or part of their senior year, enroll in courses at Cecil College, and still graduate with their high school class. Cecil College offers a College-Bound Scholarship for these courses.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Program
Students enrolled in the STEM program of Cecil County Public Schools (CCPS) may enroll in designated courses at Cecil College during their junior and/or senior year of high school. Eligible students receive a waiver for two-thirds of the in-county tuition rate in effect for the semester.
Other available options include summer courses and Early College Academy.
How to Apply
Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
It’s never too early to start saving to help pay for a college education. Learn more about Cecil College’s financial aid services and our scholarship resources that can help support your need to be successful.