High School Information
Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment is an option for qualified high school students to take courses that satisfy requirements for earning both a high school diploma and a college degree. This option gives high school students the opportunity to receive credit for high school and college by taking courses that are taught in the high school, during the regular high school day, and taught by qualified high school teachers. For more information please visit our Dual Credit page.
Advanced Credit courses (AP) and the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) can also be used to receive college course credit. Please refer to the AP chart and CLEP chart to see the credit evaluation.
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Home-school Transcripts – (adobe format example)
- Take the SAT I or ACT ( with essay ) test late in the junior year or early in the fall of the senior year.
- Format your home-school transcript as required by the PNC Admissions Office (transcript requirements are described below). Following these requirements can result in a transcript that can be used for most any college or university to which you apply.
- Apply for admission when 6 semesters of grades and SAT I or ACT scores are available. Students may be admitted pending the senior year transcript. Depending on quality indicators, applicants may be required to take the PNC Assessment test in English, Mathematics, and writing as a part of the enrollment process.
- Student's name, address, phone number, date of birth
- For each high school grade level (grade 9, 10, 11, 12):
- The grade earned in the course
- If grade 12 courses have not been completed, please indicate all courses the student will be attempting to complete
- Grading scale used to determine grades
- Date of graduation
- (if applicable) Home school registration number obtained from the Indiana Department of Education
- Notarized signature of the home school administrator
Also please submit a photocopy of the SAT I or ACT score report received by the student. No handwritten transcripts or test scores are accepted.
Many home school students wish to enroll in college courses while completing their high school curriculum. PNC's Superior High School student program also encourages home-schooled student applications.
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Superior High School Student
Or, print out and send in the Superior High School Student Application (PDF).
Each year, Purdue University North Central has the privilege
of admitting a number of gifted area high school students
to enroll in selected courses not available on the high school
level. To qualify for admission, high school students must
have completed a minimum of four (4) semesters of high school
and meet two of the following three criteria:
(1) Rank in the upper one third of high school class
(2) Have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or greater
(on a 4.0 scale)
(3) New SAT combined score of 1500 or ACT combined score of 21.
If you think you qualify, or would like to inquire about
the program, we invite you to call the Admissions Office.
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