Concurrent Enrollment courses focus on skills specific for the college course curriculum using the college syllabus and college level textbooks. Students receive a grade and actual college credit for the work performed throughout the entire course culminating with a college transcript reflecting their completed course and final grade. Success is based on a variety of assessments throughout the semester and not solely upon one test. Students must send an official Suffolk transcript to their attending college or university of choice for the credits to be considered for transferability. Acceptance of credit for college level coursework is under the domain of the individual receiving college or university.
Advanced Placement classes prepare students to pass the AP exam. Credit is awarded solely on the student's performance on one exam. Students must have their scores sent to their attending college or university of choice for the credits to be considered for transferability.
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