Concurrent Enrollment for 12th Graders

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The Gratz College Concurrent Enrollment Program allows seniors in high school to enroll in college courses for credit prior to high school graduation. This program is in partnership with the Gratz Jewish Community High School. Credits earned through Concurrent Enrollment can be transferred to other colleges or universities.

There are many benefits of Concurrent Enrollment:

Concurrent Enrollment courses available at Gratz College

  • Students transition from high school to college easily.
  • Students can get a taste of what college is like without being completely overwhelmed by a whole new environment.
  • Students establish relationships with college professors in a relaxed and supportive environment. 
  • Teachers are flexible with high school students’ schedules.
  • Students learn while in high school how to manage the expectations of a college course.
  • Provides high school students an opportunity to take classes that interest them.
  • Classes offer a chance for students who do not take AP or IB classes to demonstrate a more rigorous course-load on their transcripts.
  • Students accumulate credits prior to entering college so they will be able to graduate from college early or on time.

Additional Information:

All JCHS students may request that their JCHS (high school) transcript be sent to colleges in support of college applications.  Any student who completes a JCHS/ Gratz College Concurrent Enrollment course may request a Gratz College transcript to be sent.  Information about these procedures is available by contacting the office of student records at


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