Earn College Credits in HS

St. Mary’s students in 11-12 grades have the option of earning college credits while enrolled at St. Mary's in courses taught at St. Mary’s, Storm Lake Community School, or online.  Students may have to take placement tests to apply for college level courses, additional fees may be assessed for students enrolled in college credit courses. Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Smith, can answer specific questions regarding college credit courses.

Grading Concurrent College Courses:

Concurrent College Credit Courses will be given a weighted grade scale of .5 on the 4.0 scale beginning the 2017-18 school year. If the course is taught at SLHS, online, or on ICCC’s campus the grade will be posted on student transcript the same as it is posted from the credit awarding school’s transcript.

  1. If the concurrent credit class is taught in the St. Mary’s building they will award + and – grades on high school transcripts. A straight letter grade will be posted on the ICCC transcript.
  2. If the college course is taught at SLHS, through or at ICCC, the grade will be posted on school transcripts based on what is reported from that school.  
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