Roughriders College is an exciting opportunity for Western Reserve students to earn college credit while still in high school through a partnership with Lorain County Community College. Students taking advantage of the program have the opportunity to graduate high school with both an associate degree and a high school diploma, free of charge. Students may join the program at any time, and take advantage of customized 15 and 30 hour pathways. In addition, students who successfully complete the program will automatically receive scholarship funds to finish a bachelor’s degree at Lorain County Community College through the University Partnership.
Courses offered at Western Reserve High School include:
- PSYH 151: Introduction to Psychology
- SOCY 151: Introduction to Sociology
- SPNH 251: Intermediate Spanish I
- SPNH 252: Intermediate Spanish II
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Roughriders College provides a full high school and college experience, with ongoing academic and career advising. Your College Credit Plus Academic Advisor for the Roughriders College Campus is: