Attend College While Still in High School: Manor College Offers Special Summer Program

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Manor College has just rolled out their new summer program, College 101, designed to give current high school students, ages 16+, the opportunity to become Blue Jay Scholars. 

Blue Jay Scholars will have the chance to experience college courses facilitated by college faculty during the summer months.

These advantages will empower these students with academic skills and knowledge, and the course credits they earn will help them make a smooth transition into their college careers. 

College 101 provides a college perspective and preparation unmatched elsewhere in these students’ high school years.

“I took a College 101 class last Summer because I know that time is money and I want to use my time as efficiently as possible. Being able to take a college class for such a great price was a no-brainer, all high school students should do it!” says Madalyn, 2020 Blue Jay Scholar

If you are a high school student, or know one who is, he or she can now get a jump start on their futures this summer at Manor College.

Classes are only $100 per credit, and high school students will have the opportunity to take courses such as Introduction to Business, Human Nutrition Science, Macroeconomics and Chemistry.

All that to begin your college career while still in high school.

Become a Blue Jay Scholar in College 101 and take college online courses this summer. 

Read more about Manor College Summer Program for high school students here.

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