College in the Schools High School Counselors, Staff, and Administrators
Our Concurrent Enrollment (CE) and Honors Online (HOL) programs are an excellent way to help your students achieve academic success. For more details, view our program overview. If you are interested in partnering with us in one or both of these programs, please contact Jenna Trenberth at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-733-5922.
Current High School Partners
Featured below are the forms and links that you will need for your CE and HOL programs.
College in the Schools (Concurrent Enrollment)
College in the Schools High School Partners Handbook 2018-2019
College in the Schools High School Student Handbook 2018-2019
CITS Calendar 2018-2019
CITS Calendar 2017-2018
CITS Registration Form Shortened link: www.lsc.edu/citsreg
CITS Accuplacer Reading Waiver (also available as a fillable form)
CITS Accuplacer Math Waiver (also available as a fillable form)
Note: After the migration to the Next Generation Accuplacer tests, we will not offer waivers unless faculty approve the continuation and decide a new cut score. We will continue to use waivers until the move to NextGen.
9th & 10th Grade Exception Form (also available as a fillable form)
Honors Online Information and Process
Honors Online Calendar 2018-2019
HOL Registration Form (also available as a fillable form)
Honors Online Course Options Spring 2019
HOL Book Ordering Instructions
Accuplacer Testing Tips and Requirements
Accuplacer Program Manual: Beginning on page 18, view the skills and knowledge assessed in each Accuplacer test.
Accuplacer Practice Tests: Choose Classic Accuplacer Sample Questions and use Reading, Elementary Algebra, and College Level Math tests
Accuplacer Next Generation Information: All schools must move to the Next Generation tests by January 2020. Read more about these tests here.
The following ACT scores may be substituted for Accuplacer scores:
- Reading– 21
- Math– 22
The following MCA scores may be substituted for Accuplacer scores:
- Reading–1047 (only substitutes for some courses, contact CITS Coordinator for more information)
- Math– 1158 (1148 for General Statistics I)
Transcripts and Transferability
Each summer, Lake Superior College sends College in the Schools students an unofficial transcript. Students can order an official transcript by following the directions on our transcript request page. In the request form, students should use their student ID (also called a tech ID), which is listed on all LSC class rosters.
To search how any LSC course will transfer to another institution (or vice-versa), visit Transferology. Transferology is a nation-wide network that is not associated with Lake Superior College, and the site is designed to help students (or counselors!) explore college transfer options. To verify LSC credits will transfer to another institution, students should contact them directly as the receiving institution determines transferability of credits.
High School Partnerships Overview Flyer–CITS, HOL, Articulation
High School Partnerships FAQ Flyer for Students and Parents
Lake Superior College CITS Current Course Offerings, Descriptions, and Pre-requisites
Note: LSC will partner on most courses listed in our course catalog as long as high school students could meet the pre-requisites. Contact the CITS Coordinator with questions or course proposals.
College in the Schools Coordinator
Sherry Sanchez Tibbetts
Director of Admissions