High school students in select schools can take college courses for academic credit while completing their high school studies through dual enrollment programs operated by the university.
These programs bridge the knowledge gap between high school and college, and help high school students hone their critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Students receive grades and academic credit from their high schools and from St. Bonaventure, which allows them to accumulate college credits before they graduate from high school. Some earn enough credits to significantly reduce the time and cost required to earn a college degree.
Dual Enrollment Program at Pine Grove Educational Center
High school juniors and seniors in Warren County (Pa.) School District attend classes at Pine Grove Educational Center in Warren, Pa. The courses are taught by St. Bonaventure professors.
Learn more about Dual Enrollment at Pine Grove
Dual Enrollment Program at Olean High School
Students at Olean High School may take two St. Bonaventure courses, Introduction to Biotechnology, and American Politics, without leaving school. The courses are taught by Olean High teachers, with training and materials provided by St. Bonaventure professors.
Learn more about Dual Enrollment at Olean High School
Dual Enrollment Program for Portville & Scio Students
Students at Portville and Scio high schools can earn high school and college credit by taking two St. Bonaventure University computer science courses, without leaving their home schools.
Learn more about Portville/Scio Dual Enrollment Courses
Dual Enrollment Program at Cattaraugus-Little Valley High School
Students at Cattaraugus-Little Valley can earn high school and college credits by taking a St. Bonaventure University computer science course at their school.
Learn more about the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Dual Enrollment Courses