Regis College and Saint Joseph Preparatory High School are pleased to announce an agreement to increase accessibility to college-level courses for high school students. Through the partnership, qualified Saint Joseph Prep juniors and seniors can enroll in select courses offered by Regis for academic credit at both institutions.
“This partnership allows motivated high school students to earn college credits early and get a head start on their bachelor’s degree,” said Regis College President Antoinette Hays, PhD, RN. “Saint Joseph Prep is similar to Regis in that we both have a commitment to academic excellence, access, and opportunities for our students, which makes for a wonderful partner.”
“We are thrilled to be able to partner with Regis and offer our students enhanced opportunities to further their learning,” said SJP Co-Head of School Eugene Ward. “Most opportunities to earn college credit during high school require online learning; under this program, our students will have all the advantages of a classroom setting.”
Courses offered through the dual enrollment partnership are taught at the high school with oversight by the university. Interested students may apply for admission to a Regis College course through Saint Joseph Prep’s Office of Extended Learning.
The premier coed, Catholic, college prep school in Boston, Saint Joseph Prep provides an exceptional, accessible education marked by four key pillars: academic excellence, authentic community, meaningful engagement, and dynamic innovation. Students are prepared for success in college, career, and life, and are empowered to be visionary servant-leaders in an ever-evolving world. Saint Joseph Prep is a richly diverse, genuinely inclusive community of 280 scholars. With half of the student population coming from the City of Boston and the other half coming from over 30 surrounding cities and towns, Saint Joseph Prep serves a broad array of students and families. Focused on the whole person and respectful of the dignity of each person, Saint Joseph Prep extends this invitation to its students: See Yourself Here. Be Yourself Here.