Post Secondary Enrollment Option

The Post Secondary Enrollment Options program (PSEO) is a collaboration between the college, school district and families that offers three educational options for qualified students:

  1. Option A-Students receive college credit only and the family is responsible for all costs.
  2. Option B-Students enroll in college courses and receive college and high school credit simultaneously. The school district pays for tuition, fees and books.
  3. Selfpay-Students who do not meet program requirements or deadlines for Options A or B may enroll in courses and receive high school credit/and or college credit with school approval.

ACPA encourages juniors to consider this option for senior year. Students must have 2.7 accumulative GPA at the end of eleventh grade to participate. A mandatory meeting is held every year in February for interested students and parents.