Longwood High School

AP Testing, Farmingdale UHS, SCCC BEACON, St. Josephs College Bridge , Stony Brook University ACE

Academies of Longwood High School

The mission of The Academies of Longwood High School is to empower students to be the authors, navigators, and implementers of their personal college and career plan, by raising students’ motivation and providing focus to the program of study that reflects their talents, aspirations and interests.

Dual enrollment courses:

Through partnerships with local colleges and universities, Longwood School District is able to offer dual credit programs that enable students to be enrolled in their high school and a college program at the same time. Students must meet any requirements specified by their school and partner institution in order to be eligible for dual enrollment. Qualified students may enroll in select dual credit classes at participating institutions while maintaining their high school status. Dual enrolled students can then apply their earned credits to fulfill both high school graduation requirements and postsecondary degree requirements, getting a jump-start on earning a degree while earning their diploma.

Dual Enrollment Courses


CTE

Course Institution Number of Credits

  • Business Analysis “Virtual Enterprise” SUNY Farmingdale 3

  • Principles of Marketing SUNY Farmingdale 3

  • College Accounting SUNY Farmingdale 3

  • Commercial Law SUNY Farmingdale 3

  • Intro to Microsoft Computer Applications SUNY Farmingdale 6

  • Autos Service Technology Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • Principles of Engineering SUNY Farmingdale 3

  • Network Fundamentals I Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • Network Fundamentals II Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3


English

Course Institution Number of Credits

  • Developmental Writing/Advanced Writing Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3


Social Studies

Course Institution Number of Credits

  • AP US History/ Foundations of American Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • AP US History/Modern American Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • AP European Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • AP ECONOMICS Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • AP PSYCHOLOGY  Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3



Math

Course Institution Number of Credits

  • AP CALCULUS AB Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4

  • PRE-CALCULUS HONORS Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4

  • PRE-CALCULUS  Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4

  • CALCULUS  Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4

  • AP STATISTICS Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3


Science

Course Institution Number of Credits

  • AP Chemistry Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4

  • AP Environmental Sci. Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4

  • AP Physics Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 4


World Languages

Longwood Course Institution Number of Credits

  • French 4 Honors SUNY Stony Brook 4

  • AP French Lang. & Culture SUNY Stony Brook 3

  • Italian 4 Honors SUNY Stony Brook 4

  • AP Italian Lang. & Culture SUNY Stony Brook 3

  • Spanish 4 SUNY Stony Brook 4

  • Spanish 4 Honors (11) SUNY Stony Brook 4

  • Heritage Spanish SUNY Stony Brook 4

  • Spanish 5 (5) SUNY Stony Brook 3

  • AP Spanish Lang. & Culture SUNY Stony Brook 3

  • AP Spanish Lit. & Culture SUNY Stony Brook 3


Music

Longwood Course Institution Number of Credits

  • AP Music Theory II Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 3

  • AP Aural Skills I Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 2

  • AP Piano I Suffolk CCC Excelsior Program 2


College Board AP Testing

Universities around the world recognize AP when making admission decisions, course requisites, and awarding university credit.

Qualifying AP Exam scores earn university credit in nearly all universities in the United States and Canada and are recognized in 60 other countries worldwide. Scores of 3 or 4 on AP Exams fulfill admission requirements in many universities in UK and Europe.

Each college and university determines its own policies regarding AP Exam scores.

Farmingdale UHS

Farmingdale State College helps bridge the gap between high school and college-level study through University in the High School (UHS). Academically-motivated high school juniors and seniors looking to get a head start by earning college credits can enroll in UHS.

UHS allows students to earn college credit, at reduced tuition, for a college-level course they take at their high school. These credits can be used to pursue a degree at Farmingdale or transferred to another institution. Participating in rigorous college-level work while in high school will undoubtedly contribute to your overall development and success, and may help you reach your academic goals.

SCCC BEACON

Suffolk's Beacon Program is a concurrent enrollment program that allows high school juniors and seniors to take the College courses at their high school campus during their regular school hours, while simultaneously working toward high school graduation. College credits earned through the Beacon Program can be applied toward high school graduation and accepted at the College or transferred to a multitude of other colleges and universities. Enrollment in a course offered through the Beacon Program generates an official college academic transcript for each student. Acceptance of credit for college-level course work is under the domain of the receiving colleges and universities.

The program is designed to provide curricular opportunity and enhancement of the college experience, but not its replacement. Therefore, students may enroll in no more than 30 college credits earned through the Beacon Program.

Stony Brook University ACE

Stony Brook’s Accelerated College Education

(ACE) Program provides students with the academic challenges of a college-level curriculum within the high school setting. Enrollment in ACE courses may provide future opportunities to students, such as the ability to enroll in higher-level college courses or to complete a four-year degree in a shorter amount of time.


St. Josephs Bridge Program


The College prepares each student for a life characterized by integrity, intellectual and spiritual values, social responsibility and service; a life that is worthy of our motto: Esse non videri — “To be, not to seem.”

The St. Joseph’s College Bridge Program (SJCBP) is designed to provide a quality curriculum to local high school students who are ready to participate in the rigor of college-level work. Local high schools and SJC establish partnerships to ensure the curriculum meets the criteria of academic requirements for courses within higher education. Interested students will need to register for the SCJBP through their district high school. All high schools are required to preregister through the Office of Student Academic Services at SJC.


Questions?

Please E-mail your child's guidance counselor regarding any of our dual credit offerings