- High School Students
High School Students
Montgomery College offers several programs for high school students, including the opportunity to take college-level classes and even earn an associate's degree while still in high school.
Check out the information below on Dual Enrollment, Early College and Middle College Programs, Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES), and Noncredit Programs.
Students may enroll in college courses while still attending high school, providing an educational experience beyond what is available at the secondary level.
Students will complete their 11th and 12th grade years of high school while simultaneously completing their first two years of college. Early College students attend college classes at an MC campus. Middle College students attend college classes at their high school, then transition to an MC campus.
Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES) is a collaborative effort between Montgomery College, Montgomery County Public Schools, and the Universities at Shady Grove to support students and provide a seamless path to a bachelor's degree.
What else does MC offer for teens? Year-round classes like driver's ed, SAT/ACT prep classes, interactive classroom programs, and hundreds of online noncredit classes.
Find out out all the steps you need to follow to become an MC student after graduating from high school, and meet our high school recruitment team.