The College in High School (CHS) Program enables North Hills’ teachers to work with local universities in a partnership to offer college-level courses. CHS courses provide high school students the opportunity to earn college credits and receive a grade on a university transcript for courses successfully completed at North Hills High School. In many cases, students may transfer these credits to other universities.
Students enrolling in the CHS program will be required to pay a nominal fee to the universities for each course. North Hills High School has concurrent enrollment agreements with Seton Hills University, Point Park University, Carlow University, CCAC, La Roche College and the University of Pittsburgh.CHS Child Growth and Development - Seton HillCHS Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management - Point Park UniversityCHS Computer Security - University of PittsburghCHS Cyber Security and the Law - University of Pittsburgh CHS 2D Game Programming - Community College of Allegheny CountyCHS Argumentation - University of Pittsburgh CHS Business Calculus - University of Pittsburgh CHS Probability and Statistics - University of PittsburghCHS Anatomy and Physiology 1 - Carlow University CHS Anatomy and Physiology 2 - Carlow University CHS Chemistry - University of Pittsburgh CHS Accounting - La Roche College CHS Pottery - Carlow UniversityCHS French - University of PittsburghCHS German - University of PittsburghCHS Spanish - University of PittsburghCHS Latin - University of PittsburghCHS Media and Communication - Point Park UniversityCHS Microsoft Applications - La Roche CollegeCHS Psychology - Seton Hill UniversityCHS Nutrition - Seton Hill UniversityCHS Welding - Community College of Allegheny County
North Hills High School offers the following university consortium courses:
In addition, students are able to earn college level credits at Community College of Allegheny County by choosing from more than 50 online college level courses.