Can students drop a CVTC academy course?
Students may choose to withdraw from an academy course based upon the drop policy of CVTC. Students must complete a drop form to drop academy courses.
Do credits in the CVTC academy courses transfer to other colleges?
CVTC associate degree credits are widely accepted by many public and private four-year colleges and universities either on a course-by-course basis or program-to- program transfer. Transcripts are analyzed on an individual basis by the receiving institution to determine which credits will transfer. Students should consult with the admissions office at the educational institution to which they plan to transfer for more details. UW System transfer information can be found at https://www.wisconsin.edu/transfer/wizards/. Universal credit transfer agreement information can be found at https://www.wisconsin.edu/transfer/universal-transfer/
Why do school districts offer HSA?
School districts offer high school academies for a number of reasons. School districts may be offered additional funding from Department of Workforce Development (DWD) incentive grants for students who graduate with industry credentials. Districts are also required to provide students the option to take 18 college credits not offered through their current curriculum. School districts are required to provide individual academic and career planning for all students and HSA help districts meet this requirement.
How do students access their grades?
Student may access grades for CVTC courses during the course via the learning management system (LMS), Canvas. After a course is completed, students may view grades via the student information system (SIS) in MyCVTC.
Do grades earned in academy courses follow students?
Grades earned in academy course will affect a student’s college GPA. Final course grades display both on the student’s high school transcript and CVTC transcript.
How do students view CVTC academy course offerings?
Students may view a list of academies of an entire school year including summer at the following website: www.cvtc.edu/hsacademies
To learn more about dual-credit offering including transcripted credit and Start College Now, visit: www.cvtc.edu/collegecreditnow
Who are the points of contact for the CVTC academies?
Generally, parents should contact a school counselor with any questions about district policies related to classes and responsibilities for costs.