The College in High School (CHS) office offers two outstanding programs that enable high school students to build skills and get a head start on college.
College in High School
Through College in High School (CHS), area high school students earn both high school credit and University of Pittsburgh credit for classes taught in their own high schools. Read More >
Accelerated High School
Accelerated High School (AHS) provides qualified high school juniors and seniors who are at least 16 years of age the opportunity to take University of Pittsburgh courses on Pitt’s campus in Oakland while continuing their high school education. Read More >
More than 100 high schools participate in the College in High School program. Check the list to see if your school is among them.
"While students travel many paths on their road to higher education and a generative life, the common theme for our most motivated, talented, and driven students is participation in the University of Pittsburgh’s College in High School Program." - Dr. Mark D. Hogue, Greenville High School Principal
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) became available on October 1, 2016 for the 2017-18 academic year. This is the most important form to complete in order to qualify for almost all types of financial aid. Visit the Federal Student Aid Web site to access the online application and find many helpful tips.