Great Bend High School

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Great Bend High School
2027 Morton
Great Bend, Kan.

Spring 2019 Schedule - contact your high school counselor for more information.

COURSE DETAILS DAYS/TIMES CREDIT/COST
     
     

*Prerequisite Required

(Senate Bill Courses in BOLD - Program Fees and textbook may apply)

Excel in CTE Initiative (SB155)
The Kansas Senate passed Excel in CTE Initiative (SB155) in May 2012.  This bill authorizes the state of Kansas to pay tuition charges for any tiered Career Technical Courses.  Therefore, courses designated as Excel in CTE Initiative (SB155) will be available to high school students at no cost except textbook and program fees as applicable.

Enrollment/Cost

$105 per credit hour for Barton County Residents
$112 per credit hour for Partnered Online
$112 per credit hour for all other Kansas Residents
$150 per credit hour for regular BARTonline

Paperwork may be completed in advance of enrollment and brought to any on-site enrollment. 

Students are responsible for their own textbooks for Medical Terminology, Criminal Investigation, Certified Nurse Aid, and any online class that they may take.  GBHS provides textbooks for general education college credit classes.

Business Office Policy: Students will be enrolled regardless of payment or non-payment and will not be dropped.  The amount owed is the student's responsibility and the balance will remain on the student's account as a "hold" until payment is remitted.

Students with balances owed on previous semesters will not be permitted to enroll - No Exceptions.

Assessment

Contact the Assessment Center at (620) 792-9344 or email Lisa Peterson at petersonl@bartonccc.edu to schedule an appointment for the Accuplacer.

Updated placement policy concerning dual and concurrent classes at the following high schools:  Beginning with the Fall Semester 2015, the ASSET Reading test will no longer be required of ALL College Advantage students.  Only students taking English Comp I and II  classes will need to qualify for the class by taking the ASSET Reading test (in conjunction with the writing test).  Students taking CNA classes will need to take the reading test in order to qualify for the class.  This change is effective beginning with Fall Semester 2015, and credit will not be awarded retroactively to students who were not able to take classes based on prior requirements. There are no other prerequisite changes at this time.