College Level

  • (noun): The level of education that college students are assumed to have attained.

Some articles on college level, college, level, colleges:

Lee High School (Houston, Texas) - Academic Environment - AP/Magnet Program
... placement curriculum, where high performing students take college level classes while in high school and earn college level credits ... "The efforts at Lee High School to encourage more students to take college-level courses are to be commended ... We must raise the level of achievement for all students, and it is for this reason that we will be initiating the Apollo 20 project at Lee in the next school year ...
Chris Loftus - Playing Career - College Level
... Loftus played four years of college soccer for Duke, scoring 24 goals in 80 appearances, and in the USL Premier Development League for Raleigh Elite ...
College Level Examination Program
... The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a group of standardized tests that assess college-level knowledge in several subject areas ... Many colleges grant credit to students who meet their minimum qualifying score ...
Hinds Community College - History
... The college began as a small agricultural high school in 1917 with 117 students and eight faculty members ... In its transformation into a junior college, it began offering college level academic courses in 1922 and was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1926 ... education curriculum was added to the college's offerings, and in the late 1960s, technical degree programs were added ...

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