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Courses from Allen County CC, Cowley College, and WATC

High school students can get a head start on a college degree or a career with tuition-free or reduced-cost classes from community colleges.  High school students can take transferable general education courses and career and technical education classes during high school – earning both high school and college credit.


To learn more about concurrent enrollment (general education classes) options for high school students via Allen County Community College, visit the Allen County Community College website.  See your South Haven administrator for a list of CTE classes (at no cost) available online from ACCC.


To learn more about the general education and CTE options for high school students via Cowley Community College, visit the Cowley College website.  Cowley offers high school students on campus, online and combination of online/on campus classes.  Cow


To learn more about the options for high school students via Wichita Area Technical College, visit the WATC website.


Course Offerings

Career and Technical Education at South Haven offers six career pathways.  These pathways include courses that will teach students the skills, vocabulary and workplace ethics to be successful in today’s workplace.  Many of the courses provide college credit, industry certifications, and scholarship opportunities. The South Haven High School course catalog has information about all courses offered. You may also read about the courses by using the directory at the left of this page.


When planning your Individual Plan of Study it would be helpful to look at the articulation agreements that South Haven High School has with Kansas colleges. These agreements allow students to transfer high school courses to identified colleges and receive college credit for the course. The Articulation Agreements show which classes would meet the college requirements.Even if South Haven doesn’t articulate with the college you want to attend, it is always worth approaching the college advisors to see if they will allow you to transfer your high school CTE courses for credit.

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Kansas Virtual Technical College Website

Students from South Haven may see a list of online technical college classes they may enroll in through the Kansas Virtual Technical College website, Here you will find information about courses you may take in your pathway, and colleges and technical schools that offer these courses. You may also enroll through this site.