College Credit

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Want to earn college credit while taking high school courses? Quincy High School has articulation agreements with Boston-area colleges which allow you to jump-start earning college credits. What is an articulation agreement? An articulation agreement is an agreement between a high school and a college stating that course work completed in high school is equal to college credit. You can earn credit for Automotive Technology, Business Technology, Culinary Arts and many more! Students receiving a grade of 80% or better in the Quincy High School program will receive credit for the articulated college course(s). Please review this page with listings of the many articulation agreements Quincy High School has established with area colleges.

Current Participating Colleges:

  • Baran Institute of Technology

  • Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

  • Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts

  • Bunker Hill Community College

  • Connecticut Culinary Institute

  • ITT Technical Institute

  • Mass Bay Community College

  • Massasoit Community College

  • Mount Ida College

  • New England Institute of Art

  • New England Institute of Technology

  • Newbury College

  • Quincy College

  • Rochester Institute of Technology

  • Universal Technical Institute

Students must be enrolled in one of the following high school career majors:

  • Automotive Technology

  • Broadcasting Technology

  • Business Technology

  • Carpentry Technology

  • Culinary Arts

  • Early Education and Care

  • Electrical Technology

  • Engineering Technology

  • Fashion Technology

  • Graphic Arts/Visual Design

  • Health Care Technology

  • Information Technology

  • Metal Fabrication/Welding