In partnership with the Middlesex Dual Enrollment Academy, a division of Middlesex Community College, we are proud to offer qualified high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while satisfying their high school graduation requirements. This exciting program will give students an opportunity to get a head start on completing general education courses required by most colleges and universities at a fraction of the cost.
In the spring we will offer a college level Introduction to Engineering course (offered in the evening), along with English Composition 101 (AP Language & Composition) which is offered during the school day. Both courses will be taught by MCC instructors and offered in our own classrooms here at GDRHS.
Credits earned in both classes are transferable college credits, acceptable at most colleges and universities. Notably, after successfully completing a course with a 2.0 or better students are guaranteed a transfer of credits at a Massachusetts state university or University of Massachusetts campus as part of the MassTransfer program. Follow this link for additional information: MassTransfer benefits.
- All courses come complete with access to Blackboard, a digital learning interface used by colleges and universities worldwide
- Guaranteed a transfer of credit at a Massachusetts State University or University of Massachusetts campus.
- Students can participate in all MCC activities and events.
- Students can use all MCC facilities including the gymnasiums and libraries at both the Bedford and the Lowell campuses.
Tuition is $261 per course ($87 per credit). There may be additional charges for textbooks and other course materials.
For additional information please click here.
Congratulations to the girls cross country team for placing 4th in the Central Massachusetts Division 1 Cross Country Championship Meet. The team finished in the top 10 overall for the season. Emily Willson, Meagan Odell and Allie Demers are Central Massachusetts All-Stars and will compete at the State Meet on Saturday. Nick Odell will represent the boys in the central Massachusetts state finals. The boys team finished in the top 10 in central Massachusetts.
The amazing run of the Boys Soccer season continues. A great team effort propelled the team to a victory in the Division 1 Boys soccer state semifinal. Dean Tornaritis scored the willing goal and Drew Stone scored the game clincher. The boys play Lincoln-Sudbury for the D1 State Championship at MANNING FIELD (Lynn, MA) on Satruday, November 21, 2015. Game is scheduled for 7pm. Good luck boys.