High School Programs
Students from local high schools can experience college level research, or get an early start on their college education through various programs that Keystone College offers. They can earn College credit in our Dual Enrollment program or spend the summer researching with one of our faculty members in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience.
Keystone College offers local high school students the opportunity to gain a head start on their college careers through Dual Enrollment courses offered within the hours and confines of their high schools.
KC Dollars Scholarship Program
Annual academic awards given to high school students for earning good grades allows them the opportunity to earn scholarship certificates to offset the cost of attending Keystone College.
Summer Course Discount
Keystone College is making a college education even more affordable this summer with a 50% discount on summer classes for high school students who graduate in 2013 or for those entering their senior year of high school in the fall 2013. All you need is a high school transcript. Contact the Office of the Registrar at 570-945-8224 to register for classes.
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)
The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program is an experiential program where high school students can actively participate in current scientific research that is mentored by college faculty members and their research assistants.
Undergraduate College Access Network
U-CAN reaches out to potential first-generation students in our surrounding area to offer a series of presentations, workshops, and experiential opportunities designed to increase interest in a post-secondary education.