Northwest University offers concurrent college credit in the following courses. As an accredited university, Northwest University college credit is often transferrable to your college of choice and may be a good and economical way to jump start your college career.
In the fall, this list of courses is reviewed and updated. Applications must be submitted by the deadline; Northwest University does not accept late applications. Students must be enrolled in the appropriate Bear Creek course(s) during this school year in order to receive credit.
Application Deadline: Print and complete the application, then scan and email it to Mrs. Hansen (email@example.com) by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Fees ($50 per credit) will be invoiced to your Bear Creek account.
|2021 – 2022|
|AP English Language and Composition (Norris)||ENGL 2203 (Survey of American Literature)||3 credits|
|Honors Enlightenment and American Literature (Norris)||ENGL 2203 (Survey of American Literature)||3 credits|
|AP English Literature and Composition (Summers)||ENGL 1013 (Composition I: Expository Writing)||3 credits|
|Philosophical Theology (Urban)||THEO 1843 (Christianity in a Modern World)||3 credits|
|Christianity and Contemporary Culture (Davison, Dunn, Higley, Schuldt, Burns)||THEO 2413 (Developing a Biblical Worldview)||3 credits|
|AP Biology (Blakeley)||SCIE 1103/1 (Principles of Biology w/ lab)||4 credits|
|AP Chemistry (Bell)*||SCIE 1203/1 (Survey of Chemistry I w/ lab)||4 credits|
|AP U.S. History (Wilson)||HIST 2503 and 2513 (U.S. History I and II)||6 credits|
|AP European History (Sorensen)||HIST 1513 (Western Civilization II)||3 credits|
|Graphic Design 1 and 2 (Plourde)||ARTE 1853 (Introduction to Graphic Arts)||3 credits|
|Film and Animation (Plourde)||AVPE 1843 (Film & Animation)||3 credits|
Questions regarding this program may be directed to Amber Hansen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
* If students matriculate to NU on the nursing track, they would receive the 4 credits; however, they also will be required to take an additional chemistry class at NU in which they must earn a grade of B- or better.
UW in the High School
Two Bear Creek courses are offered for concurrent credit through University of Washington. Learn about how students can earn college credit in our Upper School classrooms.
Registration: Students register for concurrent credit directly through UW in the High School. The Bear Creek School does not mediate registration in any way. Students/families must pay registration fees by the October 26, 2021, deadline.
After registering, students will receive a UW NetID, Husky Card, access to UW libraries, etc.
|2021 – 2022|
|Latin IV (Blinkinsop)||LATIN 103 (Elementary Latin)||5 credits|
|Latin V (Blinkinsop)||LATIN 305 (Introduction to Latin Literature)||5 credits|