1818 ADVANCED COLLEGE CREDIT
Althoff Catholic High School has been a proud partner school in the Saint Louis University 1818 Advanced College Credit Program (ACC) for more than 35 years. The 1818 ACC Program is designed for those exceptional high school juniors and seniors who have the ability, motivation, and maturity to begin their college educations before high school graduation.
Our course offerings vary from semester to the next, but below is a list of courses that we have offered in the past.
1818 COURSES (45 CREDIT HOURS AVAILABLE):
- Honors Process of Composition
- Honors Conflict, Social Justice & Literature
- Honors Film, Culture & Literature
- Honors Faith, Doubt, and Literature
- Honors Technology, Media, & Literature
- Honors Nation, Identity, & Literature
- Honors Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric & Research
- Honors Advanced Biology
- Honors Advanced Chemistry
- Honors Advanced Theology
- Honors Advanced New Testament
- Honors Statistics
- Honors Calculus
- Honors College Algebra
COLLEGES ACCEPTING 1818 CREDITS
The results represent the responses that the 1818 ACC Program Office has collected from former 1818 ACC students regarding the transferability of 1818 ACC credit hours to other colleges or universities since the 2004-2005 academic year.
NOTE: The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program assumes no responsibility for validating the accuracy of the responses. The list merely reports responses received from students surveyed each academic year.
Students should note that of the institutions reported as accepting 1818 ACC course work, some accepted the courses as electives only. Some required copies of the course syllabus prior to approval of the course for credit.
It should be noted that if an institution is not listed on this report, it does not mean the institution does not accept SLU credit, rather we have not had alumni either attend or report back the success of their transfer. Students are urged to contact the institution of interest to inquire directly regarding institutional policy for accepting transfer credit from dual credit or concurrent enrollment courses such as 1818 Advanced College Credit.