If you’re a high school student interested in taking a course, or if you wish to jump-start your degree, Blue Ridge Community and Technical College has a variety of courses designed for secondary school students. Explore the links below to learn more about the programs offered. Please complete the contact form below or contact the Admissions Office at 304-260-4380, ext. 2113 to find the right program for you.
High School-Non Degree Program
If you wish to take a college course and experience the excitement of a college classroom, Blue Ridge CTC welcomes your enthusiasm. High School Tuition rate is currently $25 per credit hour! Get a jump start on your college transcript with this affordable option! The next steps are easy.
Schedule an Appointment
Apply for Admission
For the time being, we are working remotely. Please help us to process your requests as quickly as possible by completing the online application.
If you have at least a 2.0 GPA, complete an application:
If you are taking an English, math or chemistry class, submit SAT or ACT scores or take required placement exam for admission. If you have not taken either exam, please schedule a Placement Test appointment on campus, as it is required for entry into college-level English and mathematics courses. Schedule a testing appointment.
Obtain current high school transcript.
Submit non-degree application, H.S. transcript, and test scores, if necessary, together to Admissions. NOTE: Home School students must retrieve a letter from the County School Board Office verifying their enrollment.
High School Admissions
13650 Apple Harvest Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25403
Pay the required tuition fee upon registration.
High School applicants need to complete the Non-Degree application only once per academic year. Students may register for courses within their BRIDGE account for continued registration.
College in High School Programming – Berkeley County Schools
Blue Ridge Community and Technical College and Berkeley County Schools have created several options for High School students to begin the college experience while in High School. With discounted college tuition, along with ease of scheduling, High School students have several options to get the “JumpStart.”
* Note: Jumpstart programming varies based on school district and number of seats available.
College in High School Programming – Jefferson County Schools
Blue Ridge Community and Technical College and Jefferson County Schools have created a partnership to allow High School students to enroll in College courses while still enrolled in High School. Jefferson County Students may choose from the General Studies JumpStart program or the Jefferson County Scholars Program.
The General Studies JumpStart Program is a new dual enrollment option for high school Seniors to begin the college experience while in high school. Students complete 26 credit hours in general studies courses including English, Math, Science and History. To register for JumpStart, visit your School Counselor.
The Jefferson County Scholars Program offers many dual credit enrollment options, allowing students to get a jumpstart on their College education.
For more information about programming, review the Jefferson County Scholars Flyer or speak to your school counselor. Review the Full Dual Enrollment Options Flyer for more information.
College in High School Programming – Morgan County Schools
Blue Ridge Community and Technical College and Morgan County Schools have created a partnership to allow High School students to enroll in College courses while still enrolled in High School. The Morgan County Scholars Program offers dual credit enrollment options, allowing students to get a jump start on their College education.
Considering Online Learning?
Are you considering enrolling in online courses, but intimidated by online learning? Blue Ridge CTC is excited to offer a new course designed to help students ease into a virtual classroom environment. Complete the FREE one-credit course, and learn more about learning online prior to enrolling.
Completers of this course become familiar with the following topics and develop a plan to begin online learning at Blue Ridge CTC:
- Technical requirements for online learning including skills, computer equipment, and other helpful technologies
- Common features of an online classroom
- Expectations for academic skills in an online environment
- Effective study strategies for online learning
- Finding the time and the location to commit to online learning
- Resources available for students taking online courses
- What to expect in the admissions process
- Options for paying for college
Ready to get started? No registration is necessary. This course is open access and does not contain time limits.
Questions or Ready to Enroll? Contact:
304.260.4380 ext 2000