High School Students

Everyone’s educational goals are unique. Northeast Iowa Community College accommodates these needs by offering several programs to complete or enhance your high school education.

Whether you are looking to save money by starting your college career early or searching for a way to efficiently complete your high school curriculum, NICC can guide you to success.

Save 20% on Summer 2019 Tuition

Current high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors can earn college credit with summer courses at NICC while saving 20% on tuition and student fees will be waived.

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The discounted summer tuition rate for current high school students is $136 in-state per credit hour and $152 out-of-state per credit hour. Students will still be responsible for any section/lab/technology fees associated with their summer enrollment. Classes are offered in online and face-to-face formats, or our online z-courses are eight weeks and have zero textbook costs. View classes available in the course schedule or learn more about the summer term.

For more information, contact:

Jennifer Wood
Enrollment Advisor
Phone: 800.728.7367, ext. 318
Text: 563:845.2831
Email: woodje@nicc.edu

Earn College Credit in High School

High School Partnerships allow current high school students to earn college credit in a variety of ways.

High School Partnerships

Prepare for the Workforce

Career Learning Link will help you determine what career path is right for you through job shadows, internships and more.

Career Learning Link

Continue Your Education

If you have earned college credit in high school, credits may satisfy requirements towards completion of a degree, diploma or certificate program.

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Alternative High School

Alternative High School provides students the opportunity to earn their diploma through flexible, individualized instruction.

Alternative High School

High School Equivalency Diploma

Earn your high school equivalency diploma (HSED, formerly known as GED) if you never completed your high school education.