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High School Students

Dual Enrollment

Depending on your high school, you may be eligible to transfer coursework into Johnson College through our dual enrollment program. Please see our manual for information.

Participating Schools:

  • North Pocono
  • Western Wayne
  • Tunkhannock
  • Honesdale
  • Delaware Valley

Cost Information:

  • Dual Enrollment: High School – $100
  • Dual Enrollment: Johnson College – $150


The Mission of SOAR (Students Occupationally and Academically Ready) is to prepare students for college and careers in a diverse, high-performing workforce.

SOAR Benefits:

  • Save Money on College Tuition
  • Save Time by Applying Completed Courses
  • Get on the Pathway to a Career
  • Learn In-Demand Skills

How to Qualify for SOAR

  • Graduate from an approved secondary technical school program of study
  • Maintain a 2.5 GPA in your technical courses
  • Achieve competent or advanced on your end of program test – NOCTI
  • Complete competency list at the proficiency level or above
  • Earn industry certificates when available
  • Successfully apply to a program at Johnson College that offers SOAR credit
  • Attend college within three years of high school graduation

POS Secondary CIP Code

Johnson College Degree or Certificate Program




Automotive Technology




Carpentry & Cabinetmaking Technology


Computer Network


Computer Information Technology




Architectural Drafting & Design Technology


Electric Engineering


Electric Engineering Technology


Health Sciences


Radiologic Technology or Physical Therapist Assistant




Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Technology




Business Management: Logistics & Supply Chain


Heavy Vehicle/Truck


Diesel Truck Technology


Veterinary/Animal Health Technology/Technician and
Veterinary Assistant


Veterinary Technology




Welding Technology


View State Information Here

Industry Fast Track

The Industry Fast Track is a joint partnership with area school districts and Johnson College. The Industry Fast Track offers high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to simultaneously enroll in secondary and post-secondary coursework on Johnson College campus. The course meets state requirements for high school graduation while providing introduction level college courses. Students will remain enrolled full-time at their high school while attending classes at Johnson College. The Industry Fast Track Advisor will supervise the students and monitor academic progress. Students who are enrolled in the program may still participate in high school extracurricular activities. Student schedules are pre-determined based on program of study. Industry Fast Track will make every effort to schedule courses between 12:30pm and 2:30 pm. Monday thru Friday.

Admission Requirements
High School students must submit an application to admissions prior to completing an Industry Fast Track Application. Students will complete the Industry Fast Track application and submit it to the high school counselor along with required documents.
Required documents: application, counselor recommendation, and high school transcript.
Application Deadline: Summer prior to Junior or Senior Year of High School
General Qualifications for Industry Fast Track:

  • Incoming junior or senior
  • High School GPA of 2.5

Cost of Program:
Students are responsible for dual enrollment tuition. Tuition information may be found here. Books and materials will be provided for the students, but must be returned at the end of each semester. Consumable workbooks, lab manuals, access codes, materials, and supplies will be the student’s responsibility.

  • Classes are offered between 12:30-4:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $200/credit

For more information, please contact:
Kellyn Williams, Ph.D. (c)


To request further information on your program(s) of interest please click the button above to continue to our information request form.

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