As a Project Lead the Way school, Shoreland is able to guarantee students college credit to the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) if the student meets academic criteria according to course outcome expectations. Shoreland is not able to deem which degree pathway at MSOE credited courses are transcribed to. You may contact the MSOE admissions office with specific questions about degree pathways or Mr. Tim Mielke at email@example.com with general questions about this agreement.
Wisconsin Lutheran College has partnered with Shoreland Lutheran High School in guaranteeing college credit for Shoreland’s PLTW STEM Academy courses. Students will need to take the traditional route of obtaining credit through MSOE before requesting the transfer of credit to Wisconsin Lutheran College. This means the same requirements to obtain credit are in place for both institutions. We value the opportunity to promote a quality Christ-centered higher education institution like Wisconsin Lutheran College with an award winning Science department.
Carthage College and Shoreland Lutheran High School have a standing agreement for students with interest and ability in the area of Aerospace Engineering. Carthage College is a member of the NASA Space Grant Consortium for Wisconsin, facilitating project-based research for NASA. If interested and able, Shoreland students have the opportunity to stand alongside such research on Carthage’s campus after an interview with the director of the program. For more information, please contact Mr. Tim Mielke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carthage College has partnered with Shoreland Lutheran High School in guaranteeing college credit for Shoreland’s PLTW STEM Academy courses. Students will need to take the traditional route of obtaining credit through MSOE before requesting the transfer of credit to Carthage College. This means the same requirements to obtain credit are in place for both institutions. Students will be expected to complete the credit transfer process, though our Guidance Department will gladly help in their efforts.
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